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Fortune 100 best companies

  1. 1. Fortune 100 best companiesRank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth1 Google, Inc. 34,311 N.A.2 SAS 6,373 5.6%3 CHG Healthcare Services 1,378 4.7%4 The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. 2,314 18.6%5 Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. 43,927 8.3%6 NetApp 7,426 7.8%7 Hilcorp Energy Company 1,012 47.7%8 Edward Jones 35,114 -0.9%9 Ultimate Software 1,440 18.7%10 Camden Property Trust 1,896 13%11 Qualcomm 15,693 17.5%12 DreamWorks Animation 2,181 1.5%
  2. 2. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth13 Quicken Loans Inc. 5,744 50.9%14 Robert W. Baird & Co. 2,612 4.8%15 DPR Construction 1,371 8.7%16 The Container Store 3,865 16.3%17 Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) 10,757 4%18 Burns & McDonnell 3,586 15.3%19 salesforce.com 5,474 44.2%20 Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company 1,396 5.8%21 W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. 6,234 6.7%22 Intuit, Inc. 7,405 4.4%23 Alston & Bird LLP 1,646 0.1%24 World Wide Technology, Inc. 1,816 23.2%
  3. 3. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth25 Plante& Moran, PLLC 1,584 7%26 Chesapeake Energy 13,242 26.1%27 Devon Energy 3,523 5.9%28 Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants 7,480 7.4%29 Southern Ohio Medical Center 2,189 5.7%30 Mercedes-Benz USA 1,785 5.7%31 Zappos.com 1,243 -57.3%32 JM Family Enterprises, Inc. 3,737 2.6%33 Perkins Coie LLP 1,945 7.5%34 Rackspace Hosting 3,571 22.4%35 National Instruments 3,008 11.6%36 Genentech 11,148 -3.9%
  4. 4. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth37 Nugget Market, Inc. 1,145 -10.9%38 NuStar Energy L.P. 1,491 -1.3%39 Meridian Health 9,594 25.8%40 USAA 23,390 0.1%41 Mayo Clinic 43,820 4.7%42 Cisco 35,336 -11.2%43 Scripps Health 12,311 2.3%44 FactSet Research Systems Inc. 1,867 12%45 Baker Donelson 1,217 6.7%46 Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta 6,755 1.9%47 Deloitte 43,302 5.6%48 Novo Nordisk Inc. 4,057 2.4%
  5. 5. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth49 Atlantic Health System 8,430 15.3%50 Mens Wearhouse 15,261 2.6%51 American Express 26,983 0.8%52 St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital 3,666 1.8%53 Scottrade, Inc. 3,347 9.9%54 Autodesk, Inc. 3,012 11.7%55 Umpqua Bank 2,341 4.8%56 Navy Federal Credit Union 8,734 9.7%57 Ernst & Young LLP 27,041 11.6%58 The Everett Clinic 2,377 15.6%59 Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America 1,776 3.9%60 Teach For America, Inc. 1,682 16.7%
  6. 6. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth61 Stryker 10,696 3.1%62 Arnold & Porter LLP 1,388 10.5%63 Hitachi Data Systems 2,216 14.4%64 Marriott International, Inc. 99,174 -10.3%65 Darden Restaurants 177,655 5.1%66 QuikTrip 12,625 6.3%67 The Methodist Hospital System 12,952 6.5%68 Intel Corporation 48,350 9%69 OhioHealth 14,689 13.4%70 ARI, Automotive Resources International 1,276 14.5%71 Whole Foods Market 64,127 7.2%72 EOG Resources, Inc. 2,266 9%
  7. 7. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth73 PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc. 1,296 2.7%74 CarMax 16,455 6%75 Microsoft Corporation 55,455 2%76 Baptist Health South Florida 14,145 6.8%77 Publix Super Markets 151,889 0.7%78 Build-A-Bear Workshop 3,460 -11.5%79 TEKsystems 3,165 3.9%80 Rothstein Kass 1,043 21.8%81 PricewaterhouseCoopers 34,237 12.2%82 Bingham McCutchen LLP 1,359 -8.7%83 Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts 12,763 2.7%84 Aflac, Inc. 4,543 5.7%
  8. 8. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth85 Balfour Beatty Construction 2,543 24.8%86 TDIndustries 1,660 7.1%87 Capital One 36,394 31%88 Nordstrom, Inc. 58,140 14.4%89 Roche Diagnostics Corporation 4,152 0%90 Bright Horizons Family Solutions 15,169 5%91 Accenture 38,000 6.2%92 Hasbro, Inc. 2,703 -10.5%93 Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 13,326 -6.1%94 Starbucks 114,790 2.5%95 Mars, Inc. 11,985 -1.2%96 Mattel, Inc. 5,404 4.8%
  9. 9. Rank Company Name No. of Employees Job Growth97 Aéropostale, Inc. 21,850 -0.3%98 FedEx Corporation 228,866 -0.2%99 Grainger 15,173 4.3%100 CH2M HILL 13,748 4.7%Forbes 100 best 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P1 Salesforce.com 39.5 78.7 20.72 Amazon.com 32.0 37.6 92.73 Intuitive Surgical 43.4 36.4 13.44 Tencent Holdings 69.0 75.4 46.55 Apple 35.1 60.7 303.46 Hindustan Unilever 10.0 4.0 15.5
  10. 10. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P7 Google 35.0 37.1 138.18 NaturaCosméticos 17.0 13.5 10.29 Bharat Heavy Electricals 27.2 25.0 19.510 Monsanto 13.4 44.7 41.311 Reckitt Benckiser Group 15.1 18.6 43.412 Celgene 46.3 81.1 27.513 Nidec 5.1 5.0 15.214 Terumo 5.8 -0.1 10.715 Infosys 23.6 22.7 34.316 PernodRicard 14.0 14.9 38.517 Keyence 3.1 1.9 11.318 FMC Technologies 13.5 31.7 10.919 Starbucks 10.1 3.8 28.9
  11. 11. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P20 Nintendo 14.8 -4.6 14.321 Alcon** 10.4 17.9 -22 Activision Blizzard 31.1 41.6 10.523 Beiersdorf 5.3 -0.7 12.724 Procter & Gamble 7.7 11.0 211.325 Essilor International 9.9 10.0 17.426 LOréal 6.1 2.6 74.727 Schlumberger 11.8 8.5 126.728 Ecolab 6.3 8.8 14.229 Alstom 9.3 21.0 19.330 ICL-Israel Chemicals 9.6 15.0 22.031 General Mills 5.1 10.2 30.232 CSL 10.1 14.0 17.8
  12. 12. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P33 Colgate-Palmolive 6.9 12.6 46.534 NetApp 17.3 12.0 15.835 Danone 5.5 5.0 57.136 Citrix Systems 14.7 7.5 14.737 Areva -2.1 -3.4 19.138 Rockwell Automation 2.3 -7.5 12.539 Kone 9.0 37.2 15.540 China Oilfield Services 29.7 38.1 14.541 Synthes 8.0 11.5 19.142 Juniper Networks 14.5 -0.1 14.743 Praxair 5.1 9.6 39.644 Estée Lauder Cos 4.6 -1.0 21.145 Fanuc 3.2 5.8 34.8
  13. 13. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P46 Hershey 3.1 -0.5 13.447 Avon Products 5.7 -1.5 14.448 Paccar -10.0 -30.0 21.849 SMC Corp 1.1 -2.2 10.950 PepsiCo 10.8 6.6 135.451 Fresenius Medical Care 10.8 15.1 29.252 Secom 3.2 2.8 9.453 Anheuser-Busch InBev 18.7 27.5 133.854 Adobe Systems 11.5 1.8 13.155 Agilent Technologies 1.4 14.0 15.056 HTC Corp 30.7 27.4 22.357 Kellogg 4.4 5.3 25.558 Sandvik 5.5 2.0 22.2
  14. 14. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P59 ASML Holding 12.3 26.8 13.260 Air Products & Chemicals 3.1 4.5 24.061 Qualcomm 13.8 2.1 80.462 Richemont (CompagnieFinancière) 6.5 -3.1 30.963 SAP 7.9 3.9 69.164 Emerson Electric 3.2 4.6 44.965 Campbell Soup 2.2 3.6 13.466 Kao 4.1 -8.1 15.067 Atlas Copco 5.8 8.6 28.868 Danaher 9.7 11.2 37.169 Corning 5.9 33.7 21.970 Daikin Industries 7.9 -13.4 13.071 Thermo Fisher Scientific 33.3 46.6 25.5
