A lot of workers quit their jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic. This also came with a new set of standards to consider a good workplace.
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It goes without question that people seeking employment still look at salaries first before the environment they’re going to work in. But the idea of having a flexible work environment and employee mental health resources has become more prominent. As the previous year brought about extremes for workers, companies will continue to double down on improving the employee experience to attract and retain talent.
With this, Glassdoor released its annual 100 Best Places to Work list for 2023. According to CNBC, this gives out ranks of companies with at least 1,000 employees and 75 reviews on the job site. They were rated on a 5-point scale for the following categories: career opportunities, compensation, culture, management, work-life balance, and other factors.
The report notes companies with higher rankings offer ample opportunities for career advancement. Also, they are the ones who give out robust health care benefits and remote or hybrid work opportunities. Most of them have clear and transparent communication between senior leadership and employees.
Top 10 Best Places to Work in 2023
According to Glassdoor, here are the top 10 best places to work in 2023;
First on the list is Gainsight from San Francisco, California with a rating of 4.7. Next, we have Box from Redwood California with a rating of 4.6. Third is Bain & Company from Boston, Massachusetts with a rating of 4.6. Fourth is McKinsey & Company from New York, New York with a rating of 4.6. Fifth is NVIDIA from Santa Clara, California with a rating of 4.6.
Next, we have MathWorks from Natick, Massachusetts with a rating of 4.6. Seventh is Boston Consulting Group from Boston, Massachusetts with a rating of 4.6. Eighth is Google from Mountain View, California with a rating of 4.6. Ninth is ServiceNow from Santa Clara, California with a rating of 4.6. Lastly, we have In-N-Out Burger from Irvine, California with a rating of 4.6.
It is noticeable that nine companies on the list appear to have the same average rating of 4.6 but the actual ratings extend beyond the thousandth place, hence the difference in ranking.