some of our clients:
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • YPO
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • US Army
  • Air New Zealand
  • WB
  • Red Bull
  • Frito Lay
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Delta Airlines
  • bp

Best Companies to Work For

Several well-known publishers create top 100 Best Companies to Work For lists. We understand that employees need fair compensation and appreciate state-of-the-art facilities. However, our primary goal is to empower your employees to bring the best version of themselves to work each and every day, regardless of the circumstances. We collaborate with you to optimize – not just manage or improve – employee engagement, organizational culture, productivity, and

Our unbiased seasoned Best Companies to Work For consultants will also help you to determine which publications are most appropriate for your organization. We will then work with you to get the best possible placements on multiple lists. Becoming a best company is far more multifaceted than providing cafeterias and laundry facilities. Below are some of the perks provided by the large and medium best companies to work for in 2020.


Top 10 Large Best Companies to Work For in 2020
(Fortune Magazine)

  • 1

    Hilton


    Hilton is the first non-tech company to head this list two years in a row. In the past year, Hilton extended its parental leave policy, guaranteeing 12 weeks of paid time off for new mothers, and four for fathers and adoptive parents. Perks include:

    • Telecommuting
    • Job sharing
    • Subsidized childcare
    • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
    • On-site medical care facility
    • Compressed work weeks
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • Sick days for part-timers
    • Student loan debt repayment
  • 2

    Ultimate Software


    With nine consecutive year on the list, the company made headlines went private in an $11 billion deal last May. Ultimate matches all employee 401(k) contributions at a 40% rate, and pays all medical and dental fees. The company offers the following perks:

    • 100% health coverage
    • Unlimited sick days
    • Telecommuting
    • Compressed work weeks
    • Subsidized childcare
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • Sick days for part-timers
    • College tuition reimbursement
  • 3

    Wegmans Food Markets


    Wegmans spent $50 million on employee development plus $5 million in scholarships and filled half of its open positions internally. Millions of pounds of food were reclaimed to feed the hungry. Perks include:

    • Telecommuting
    • Compressed work weeks
    • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • College tuition reimbursement
  • 4

    Cisco


    When a baby is added to the family, paid time off received is based on whether they are the main or supporting parent caregiver, not gender. In addition to extended coverage of psychologists and counselors, Cisco offers free depression and anxiety screening, meditation, and yoga classes at on-campus centers. Perks include:

    • Telecommuting
    • Subsidized childcare
    • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • Sick days for part-timers
    • College tuition reimbursement
  • 5

    Workday


    The company provides unlimited time off, discount backup childcare, and numerous on-site amenities, like car washes, bike repair, and manicures. The San Francisco office even had a slide. The company also offers a four-month paid Career Accelerator Program to attract military veterans. Perks include:

    • Unlimited sick days
    • Telecommuting
    • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • Sick days for part-timers
    • Student loan debt repayment
  • 6

    Salesforce


    Salesforce paid out $7 million to employees who referred new hires last year. Employees received a cash bonus of $2,000 for every successful referral. The company helps strong performers who have not been promoted in 16 months to find new challenges. Employees are paid 56 hours a year to volunteer in their community. Perks include

    • Telecommuting
    • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
    • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
    • Health insurance for part-timers
    • Sick days for part-timers
    • College tuition reimbursement

View Remaining 4 Large Best Companies to Work For (Fortune Magazine)

7. Edward Jones: The company provides regular bonuses, overnight family retreats and community outreach events. Extra effort was rewarded with baseball tickets, gift cards, and free breakfasts.

Perks include telecommuting, job sharing, compressed work weeks, non-discrimination policy with sexual orientation, health insurance for part-timers, and college tuition reimbursement.


8. Stryker: The medical technology company has made a big commitment to volunteering and sustainability. Select employees can volunteer for 40 hours each year through the Operation Smile program.

Perks include telecommuting, job sharing, subsidized childcare, compressed work weeks, on-site fitness/subsidized gym, non-discrimination policy with sexual orientation, health insurance for part-timers, sick days for part-timers, and college tuition reimbursement.


9. American Express: The company is community-oriented spearheaded by the American Express Foundation which has donated nearly $900 million to thousands of charitable organizations. Senior leadership communicates digitally and in-person emphasizing authenticity, transparency and vulnerability. Generous benefits for returning employees and housekeepers.

Perks include telecommuting, job sharing, subsidized childcare, compressed work weeks, on-site fitness/subsidized gym, non-discrimination policy with sexual orientation, health insurance for part-timers, sick days for part-timers, and college tuition reimbursement.


10. Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants: The company prides itself in a culture of inclusiveness and acceptance unlike any other. Welcome packages for new hires include their favorite snacks. Most employees can bring their pets to work.

Perks include telecommuting, compressed work weeks, fully-paid sabbaticals, on-site fitness/subsidized gym, non-discrimination policy with sexual orientation, health insurance for part-timers,
sick days for part-timers, and college tuition reimbursement.


Top 5 Medium-Sized Best Companies to Work For in Los Angeles in 2020 (Builtin LA)

  • 1

    Honey

  • 2

    Chownow

  • 3

    Goguardian


  • 4

    Zest AI


5

Investcloud, Inc.


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