Tag Archives: Universum

Glassdoor’s 2018 Best U.S. Employers

14 Dec

Looking for a new job or career? Glassdoor provides a lot of good information. And that includes Glassdoor’s 2018 best U.S. employers listings. Also, Glassdoor separates the listings by company size. In that way, small and medium firms get recognized. What makes Glassdoor unique? As the firm reports:

“Glassdoor is one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites. Glassdoor holds a growing database of millions of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more. Unlike other jobs sites, all of this information is entirely shared by those who know a company best — the employees.”

And the Glassdoor employer rankings are a nice complement to other review services. And those include rankings by Universum: 2017 Most Attractive U.S. Employers and 2017 Most Attractive Global Employers.

 

Glassdoor’s 2018 Best U.S. Employers: Large Firms

Recently, Glassdoor produced its 2018 rankings of the best U.S. employers. As noted in the previous section, the ranking is based on employee feedback. The rankings are divided into two categories: large firms and small/medium firms. For large firms, 100 companies are ranked.

Glassdoor's 2018 best U.S. employers

Now, take a look at the top ten large firms. And click the links for company information:

  1. Facebook.
  2. Bain & Company.
  3. Boston Consulting Group.
  4. In-N-Out Burger.
  5. Google.
  6. lululemon.
  7. HubSpot.
  8. World Wide Technology.
  9. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
  10. Ultimate Software.

So, here’s a video about Facebook employees.

 

 

Glassdoor’s 2018 Best U.S. Employers: Small & Medium Firms

In Glassdoor’s 2018 ranking of best small and medium U.S. firms, 50 companies are ranked. The top ten include [And remember to click the link to learn about the companies.]

  1. Silverline.
  2. New Home Star.
  3. Next Century.
  4. Acceleration Partners,
  5. Zoom Video Communications.
  6. OppLoans.
  7. Glint.
  8. Life.Church.
  9. CB Insights.
  10. CarShield.

Because of firm size, you may not them. Thus, how many names do you recognize?

Next, click the image of employees on the beach to see a photo montage of Silverline employees.

Glassdoor's 2018 Best U.S. Employers Silverline

 

2017 Most Attractive U.S. Employers

12 Oct

Yesterday’s post covered the 2017 most attractive global employers for business students. Today, we cover the 2017 most attractive U.S. employers.

Click below to access information on the prior two surveys:

 

Background

In sum, these are Universum’s survey goals:

“Today’s businesses operate in a highly competitive employment landscape. You you can gain a valuable insight into how firms are perceived by tomorrow’s workforce with the results of our 2017 Talent Survey in the U.S. In addition, we highlight career aspirations and desirable industries identified by the respondents. “

 

2017 Most Attractive Employers for U.S. Business Students

For the 2017 Most Attractive Global Employers U.S. report, Universum surveyed 27,000 business students in the United States.

These 25 employers rank highest by U.S. college business students.

2017 Most Attractive U.S. Employers. Top 25 ranked by U.S. business students.
 
Click below to access the full 2017 U.S. employer report. Note: A free login is required.

2017 Most Attractive U.S. Employers. Click to download the full U.S. report.

 

2017 Most Attractive Global Employers

11 Oct

Each year, Universum surveys students to learn which employers they like best. This post covers the 2017 most attractive global employers for business students. Tomorrow’s post focuses on the 2017 most attractive U.S. employers.

Click below to access information on the prior two surveys:

 

Background

In sum, these are Universum’s survey goals:

“Universum conducts the largest career survey of its kind. We target 1.6 million students and professionals around the world. We know what students expect from their future career. In order to achieve this, we cooperate with 2,200 of the world’s best academic institutions. This gives us insights on career seeker preferences and expectations.”

“What do the rankings reveal? Basically, students select firms they would consider working for. They then select their five ideal employers. Company ranking depends on how many students choose you as an ideal employer. The most attractive employers rate as top-of-mind. And they excel in talent attraction. In short, it’s a popularity contest.”

 

2017 Most Attractive Employers for Global Business Students

For the 2017 Most Attractive Global Employers report, Universum surveyed thousands of business students in the 12 largest economies: Brazil,Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Korea, U.K., and U.S. We asked students about the company traits they find most attractive in a potential employer:

“When it comes to the business ranking, of the 76 ranked companies, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) is the most represented industry. Banks and automotive follow. Representation from all industries remain stable since 2016.”

 

These 15 employers rank highest by college business students.

2017 Most Attractive Global Employers for Business Students. The top 15 employers according to college students.

 

Click below to access the full 2017 global employer report. Note: A free login is required.

 

2017 Most Attractive Global Employers for Business Students. Click to download full report.

 

2016 Most Attractive Employers According to Students Globally

19 Sep

Last week, we posted about the “2016 Most Attractive Employers According to U.S. Students.” Today’s post focuses on Universum’s 2016 survey of college students around the world about the most attractive employers for those interested in business careers. The 2016 rankings are compiled from student surveys in the world’s 12 largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK, and USA:

“The World’s Most Attractive Employer companies, must rank in the top 90% of employers within at least six regional markets. If an employer is not listed or is ranked outside the top 90% in a market, it gets a default ranking which is equal to the position of the last company in the top 90% for that market. Results are weighted by GDP, so that a high ranking position in the U.S. has a greater influence than a high ranking position in India, for example.”

 

Here are the 2016 global top ten most attractive employers for business:

  1. Google
  2. Apple
  3. EY (Ernst & Young)
  4. Goldman Sachs
  5. PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
  6. 6Deloitte
  7. Microsoft
  8. KPMG
  9. L’Oréal Group
  10. J.P. Morgan

 
Interested in more global insights? If yes, click here to download the PDF report.
 
Interested in a regional or country ranking? If yes, click here and scroll down the page for “Choose region” or “Go to country page.”
 

 

%d bloggers like this: