As we have written about the Glassdoor best employer rankings, Fortune’s annual employer rankings bring something different to the table. Hence, today’s post: Fortune Cites 2018 Best 100 Employers . Below, we’ll show why Fortune’s employer rankings are so helpful. So, where do YOU want to work?
But before reading below, take a look at these posts:
- Firms on Glassdoor’s Best Employers Survey Each Year
- Best and Worst Workplaces for Women Executives
- The Best Firms If You Want to Work in Tech
Fortune Cites 2018 Best 100 Employers
For more than two decades, Fortune has done an annual ranking of U.S. employers. As it notes for its latest ranking:
“100 Best Companies to Work For — Come for the generous sabbaticals, all-expenses-paid trips, or eye-popping bonuses, but stay for the parental leave, visionary management, and sense of purpose. Fortune’s 21st annual list of the country’s greatest places to work truly has something for everyone. And, they’re hiring. More than 315,000 employees provided feedback to determine the winners of the 2018 list.”
What makes Fortune’s rankings distinctive? In compiling its listing, Fortune looks at all of these factors: onsite childcare, onsite fitness/subsidized gym, onsite medical, job sharing,telecommuting, paid sabbaticals, student loan debt repayment, 100% health coverage, compressed work weeks, unlimited sick days, medical facility at all locations, tuition reimbursement, and non-discrimination policy (including sexual orientation).
- Wegmans Food Markets
- Ultimate Software
- Boston Consulting Group
- Edward Jones
- Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
To view the entire list of 100, click on the image, At the site, learn all of the ways that you may filter the ranking data.