  15. 15. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P72 Sany Heavy Industry 68.1 91.8 23.173 Johnson Controls 2.4 11.6 31.974 Unilever NV 2.2 2.4 102.975 Zoomlion Heavy Industry 58.1 71.9 11.476 Rolls-Royce Holdings 10.9 9.0 16.577 Oracle 17.9 17.8 147.178 Fresenius SE 15.2 22.9 34.779 Syngenta 3.5 13.2 32.480 LeGrand 3.7 32.8 11.781 Schindler Holding -1.3 12.4 11.382 Kraft Foods 7.1 -3.5 89.983 Henkel 4.7 8.1 27.284 Intuit 11.4 6.7 13.9
  16. 16. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P85 Cameron International 17.6 23.3 12.086 Microsoft 9.7 8.3 186.087 Automatic Data Processing 8.5 11.0 24.588 Maroc Telecom 9.0 10.4 16.989 Precision Castparts 9.1 21.1 22.090 Air Liquide 5.3 8.5 44.791 Boston Scientific 3.4 - 14.992 Tenaris 1.4 -3.7 26.393 ABB 3.3 23.8 49.294 Toshiba 0.2 12.0 36.995 Stryker 9.7 14.5 20.796 BAE Systems 13.9 12.6 16.297 Halliburton 10.3 -7.3 50.6
  17. 17. 5-Year 5-Year Avg. Avg. Sales Net Income Enterprise In Rank Company Growth (%) Growth (%) Value ($bil) P98 CA 2.8 49.3 9.599 Altera 7.8 14.1 11.1100 ConAgra Foods 4.1 13.5 13.0Here are all 100 of the world’s most reputable companies: 2012 RepTrak™ DifferenceRank Company Home Country Pulse Score 2012-20111 BMW Germany 80.08 .652 Sony Japan 79.31 .253 The Walt Disney Company United States of America 78.92 -.584 Daimler (Mercedes-Benz) Germany 78.54 -.495 Apple United States of America 78.49 -1.296 Google United States of America 78.05 -1.947 Microsoft United States of America 77.98 .688 Volkswagen Germany 77.04 -.309 Canon Japan 76.98 -1.0810 LEGO Group Denmark 76.35 -2.9111 Adidas Group Germany 76.00 n/a12 Nestlé Switzerland 75.88 -.1313 Colgate-Palmolive United States of America 75.75 1.1314 Panasonic Japan 75.71 -1.1315 Nike United States of America 75.43 -1.4916 Intel United States of America 75.42 -2.14
  18. 18. 2012 RepTrak™ DifferenceRank Company Home Country Pulse Score 2012-201117 Michelín France 75.32 -.4218 Johnson & Johnson United States of America 75.17 -1.5819 IBM United States of America 75.08 .6820 Ferrero Italy 74.90 -.1221 Samsung Electronics South Korea 74.81 2.0522 Honda Motor Japan 74.80 .8123 L’Oréal France 74.35 -1.3624 Nokia Finland 74.33 -1.8425 Philips Electronics the Netherlands 74.33 -.5126 Kellogg United States of America 74.32 -.8827 Goodyear United States of America 74.28 -.8028 Amazon.com United States of America 74.07 .4529 Danone France 74.05 .1330 3M United States of America 74.02 -.6631 Hewlett-Packard United States of America 73.67 -2.2332 Nintendo Japan 73.56 -1.09 LVMH Group (Louis Vuitton –33 France 73.46 1.31 Moët Hennessy)34 Bridgestone Japan 73.35 .1435 IKEA Sweden 73.22 -.6136 Giorgio Armani Group Italy 73.22 n/a37 Toyota Japan 72.77 1.5038 The Coca-Cola Company United States of America 72.66 -1.6139 FedEx United States of America 72.56 -.1240 Marriott International United States of America 72.53 -.5441 Pirelli Italy 72.30 -1.58
  19. 19. 2012 RepTrak™ DifferenceRank Company Home Country Pulse Score 2012-201142 Barilla Italy 72.12 .0943 Fujifilm Japan 72.07 -.6044 Deutsche Lufthansa Germany 72.06 -.7945 Siemens Germany 71.76 -.5846 Bayer Germany 71.31 n/a47 UPS United States of America 71.29 -.9148 Boeing United States of America 71.09 -.4849 Procter & Gamble United States of America 71.08 -1.6750 Dell United States of America 71.02 -2.5851 Singapore Airlines Singapore 70.89 -.8752 Toshiba Japan 70.87 -1.8353 Xerox United States of America 70.77 -2.32 the Netherlands/the54 Unilever 70.63 -.74 United Kingdom55 Cisco Systems United States of America 70.62 -2.3756 LG Corporation South Korea 70.62 -.3557 HJ Heinz United States of America 70.61 -.9258 Kraft Foods United States of America 70.57 .4259 Swatch Group Switzerland 70.50 -2.6460 Hilton Worldwide United States of America 70.47 -1.7061 Heineken the Netherlands 70.41 -.2462 Nissan Motor Japan 70.18 -.9463 Qantas Airways Australia 70.05 .4064 Electrolux Sweden 69.91 -1.6065 Abbott Laboratories United States of America 69.89 n/a66 General Electric United States of America 69.86 -1.13
  20. 20. 2012 RepTrak™ DifferenceRank Company Home Country Pulse Score 2012-201167 DuPont United States of America 69.77 -2.2368 Sharp Japan 69.75 -2.0269 Eastman Kodak United States of America 69.64 -3.3570 Airbus France 69.60 .0971 Oracle United States of America 69.54 -.9872 Roche Switzerland 69.53 -1.5873 ACER Taiwan 69.38 -.9374 Sara Lee United States of America 69.35 2.1675 Yahoo! United States of America 68.94 n/a76 H&M Sweden 68.77 n/a77 SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) Sweden 68.74 -.5578 Marks & Spencer Group the United Kingdom 68.73 -1.6679 Hitachi Japan 68.64 -2.0280 eBay United States of America 68.50 n/a81 Avon Products United States of America 68.40 .0782 Zara Spain 68.26 .0083 Starbucks Coffee Company United States of America 68.16 -.5084 PepsiCo United States of America 68.11 -1.2585 Fujitsu Japan 67.93 -1.3686 GlaxoSmithKline the United Kingdom 67.79 -1.6687 Pfizer United States of America 67.44 n/a88 Suzuki Motor Japan 67.34 -3.7089 Carlsberg Group Denmark 67.21 -.8190 Eli Lilly United States of America 67.21 n/a91 General Mills United States of America 67.19 -1.1792 Air France-KLM France 67.13 -.78
  21. 21. 2012 RepTrak™ DifferenceRank Company Home Country Pulse Score 2012-201193 Carrefour France 66.54 2.5394 Virgin Group the United Kingdom 66.41 -3.3895 Lenovo Group China 66.27 -1.6796 Hyundai South Korea 65.69 -2.5097 Diageo the United Kingdom 65.05 -.1998 Petrobras Brazil 64.21 -.7199 Vodafone the United Kingdom 64.02 -.94100 Lockheed Martin United States of America 63.93 .422013 FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work for® ® ®Great Place to Work Institute produces FORTUNEs 100 Best Companies to Work For list. The listis co-authored by Robert Levering and Milton Moskowitz.The List Publishers Site: FORTUNEThe List Publishers Site: FORTUNE Magazine1. Google21274 employeeswww.google.comIndustry: Media - Online Internet ServicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California2. SAS6373 employeeswww.sas.comIndustry: Information Technology - SoftwareOwnership: PrivateState: North Carolina
  22. 22. 3. CHG Healthcare Services1378 employeeswww.chghealthcare.comIndustry: Professional Services - Staffing & RecruitmentOwnership: PrivateState: Utah4. Boston Consulting Group2314 employeeswww.bcg.comIndustry: Professional Services - Consulting - ManagementOwnership: PrivateState: Massachusetts5. Wegmans Food Markets43927 employeeswww.wegmans.comIndustry: Retail - Food/GroceryOwnership: PrivateState: New York6. NetApp7426 employeeswww.netapp.comIndustry: Information Technology - Storage/Data ManagementOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California7. Hilcorp Energy Company1012 employeeswww.hilcorp.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: PrivateState: Texas8. Edward Jones35118 employeeswww.edwardjones.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Investments
