Top 25 companies to work for
With historically low unemployment, employers across the nation are aiming to recruit and retain top talent to help their businesses grow. Some employers, of course, are doing a better job than others.
Now in its 11th edition, Glassdoor’s 2019 “Best Places to Work” list is based on employee-submitted reviews collected between Oct. 23, 2017 and Oct. 21, 2018. To be eligible, an organization needed to receive at least 75 employee reviews within the past year and must employ 1,000 or more workers.
Employee rankings are based on a 5-point scale ranging from very dissatisfied (1.0) to very satisfied (5.0). Actual calculations extend beyond the thousandth decimal place.
Scroll through to see the top 25 employers.