In this article, we consider the best employer 2020 rankings. Yesterday, we reviewed the practices of the largest employers during COVID-19.🙂
In this way, you better identify where you would like to work. If given the opportunity.
Please note: The data for the well-respected rankings cited below were collected BEFORE the onset of COVID-19. Using the recent past as a guide, we hope the ranked companies continue their employment practices.
Great Sources of Best Employer 2020 Rankings
For each source, click the image to see its rankings. [Universum has not yet released most of its 2020 rankings.]
Before America had to re-conceive the whole notion of workplace, more than 3,000 companies applied to be named one of Inc.’s Best Workplaces. And we surveyed their employees, a record 370,000 of them, to better understand how they feel about their company. Not surprisingly, employees at these firms are engaged by their work, wherever it is. The average engagement score was 73.5 percent. But among the honorees, the typical score is above 90 percent. These are people who truly find meaning at work. And great benefits. Among the honorees, 100 percent provide health insurance. And 62 percent of them take employees to offsite retreats. It may be a while before those retreats resume, but even in these trying times, the best operators will find a way to attract and reward great workers.
To determine the 2020 Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services list, Great Place to Work® analyzed confidential survey feedback representing more than 357,000 employees working in the consulting or professional services industries in the United States. Employees responded to over 60 survey questions describing the extent to which their organization creates a Great Place to Work For All™. This ranking was finalized prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and does not reflect companies’ roles or responses to their people or communities in addressing the impact of the coronavirus.
Over the 23 years we’ve been publishing this list with our partners at Great Place to Work, we’ve found three things to be true. Inclusion has become the gold standard for employee-centric companies. The bar rises every year. And no, workplace happiness is not a myth. Read on to see what defines a Best Company — and how yours could become one.
The Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards feature ten distinct categories. Honoring the Best Places to Work across the U.S., Canada, UK, France, Germany. And new this year — Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Singapore. In the U.S., Glassdoor revealed the 100 Best Places to Work (honoring employers with 1,000 or more employees) and 50 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For (honoring employers with fewer than 1,000 employees). We rank winners based on their overall rating achieved during the past year. (Ratings based on a 5-point scale: 1.0 = very dissatisfied, 3.0 = OK, 5.0 = very satisfied; Actual calculations extend beyond the thousandth decimal place).
At DiversityJobs.com, we believe true happiness comes from aligning what we do at work with who we are as people. And nothing reinforces our sense of purpose more than aligning candidates with the best opportunities available from diversity-minded employers. If you want a new career opportunity with an employer who values diversity and inclusion in the workplace, look no further than our TOP DIVERSITY EMPLOYERS for 2020.
We list of veteran friendly employers looking to hire veterans after the military. These opportunities apply tor veterans, military spouses, and military community. For your convenience all links go directly to the veteran friendly job sections of the employers listed.
Finding the best company to work for can be challenging and crucial for success. With the Women’s Choice Award, you simplify this decision! We review companies to find that “perfect” culture well matched for your personality and lifestyle. We categorize our picks for Best Companies into 3 main groups: Best Companies for Women. Best Companies for Diversity. And Best Companies for Millennials. We compiled data from a variety of publicly available sources. Then, Each measure is weighted accordingly for each category. Only companies with the highest scores earned the Women’s Choice Award.