  23. 23. Ownership: PrivateState: Missouri9. Ultimate Software1440 employeeswww.ultimatesoftware.comIndustry: Information Technology - SoftwareOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Florida10. Camden Property Trust1896 employeeswww.camdenliving.comIndustry: Construction & Real Estate - Property ManagementOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas11. Qualcomm15693 employeeswww.qualcomm.comIndustry: TelecommunicationsOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California12. DreamWorks Animation2181 employeeswww.dreamworksanimation.comIndustry: Media - Television/Film/VideoOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California13. Quicken Loans5744 employeeswww.quickenloans.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: Michigan14. Robert W. Baird & Co.
  24. 24. 2612 employeeswww.rwbaird.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - InvestmentsOwnership: PrivateState: Wisconsin15. DPR Construction1371 employeeswww.dpr.comIndustry: Construction & Real Estate - ContractingOwnership: PrivateState: California16. The Container Store3865 employeeswww.containerstore.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: PrivateState: Texas17. Recreational Equipment (REI)10757 employeeswww.rei.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: CooperativeState: Washington18. Burns & McDonnell3586 employeeswww.burnsmcd.comIndustry: Industrial Services - EngineeringOwnership: PrivateState: Missouri19. salesforce.com5494 employeeswww.salesforce.comIndustry: Information TechnologyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California
  25. 25. 20. Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company1396 employeeswww.millennium.comIndustry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals - PharmaceuticalsOwnership: PrivateState: Massachusetts21. W. L. Gore & Associates6234 employeeswww.gore.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: PrivateState: Delaware22. Intuit7405 employeeswww.intuit.comIndustry: Information Technology - SoftwareOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California23. Alston & Bird1646 employeeswww.alston.comIndustry: Professional Services - LegalOwnership: PrivateState: Georgia24. World Wide Technology1816 employeeswww.wwt.comIndustry: Information TechnologyOwnership: PrivateState: Missouri25. Plante& Moran1584 employeeswww.plantemoran.comIndustry: Professional Services - Consulting - Management
  26. 26. Ownership: PrivateState: Michigan26. Chesapeake Energy13242 employeeswww.chk.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - Coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuelOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Oklahoma27. Devon Energy3523 employeeswww.dvn.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Oklahoma28. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants7480 employeeswww.kimptonhotels.comIndustry: HospitalityOwnership: PrivateState: California29. Southern Ohio Medical Center2189 employeeswww.somc.orgIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: Ohio30. Mercedes-Benz USA1785 employeeswww.mbusa.comIndustry: Advertising & MarketingOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New Jersey31. Zappos.com
  27. 27. 1243 employeeswww.zappos.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Nevada32. JM Family Enterprises3709 employeeswww.jmfamily.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - AutomotiveOwnership: PrivateState: Florida33. Perkins Coie1945 employeeswww.perkinscoie.comIndustry: Professional Services - LegalOwnership: PrivateState: Washington34. Rackspace Hosting3571 employeeswww.rackspace.comIndustry: Information TechnologyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas35. National Instruments3008 employeeswww.ni.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - ElectronicsOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas36. Genentech11148 employeeswww.gene.comIndustry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals - BiotechnologyOwnership: PrivateState: California
  28. 28. 37. Nugget Market1145 employeeswww.nuggetmarket.comIndustry: Retail - Food/GroceryOwnership: PrivateState: California38. NuStar Energy1491 employeeswww.nustarenergy.comIndustry: Transportation - Transport & StorageOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas39. Meridian Health9594 employeeswww.meridianhealth.comIndustry: Health CareOwnership: Non-profitState: New Jersey40. USAA23390 employeeswww.usaa.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Auto InsuranceOwnership: PrivateState: Texas41. Mayo Clinic43820 employeeswww.mayoclinic.orgIndustry: Health CareOwnership: PrivateState: Minnesota42. Cisco35336 employeeswww.cisco.comIndustry: Information Technology - Hardware
  29. 29. Ownership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California43. Scripps Health13425 employeeswww.scripps.orgIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: California44. FactSet Research Systems1867 employeeswww.factset.comIndustry: Financial Services & InsuranceOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Connecticut45. Baker Donelson1217 employeeswww.bakerdonelson.comIndustry: Professional Services - LegalOwnership: PrivateState: Tennessee46. Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta6755 employeeswww.choa.orgIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: Georgia47. Deloitte43302 employeeswww.deloitte.comIndustry: Professional ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: New York48. Novo Nordisk
  30. 30. 4057 employeeswww.novonordisk-us.comIndustry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals - PharmaceuticalsOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New Jersey49. Atlantic Health6665 employeeswww.atlantichealth.orgIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: New Jersey50. Mens Wearhouse15256 employeeswww.menswearhouse.comIndustry: Retail - ClothingOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas51. American Express26983 employeeswww.americanexpress.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit ServicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New York52. St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital3666 employeeswww.stjude.orgIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: Tennessee53. Scottrade3347 employeeswww.scottrade.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - InvestmentsOwnership: PrivateState: Missouri
  31. 31. 54. Autodesk3131 employeeswww.autodesk.comIndustry: Information Technology - SoftwareOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California55. Umpqua Bank2341 employeeswww.umpquabank.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit ServicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Oregon56. Navy Federal Credit Union8734 employeeswww.navyfederal.orgIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit ServicesOwnership: Non-profitState: Virginia57. Ernst & Young27041 employeeswww.ey.comIndustry: Professional ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: New York58. The Everett Clinic2396 employeeswww.everettclinic.comIndustry: Health Care - ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: Washington59. Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America1776 employeeswww.allianzlife.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance
