Best Companies to Work For
Several well-known publishers create top 100 Best Companies to Work For lists. While we understand that employees need proper compensation and appreciate state-of-the-art facilities, our primary goal is to empower your employees to bring the best 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 profitability.
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. Although 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 2016.
Top 10 Large Best Companies to Work For (Fortune Magazine)
Free food in company cafeterias, climbing wall, and free laundry. With revenue up over 20%, every employee received a 10% pay hike. More than two-thirds of the employees provided each other with $175 peer spot.
Full-time employee turnover is only 1%. Unlimited tuition reimbursement, no cap on paid sick days for full time employees, and a healthy 401(k) plan where company places 8% of pay into accounts every quarter.
Boston Consulting Group
Generous pay and a solid commitment to social work: Social Impact Practice Network (SIPN) allows employees to work for the U.N. World Food Program and Save the Children. Consultants provided hands-on support in Haiti after the earthquake.
Wegmans Food Markets
Health screenings include a flu shot and H1N1 vaccine. 11,000 employees ate five cups of fruit and vegetables a day and walked up to 10,000 steps each day for eight weeks as part of a company challenge.
Through the Live Detroit program, Quicken provides a $3,500 incentive to team members who rent a home in the downtown area or $20,000 in forgivable loans for a home purchase, and chips in another $5,000 for home improvements.
Independent, private companies and 2/3 of employees own shares. Two paid days each year to volunteer for a nonprofit organization. Part-time schedules, compressed work weeks or staggered hours, work from remote/home offices. No a**hole rule ie. no disrespect for others.
View Remaining 4 Large Best Companies to Work For (Fortune Magazine)
7. Kimley-Horn: Combined profit sharing and 401k match over 17% of salaries, retirement compensation 4x more than larger firms in the industry.
8. SAS Institute: On-site healthcare, high quality childcare ($410/month), summer camp for kids, car cleaning, beauty salon, state-of-the-art, 66,000 sq. ft. gym, etc.
9. Camden Property Trust: Employees rent furnished apartments for $20 / night in locations like Orlando, San Diego, Denver and Austin for personal vacations.
10. Edward Jones: 11,000 small offices and a tight culture with regular regional get-togethers for ice skating, fishing tournaments, etc. 44 percent of new hires come from employee referrals.
Top 5 Medium-Sized Best Companies to Work For
(Los Angeles Business Journal)
ACT Environmental Services