What happens if you rank Fortune’s Most Admired Companies solely by HR functions? Here’s what the list looks like BY HRM 07 May 2014 Share If you’re wondering which companies offer you the best future in HR, try looking to this list. Hay Group took the Fortune rankings for Most Admired Companies, and whittled them down so that they were only ranked by HR-related attributes. These factors include people management, innovation, product/service quality and management quality. While some of these may be more hype than substance, it’s still interesting to note that many of them are located on the west coast. Better get familiar with California law if you want a chance with many of these: Apple, California Qualcomm, California Exxon Mobil, Texas Royal Dutch Shell, The Netherlands Amazon.com, Washington Google, California Whole Foods Market, Texas Nordstrom, Washington Marriott, Maryland Starbucks, Washington Walt Disney, California Nestle, Switzerland Nike, Oregon Caterpillar, Illinois JP Morgan Chase, New York Deere, Illinois VF, North Carolina American Express, New York Boeing, Chicago Colgate-Palmolive, New York You've reached your limit - Register for free now for unlimited access To read the full story, just register for free now - GET STARTED HERE Already subscribed? Log in below LOGIN Remember me Forgot password?