  32. 32. Ownership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Minnesota60. Teach For America1682 employeeswww.teachforamerica.orgIndustry: Education & TrainingOwnership: Non-profitState: New York61. Stryker10696 employeeswww.stryker.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - Medical devicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Michigan62. Arnold & Porter1389 employeeswww.arnoldporter.comIndustry: Professional Services - LegalOwnership: PrivateState: District of Columbia63. Hitachi Data Systems2169 employeeswww.hds.comIndustry: Information Technology - Storage/Data ManagementOwnership: PrivateState: California64. Marriott International99550 employeeswww.marriott.comIndustry: Hospitality - Hotel/ResortOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Maryland65. Darden Restaurants
  33. 33. 177655 employeeswww.darden.comIndustry: Hospitality - Food and Beverage ServiceOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Florida66. QuikTrip12625 employeeswww.quiktrip.comIndustry: Retail - Food/GroceryOwnership: PrivateState: Oklahoma67. The Methodist Hospital System12952 employeeswww.methodisthealth.comIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: Texas68. Intel Corporation47900 employeeswww.intel.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - ElectronicsOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California69. OhioHealth14689 employeeswww.ohiohealth.comIndustry: Health Care - HospitalOwnership: Non-profitState: Ohio70. ARI, Automotive Resources International1276 employeeswww.arifleet.comIndustry: Professional ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: New Jersey
  34. 34. 71. Whole Foods Market64127 employeeswww.wholefoods.comIndustry: Retail - Food/GroceryOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas72. EOG Resources2266 employeeswww.eogresources.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Texas73. PCL Construction Enterprises1296 employeeswww.pcl.comIndustry: Construction & Real Estate - ContractingOwnership: PrivateState: Colorado74. CarMax16455 employeeswww.carmax.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Virginia75. Microsoft Corporation55455 employeeswww.microsoft.comIndustry: Information Technology - SoftwareOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Washington76. Baptist Health South Florida14145 employeeswww.baptisthealth.netIndustry: Health Care - Hospital
  35. 35. Ownership: Non-profitState: Florida77. Publix Super Markets151889 employeeswww.publix.comIndustry: Retail - Food/GroceryOwnership: PrivateState: Florida78. Build-A-Bear Workshop3462 employeeswww.buildabear.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Missouri79. TEKsystems3165 employeeswww.teksystems.comIndustry: Professional Services - Staffing & RecruitmentOwnership: PrivateState: Maryland80. Rothstein Kass1011 employeeswww.rkco.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - AccountingOwnership: PrivateState: New Jersey81. PricewaterhouseCoopers34237 employeeswww.pwc.comIndustry: Professional ServicesOwnership: PrivateState: New York82. Bingham McCutchen LLP
  36. 36. 1359 employeeswww.bingham.comIndustry: Professional Services - LegalOwnership: PrivateState: Massachusetts83. Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts12763 employeeswww.fourseasons.comIndustry: Hospitality - Hotel/ResortOwnership: Private84. Aflac4543 employeeswww.aflac.comIndustry: Financial Services & InsuranceOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Georgia85. Balfour Beatty Construction2543 employeeswww.balfourbeattyus.comIndustry: Construction & Real Estate - Real EstateOwnership: PrivateState: Texas86. TDIndustries1660 employeeswww.tdindustries.comIndustry: Construction & Real Estate - ContractingOwnership: PrivateState: Texas87. Capital One36394 employeeswww.capitalone.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit ServicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Virginia
  37. 37. 88. Nordstrom58140 employeeswww.nordstrom.comIndustry: Retail - ClothingOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Washington89. Roche Diagnostics Corporation4152 employeeswww.roche-diagnostics.usIndustry: Health CareOwnership: PrivateState: Indiana90. Bright Horizons Family Solutions15169 employeeswww.brighthorizons.comIndustry: Education & TrainingOwnership: PrivateState: Massachusetts91. Accenture32980 employeeswww.accenture.comIndustry: Professional Services - Consulting - ManagementOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New York92. Hasbro2703 employeeswww.hasbro.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Rhode Island93. Goldman Sachs Group13326 employeeswww.gs.comIndustry: Financial Services & Insurance - Banking/Credit Services
  38. 38. Ownership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New York94. Starbucks114790 employeeswww.starbucks.comIndustry: Retail - SpecialtyOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Washington95. Mars11985 employeeswww.mars.comIndustry: Manufacturing & ProductionOwnership: PrivateState: Virginia96. Mattel5404 employeeswww.mattel.comIndustry: Manufacturing & Production - Personal and Household goodsOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: California97. Aéropostale21850 employeeswww.aeropostale.comIndustry: Retail - ClothingOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: New York98. FedEx Corporation228954 employeeswww.fedex.comIndustry: TransportationOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Tennessee99. Grainger
  39. 39. 15173 employeeswww.grainger.comIndustry: Industrial ServicesOwnership: Publicly quoted/heldState: Illinois100. CH2M HILL13748 employeeswww.ch2mhill.comIndustry: Professional Services - Consulting EngineeringOwnership: PrivateState: ColoradoCompanies by revenueListR Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k Dece Exxon Oil and G $486.4 mber Rex W. [2] 1 $408.78 99,100 NYSE: XOM Irving, Mobil as 29 31, Tillerson Texas 2011 Dece The Royal Oil and $470.1 mber Hague; Peter [3] 2 Dutch $236.34 90,000 LSE: RDSA Gas 71 31, Voser Shell 2011 London $446.9 2,200,0 Michael [4][5] 3 Walmart Retail Janua $208.36 NYSE: WMT 50 00 Bentonv Duke ry 31, ille,
