These companies have the best workplace cultures, according to employees

50 companies made the inaugural list

These companies have the best workplace cultures, according to employees

Despite global downturn in 2020, the world’s top organisations are continuing to invest in their people. Today, they’re reaping the benefits of a positive workplace culture. The results prove the importance of having the right employee programmes in place, according to a survey by workplace data specialist

The firm released an inaugural list of 50 companies with highly rated global cultures. The rankings, which were based on employee feedback, aim to give job candidates “the most comprehensive and accurate representation of what it’s like to work at companies” with an international footprint.

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“Nearly 20 different workplace culture categories were measured, from compensation, leadership, and work-life balance to professional development opportunities, and perks and benefits,” analysts said. “All ratings were given during the COVID-19 pandemic (March 2020 through March 2021), making this list especially relevant for job seekers looking for a great place to work with international locations.”

The list includes organisations that have consistently ranked high in past indexes for a range of achievements. Zoom, maker of the popular video conferencing app, for example, landed at No. 12, after CEO Eric Yuan topped Comparably’s Best CEOs list for two years in a row.

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Meanwhile, HubSpot (No. 5) is also recognised as the No. 1 company for women. It comes as no surprise then that Google – which is known for offering the best-paying jobs – beat other contenders on this year’s list of firms with the best global work cultures.

“Despite a challenging year due to the pandemic, these businesses are applauded by their teams for remaining flexible and innovative while fostering outstanding company culture,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar.

Did your organisation make the cut? Here are 50 companies with the best global culture, according to their own teams:

1) Google Mountain View, CA

2) Adobe San Jose, CA

3) Samsung Seoul, South Korea

4) Microsoft Redmond, WA

5) HubSpot Cambridge, MA

6) Chegg Santa Clara, CA

7) Facebook Menlo Park, CA

8) Elsevier Amsterdam, Netherlands

9) Boston Consulting Group Boston, MA

10) Concentrix Fremont, CA

11) Sage Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

12) Zoom Video Communications San Jose, CA

13) Amazon Seattle, WA

14) Apple Cupertino, CA

15) Trimble Sunnyvale, CA

16) TaskUs Santa Monica, CA

17) IBM Armonk, NY

18) Medallia San Francisco, CA

19) LexisNexis Legal & Professional New York, NY

20) Dynatrace Waltham, MA

21) RingCentral Belmont, CA

22) Meltwater San Francisco, CA

23) DXC Technology Tysons, VA

24) Adidas Herzogenaurach, Germany

25) PepsiCo Purchase, NY

26) SentinelOne Mountain View, CA

27) GE Power Schenectady, NY

28) Guidewire Software San Mateo, CA

29) Conduent Florham Park, NJ

30) Gympass New York, NY

31) SAP Walldorf, Germany

32) Dell Technologies Round Rock, TX

33) Everbridge Burlington, MA

34) Cornerstone OnDemand Santa Monica, CA

35) Siemens Munich, Germany

36) Nu Skin Enterprises Provo, UT

37) Vistaprint Waltham, MA

38) ADP Roseland, NJ

39) Thomson Reuters Toronto, Canada

40) Uber San Francisco, CA

41) Sitecore San Francisco, CA

42) Fanatics Jacksonville, FL

43) T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

44) Calix San Jose, CA

45) HP Palo Alto, CA

46) IPC Systems Jersey City, NJ

47) Philips Amsterdam, Netherlands

48) Pipedrive New York, NY

49) Phenom Ambler, PA

50) Cisco San Jose, CA

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