  40. 40. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k 2012 Arkansa s Dece Sinopec Oil and $397.7 mber Su [6] 4 - 400,513 NYSE: SNP Group Gas 75 31, Beijing Shulin 2011 China Dece National Oil and $378.0 mber Jiang [7] 5 Petroleum - 464,000 - Gas 25 31, Beijing Jiemin Corporatio 2011 n Dece Oil and $375.5 mber Bob [8][9] 6 BP $140.27 83,400 LSE: BP Gas 17 31, London Dudley 2011 Saudi Oil and 2011 Khalid A. [10] 7 $356 — 54,441 — Aramco Gas est. Dhahran Al-Falih Janua Commodit Rotterda Ian [11] 8 Vitol $297 ry 10, — 2,810 - ies m; Taylor 2012 Geneva State Grid Electric $265.9 1,564,0 Liu [12] 9 Corporatio 2011 — — utility 62 01 Beijing Zhenya n of China
  41. 41. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k Dece San Oil and $253.7 mber Ramon, John [13]10 Chevron $211.95 61,189 NYSE: CVX Gas 06 31, Californi Watson 2011 a Dece ConocoPhi Oil and $251.2 mber Ryan M. [14]11 $96.77 29,800 NYSE: COP Houston llips Gas 26 31, Lance , Texas 2011 Ken Mitsubishi Conglome TYO: 8058;N [15]12 $248.6 2010 - 350,000 Tokyo, Kobayas Group rate YSE: TM Japan hi March Automotiv $226.1 TYO: 7203;N Akio [16]13 Toyota 31, $149.58 325,905 Toyota, e 06 YSE: TM Toyoda 2012 Aichi Dece Christop Oil and $215.5 mber [17]14 Total $120.37 111,401 Euronext: FP Courbev he de Gas 67 31, oie Margerie 2011 Dece Martin Volkswage Automotiv $206.2 mber ISIN:DE0007 [18]15 $77.38 501,956 Wolfsbu Winterko n Group e 64 31, 664005 rg rn 2011 Conglome $201.1 [19]16 Japan March — 229,134 — Jiro Saito rate 87 Tokyo Post 31,
  42. 42. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k Holdings 2012 Dece Ivan Commodit $186.1 mber LSE: GLEN;S [20]17 Glencore $44.07 52,000 Baar Glasenb ies 52 31, EHK: 0805 erg 2011 Dece Oil and mber Alexei [21]18 Gazprom $158.1 $145.76 432,000 MCX: GAZP Gas 31, Moscow Miller 2011 Septe Cupertin Electronic $156.5 mber NASDAQ: AA Tim [22]19 Apple $559.00 76,100 o, s 08 29, PL Cook Californi 2012 a Dece General Automotiv $150.2 mber Daniel [23]20 $40.16 284,000 NYSE: GM Detroit, Motors e 76 31, Akerson Michigan 2011 Dece General Conglome $147.3 mber Fairfield, Jeffrey [24]21 $212.32 287,000 NYSE: GE Electric rate 00 31, Connecti Immelt 2011 cut Johanne Electric $146.1 Dece [25]22 E.ON $47.86 78,889 FWB: EOAN Düsseld s utility 4 mber orf Teyssen 31,
  43. 43. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k 2011 Dece Maria Bovespa: PE Rio Oil and $145.9 mber das [26]23 Petrobras $170.84 80,492 TR3;Bovespa: de Gas 15 31, Graças 4 Janeiro 2011 Foster Dece Berkshire Conglome $143.6 mber NYSE: BRKA; Omaha, Warren [27]24 $201.13 217,000 Hathaway rate 88 31, NYSE: BRKB Nebrask Buffett 2011 a Dece Samsung Electronic $143.0 mber KRX: 005930; Lee Kun- [28]25 $181.77 221,726 Electronics s 69 31, KRX: 005935 Seoul hee 2011 Dece Oil and $141.7 mber Paolo [29]26 Eni $93.82 78,417 BIT: ENI Gas 97 31, Rome Scaroni 2011 Dece Automotiv $137.8 mber Dieter [30]27 Daimler $64.20 267,274 FWB: DAI e 37 31, Stuttgart Zetsche 2011 Dece Michael Financial $137.7 mber ISIN:DE0008 [31]28 Allianz $54.25 141,938 Diekman services 20 31, 404005 Munich n 2011
  44. 44. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k Dece Automotiv $136.2 mber Dearbor Alan [32]29 Ford $46.72 27,531 NYSE: F e 64 31, n, Mulally 2011 Michigan Food May Wayzat $133.9 Gregory [33]30 Cargill processin 31, — 158,000 — a, 58 R. Page g 2012 Minnesot a Dece Oil and $133.6 mber VagitAlek [34]31 Lukoil $51.46 120,300 MCX: LKOH Gas 5 31, Moscow perov 2011 March JX Oil and $130.4 [35][36]32 31, $15.76 24,236 TYO: 5020 — Holdings Gas 77 Tokyo 2012 Nippon March Telegraph Telecomm $126.8 Norio [37]33 31, $72.88 205,288 TYO: 9432 and unications 77 Tokyo Wada 2012 Telephone Dece Randall Telecomm $126.7 mber L. [38]34 AT&T $185.15 256,420 NYSE: T Dallas, unications 23 31, Stephens Texas 2011 on
  45. 45. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k Dece San William Valero Oil and $125.9 mber [39]35 $15.54 21,942 NYSE: VLO Antonio, R. Energy Gas 87 31, Texas Klesse 2011 Dece Oil and $124.7 mber Rafael [40]36 PDVSA — 121,187 — Gas 54 31, Caracas Ramírez 2011 San March Francisc John Pharmace $122.7 [41][36]37 McKesson 31, $21.60 31,800 NYSE: MCK o, Hammer uticals 34 2012 Californi gren a Dece Commodit mber Claude [42]38 Trafigura $121.5 - 3,660 - ies 31, Lucerne Dauphin 2011 Palo Octob Hewlett- Computer $120.3 Alto, Meg [43]39 er 31, $47.12 266,590 NYSE: HPQ Packard hardware 57 Californi Whitman 2012 a Dece Gérard Electric $117.3 mber Euronext: SZ [44]40 GDF Suez $58.10 160,700 Mestralle utility 22 31, E Paris t 2011
  46. 46. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k March Conglome $116.7 Etsuhiko [45]41 Hitachi 31, $29.17 323,540 TYO: 6501 rate 16 Tokyo Shoyama 2012 Febru $114.3 ary Philip [46]42 Tesco Retail $42.36 492,714 LSE: TSCO Cheshu 52 25, Clarke nt 2012 Dece Hon Hai Electronic $114.0 mber Terry [47]43 Precision $41.47 961,000 TWSE: 2317 Tuchen s 63 31, Gou Industry g 2011 March Automotiv $113.6 Carlos [48]44 Nissan 31, $48.40 127,625 TYO: 7201 Yokoha e 14 Ghosn 2012 ma Dece Oil and $112.1 mber Helge [49]45 Statoil $86.42 31,715 OSE: STL Stavang Gas 07 31, Lund er 2011 Dece Juan Oil and $111.7 mber José [50]46 Pemex — 138,215 — Mexico Gas 34 31, SuárezC City 2011 oppel Financial $111.4 Dece Henri de [51]47 AXA $39.02 240,303 Euronext: CS services 14 mber Paris Castries 31,
  47. 47. R Re Capit Emp Head Rea Compa Industr Leade ven FY alizati loye Listing quart f(sn ny y r ue on es ers ).k 2011 Dece Koch Conglome mber Charles [52]48 $110 — 60,000 — Wichita, Industries rate 31, Koch Kansas 2011 Dece Investmen $109.1 mber John [53]49 EXOR $6.07 40 BIT: EXO t 52 31, Turin Elkann 2011 June Cardinal Pharmace $107.5 George [54][36]50 30, $14.38 40,000 NYSE: CAH Dublin, Health uticals 52 Barrett 2012 Ohio Dece Woonso CVS mber Larry J. [55]51 Retail $107.1 $58.53 202,000 NYSE: CVS cket, Caremark 31, Merlo Rhode 2011 Island Dece Computer $106.9 mber Armonk, GinniRo [56]52 IBM $241.75 433,362 NYSE: IBM services 16 31, New metty 2011 York Dece $105.1 mber Georges [57]53 Carrefour Retail $17.30 475,976 Euronext: CA Levalloi 57 31, Plassat s-Perret 2011 Sergio Dece Assicurazi Balbinot; Financial $104.8 mber [58]54 oniGeneral $24.13 85,368 BIT: G Giovanni services 07 31, Trieste i Perissino 2011 tto
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  49. 49. 50. Starbucks GlassdoorCEO: Howard D. SchultzEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.6 / 5What employees think:“Employee benefit package is excellent and available to employees at all levels of thecompany. Same-sex benefits are available.” – Starbucks Shift Supervisor (Houston, TX)Source: Glassdoor
  50. 50. 49. Eaton Corporation GlassdoorCEO: Sandy CutlerEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.6 /5What employees think:“Ethics # 1, management takes care of the employees.” – Eaton Corporation LeadershipDevelopment Program (Cleveland, OH)Source: Glassdoor48. Turner Broadcasting
  51. 51. GlassdoorCEO: Phil KentEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“Flexible culture, always promoting innovation and collaboration. Benefits are great andschedule is pretty flexible. Paid Time Off increases as years go by and you get a goodamount of days off.” – Turner Broadcasting Supervisor (Atlanta, GA)Source: Glassdoor47. Intermountain Healthcare statir.am/aubreepitchermidleyCEO: Charles W. SorensonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“Flexible culture, always promoting innovation and collaboration. Benefits are great andschedule is pretty flexible. Paid Time Off increases as years go by and you get a goodamount of days off.” – Turner Broadcasting Supervisor (Atlanta, GA)
  52. 52. Source: Glassdoor46. Costco Wholesale statigr.am/gabiejavierCEO: Craig JelinekEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“Great company to get into and work your way up. If you can work hard, grow and crosstrain as well as build connections with management you can earn great money and moveup fairly quickly.” – Costco Wholesale Merchandiser (Bellingham, WA)Source: Glassdoor
  53. 53. 45. Boeing Commercial Airplanes GlassdoorCEO: Ray ConnerEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think:“Diversity, advancement and a business on the cutting edge of aviation!!!” – BoeingCommercial Airplanes Mechanical Tech/Systems Install (North Charleston, SC)Source: Glassdoor
  54. 54. 44. Dow Chemical humdrumboy via FlickrCEO: Andrew N. LiverisEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.4 / 5What employees think:“Friendly people, good benefits, safe working conditions, fairness, One of the best places Ihave ever been employed, and would hope to remain employed for a very long time.” – DowChemical Packager (Midland, MI)Source: Glassdoor
  55. 55. 43. IKEA GlassdoorCEO: Mikael OhlssonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.6 / 5What employees think:“Management goes with an open door policy and make themselves available to listen to Co-workers concerns and requests, almost all the time. Work and Life balance is understoodand respected here.” – IKEA Sales Co-worker (Covina, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  56. 56. 42. SAP APCEO: Bill McDermott & Jim HagemannSnabeEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“The communication is a big factor that works for SAP. Teams can collaborate globally andget projects accomplished.” – SAP Sales Support Associate (Newton Square, PA)Source: Glassdoor
  57. 57. 41. Northwestern Mutual statigr.am/wcewingCEO: John E. SchlifskeEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“Free lunch, great medical benefits, wonderful work environment, and great people to workwith. This company provides everything you need to become successful as far as training,tuition reimbursement, and advancement opportunities.” – Northwestern MutualAdministrative Assistant (Milwaukee, WI)Source: Glassdoor
  58. 58. 40. Biogen Idec biogenidecinc via YouTubeCEO: George A. ScangosEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“Great direct management who genuinely care about you and the doctors and patients weserve.” – Biogen Idec Area Business Manager (Kansas City, MO)Source: Glassdoor
  59. 59. 39. Digitas statigr.am/crimdelacrim_CEO: Colin KinsellaEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.4 / 5What employees think:“Fun culture, great experience for young people looking to gain exposure to the industry.” –Digitas Senior Search Marketing Analyst (New York, NY)Source: Glassdoor
  60. 60. 38. QUALCOMM Pop Culture Geek via FlickrCEO: Paul E. JacobsEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“LIVELY is the word. Your work is well respected. Open door policy helps you to network toeveryone in the office. Family like atmosphere. Many new interesting events help you keepenergized with work.” –Qualcomm Applications Engineer (San Diego, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  61. 61. 37. Fluor nysetv1 via YouTubeCEO: David T. SeatonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“As a global company, you have the opportunity to take your career in many directions andeven to far-flung global locations, if you desire. Being a part of Fluor can open other doorsas well.” – Fluor Employee (Aliso Viejo, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  62. 62. 36. MathWorks GlassdoorCEO: Jack LittleEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think:“Company core values are demonstrated everyday, not just words on the webpage. Onereason I joined was the opportunity for professional growth. Not only do they have courses,but the management and employees are knowledgeable and are great examples andmentors.” – MathWorks Manager (Natick, MA)Source: Glassdoor
  63. 63. 35. General Mills statigr.am/eybtmCEO: Ken PowellEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.1 / 5What employees think:“The perks are great! They are really good about work/life balance. Family time is respectedand flexibility is encouraged.” – General Mills Employee (Minneapolis, MN)Source: Glassdoor
  64. 64. 34. Apple SamsungCEO: Tim CookEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“Really great products to work on, exciting opportunities and smart interesting people towork with. There is a strong culture of focusing on the end-user experience and notirrationally obsessing with features/technology.” – Apple Software Engineer (Cupertino, CA)“The work you do changes the world. Love it or hate it, people know about your work. Thatsmore than most can dream for.” – Apple Software Engineer IV (Cupertino, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  65. 65. 33. Red Hat redhatjobs via YouTubeCEO: Jim WhitehurstEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“You get to work with the brightest people in the IT industry. Pay is not bad and your get towork with fantastic open source software.” – Red Hat IT Consultant (Phoenix, AZ)Source: Glassdoor
  66. 66. 32. Hyatt hyatt via YouTubeCEO: Mark S. HoplamazianEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.6 / 5What employees think:“Hyatt is a great employer, great benefits = free nights at Hyatts everywhere! If you want tomove up fast this is a company to do it with.” – Hyatt Front Office Manager (Orange, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  67. 67. 31. Intel Corporation GlassdoorCEO: Paul S. OtelliniEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“Education and job support is very important at Intel, which is refreshing. People are alwayshard working and willing to support someone who has questions or new ideas.” – IntelCorporation Safety Engineer(Hillsboro, OR)Source: Glassdoor
  68. 68. 30. Agilent Technologies GlassdoorCEO: Bill SullivanEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.6 / 5What employees think:“Excellent benefits, a pension plan (!), tremendous work/life balance, and generally veryskilled and dedicated colleagues.” – Agilent Technologies Business ProcessAnalyst (Wilmington, DE)Source: Glassdoor
  69. 69. 29. MasterCard statigr.am/missmbdCEO: Ajay BangaEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think:“Definite opportunities for career advancement (both lattice & ladder), attention to buildingdiversity in workforce at all levels, global business experience opportunities.” – MasterCardBusiness Leader (O’Fallon, MO)Source: Glassdoor
  70. 70. 28. JetBlueCEO: Dave BargerEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think:“Ive never seen a place with so many people who truly love what they are doing. Caring foremployees is instilled all the way up to senior management and it is real.” – JetBlueCorporate Finance Employee (Forrest Hills, NY)Source: Glassdoor
  71. 71. 27. MITRE GlassdoorCEO: Alfred GrassoEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think:“Very smart people, employees work together as opposed to competing against oneanother, valuable work, excellent work/life balance, great benefits.” – MITRE LeadCommunications Engineer (McLean, VA)Source: Glassdoor
  72. 72. 26. Orbitz WorldwideOrbitz interns GlassdoorCEO: Barney HarfordEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think:“Fast paced environment full of A players. Employees get lots of opportunities to innovate.Its the best hybrid of technology company and startup with a strong culture of "doing theright thing.” – Orbitz Worldwide Enterprise Architect (Chicago, IL)Source: Glassdoor
  73. 73. 25. Slalom Consulting GlassdoorCEO: Brad JacksonEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.1 / 5What employees think:“Slalom leadership is a great example of how true leaders can find smart people, empowerthem, and get out of their way but support them when needed.” – Slalom ConsultingManagement Consultant (Seattle, WA)Source: Glassdoor
  74. 74. 24. Trader Joes statigr.am/mrsg2008CEO: Dan BaneEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think“GREAT benefits, including an employer-paid retirement and easy acquirement of time-off.Plenty of job stability.” – Trader Joe’s Mate (Sacramento, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  75. 75. 23. Citrix Systems GlassdoorCEO: Mark B. TempletonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think“The career opportunities are excellent. Citrix promotes from within the company this meansthat managers know and understand employees.” – Citrix Escalation Engineer (FortLauderdale, FL)Source: Glassdoor
  76. 76. 22. Salesforce.com Wikimedia CommonsCEO: Marc BenioffEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think“Great compensation, energy and culture. Integrated philanthropy from day one of your joband most managers and teams encourage it throughout your career at the company.Always innovative and usually a safe space to take risks and be creative.” – Salesforce.comEmployee (San Francisco, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  77. 77. 21. REI GlassdoorCEO: Sally JewellEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think“Great communication with management, fabulous work-life balance, benefits for part-time,schedule flexibility, ability to make decisions on your own--no micro management.” – REISales Specialist (Greenville, SC)Source: Glassdoor
  78. 78. 20. Cummins GlassdoorCEO: Tom LinebargerEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think“Friendly people with challenging projects. Company emphasizes on community services aswell so you will get lots of chances to participate in relevant events. Good place to start yourcareer.” – Cummins Senior Engineer (Columbus, IN)Source: Glassdoor
  79. 79. 19. Workday workdayvideo via YouTubeCEO: AneelBhusriEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think“Workday is a company full of smart and dedicated people that work their butts off. I lovecoming to work and being around professionals that are willing to help each other and listento each other.” – Workday, Inc. Principal Consultant (Pleasanton, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  80. 80. 18. Shell Oil USShell engineers Shell via YouTubeCEO: Marvin E. OdumEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think“The wealth of knowledge and project exposure is very good. They are an industryheavyweight and set standards for how the rest of the industry does business.” – Shell OilUS Geologist (Houston, TX)Source: Glassdoor
  81. 81. 17. Akamai GlassdoorCEO: Paul L. SaganEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think“People, Management, Technology, and Customers that you cannot beat combined withgood pay for performance, work place flexibility, and driven culture for those who like tocompete and win.” – Akamai Employee (Cambridge, MA)Source: Glassdoor
  82. 82. 16. Gartner Gartnervideo via YouTubeCEO: Gene HallEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.5 / 5What employees think“The culture at Gartner is great. You work with the smartest people and have fun doing it.Good benefits and work/life balance.” – Gartner Senior Director (Stamford, CT)Source: Glassdoor
  83. 83. 15. Rackspace GlassdoorCEO: A. Lanham NapierEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think“Engaging, employee-centric, tech paradise full of energy and taking customer-focusedleading edge technology to new places.” – Rackspace Product Manager III (San Antonio,TX)Source: Glassdoor
  84. 84. 14. LinkedIn YouTubeCEO: Jeff WeinerEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.0 / 5What employees think:“The growth has been crazy and things are fast and loose as we figure out new space andcontinue to execute. I love working with so many people that are also working their dreamjob. You can feel it when you come to work each day.” – LinkedIn Employee (MountainView, CA)Source: Glassdoor
  85. 85. 13. ChevronChevron AIDS walk Chevron via YoutubeCEO: John S. WatsonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“Great benefits. Great work life balance. Lots of opportunity for advancement, training, andmobility.Excellent focus on safety.” – Chevron Geologist (Moon Township, PA)Source: Glassdoor
  86. 86. 12. Southwest Airlines NutsAboutSouthwest via YouTubeCEO: Gary C. KellyEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.2 / 5What employees think:“Wonderful benefits, freedom to fly about the country, flexible hours, great opportunities. Wework hard, and play hard...and LUV every minute!” – Southwest Airlines ServiceCoordinator (Phoenix, AZ)Source: Glassdoor
  87. 87. 11. CareerBuilder GlassdoorCEO: Matt FergusonEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think:“You are rewarded for hard work- Company trips are second to none, you get to take a plusone and they spoil the hell out of you.” – CareerBuilder Senior Account Executive (Chicago,IL)Source: Glassdoor
  88. 88. 10. Boston Consulting Group Thirteen.orgCEO: Hans-Paul BürknerEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.0 / 5What employees think:“Its obvious that managers, partners, staff, even office heads go out of their way to makelife better for its employees. The atmosphere is fair and transparent, especially consideringthat its a private company.” –Boston Consulting Group Associate (Chicago, IL)“High- priority projects at top companies, great opportunities to make connections acrossindustries, and the opportunity to work with some of the smartest people in the world” –Boston Consulting Group Employee (Washington, DC)“Very few workplaces offer the types of challenges that you can get at BCG. BCG targetsthe best students from the top undergraduate and MBA programs. This makes BCG a muchmore enjoyable place to work because you know that you are working with the best.” –Boston Consulting Group Principal (Dallas, TX)Source: Glassdoor
  89. 89. 9. In-N-Out Burger GlassdoorCEO: Lynsi MartinezEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.1 / 5What employees think:“In N Out takes pride in the employees and product. They provide a great first job as well asroom for growth. They hold monthly meetings and showcase outstanding employees.” – In-N-Out Burger Employee (San Diego, CA)“The people are wonderful. Everyone gets along great and its always a good time whenyoure at work.” – In-N-Out Burger Level III Employee (Chandler, AZ)“Great attitudes of all associates. Managers are just as hard working as employees. Greatbase pay for employees.Chance to move up in company.” – In-N-Out Burger Level IIIEmployee (Frisco, TX)Source: Glassdoor
  90. 90. 8. National Instruments GlassdoorCEO: James J. TruchardEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.8 / 5What employees think:“They put their employees first. When other employers lay off in droves, NI hangs on,relying on cash they have consistently put away for the inevitable economic recession.” –National Instruments Digital Hardware Engineer (Austin, TX)“NI provides great feedback to employees in a systematic way so you know that you aredoing your job correctly or if you need to improve in any way. Parties and happy hours inthe office are common place and it is very easy to become great friends with yourcoworkers here.” – National Instruments Software Engineer (Austin, TX)“A youthful company with large growth and opportunities in a city that is good to start acareer in. The vision of the company is unique and the upper management understands theneed to invest in people (especially R&D).” – National Instruments Staff SystemsEngineer (Austin, TX)Source: Glassdoor
  91. 91. 7. Edelman GlassdoorCEO: Richard W. EdelmanEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.9 / 5What employees think:“Tons of people that are: smart, engaging, thoughtful, and hard working. You can literallycarve a path for yourself doing what you want to do and you are set up for success.” –Edelman Employee (New York, NY)“Excellent opportunities to grow and learn at this huge "mom and pop" consultancy. I lovethe intelligence, passion and commitment of the people I work with, and the challengingassignments keep me engaged.” –Edelman Vice President (New York, NY)“Team oriented, open door environment with ability to have a high level of autonomy andresponsibility, as long as you communicate and continue to fulfill whats expected of you.” –Edelman Senior Account Supervisor (Washington, DC)Source: Glassdoor
  92. 92. 6. GoogleGoogle employees with the Android Gingerbread statigr.am/misserockCEO: Larry PageEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.0 / 5What employees think:“Lots of perks and great work life balance! Google really cares about their employees andtheir products and it shows. Its great to be a part of such amazing innovation, and havingthe opportunity to work with such great minds.” – Google Site Reliability Engineer (SanFrancisco, CA)“Google is very generous to its employees. Everyday it provides healthy and free food,drinks and snacks. There are lots of recreation and events inside Google. Employeessatisfaction rate is also very high.” – Google Software Engineer (Mountain View, CA)“The people, the culture, and the constant innovation - makes coming to work everyday afun routine.” – Google Account Executive (Chicago, IL)Source: Glassdoor
  93. 93. 5. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center GlassdoorCEO: Ronald A. DePinhoEmployee satisfaction rating: 3.7 / 5What employees think:“Great benefits, including tuition reimbursement and a nice gym on campus to work out in.MD Anderson also has a great mentoring program for developing your professional goalsand making connections with employees in other departments.” – M.D. Anderson CancerCenter Research Assistant (Houston, TX)“The quest for knowledge is appreciated here and majority of the people who work herereally love what they do.” – M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Research Coordinator (Houston,TX)“Forward thinking, progressive organization doing cutting edge research.Many opportunitiesfor progress and growth. Well run.” – M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Employee (Houston,TX)Source: Glassdoor
  94. 94. 4. Bain & Company GlassdoorCEO: Bob BechekEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.3 / 5What employees think:“Bain has built an incredibly special culture that is down to earth, collegial, supportive,intellectually stimulating, and just out right fun. I absolutely love coming to work here andtruly miss the office and our people when Im away.” – Bain Consultant (Boston, MA)“Everyone works as a team, always willing to help out, never let a Bainie fail. We do excitingwork and have great learning opportunities while having worklife balance.” – BainConsulting Support Staff (Boston, MA)“Fantastic place to learn the full set of what it means to run a business, balancing bothinnovation and pragmatism. You will not find a more thoughtful, intelligent group of peoplewho truly view the clients business as their own, and work hard to solve the problem (whileremaining humble).” – Bain Manager (Chicago, IL)Source: Glassdoor
  95. 95. 3. Riverbed Technology GlassdooeCEO: Jerry M. KennellyEmployee satisfaction rating: 4.3 / 5What employees think:“The company is evolving and growing with a cohesive story while capturing marketopportunities. Working with a bunch of smart people in an open and collaborativeenvironment is thoroughly challenging, stimulating and enjoyable.” – Riverbed TechnologyTechnical Staff Member (Cambridge, MA)“Management maintains the agility and sense of community from when Riverbed was astart-up even as it grows into a billion dollar business.” – Riverbed Technology Senior QAEngineer (Sunnyvale, CA)“Exciting place to work with a great culture. Its great to see so many smart people pulling inone direction to get the job done.” – Riverbed Technology Product Marketing Director (NewYork, NY)Source: Glassdoor

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