Fortune has released its annual 100 Best Companies to Work For ranking.
The publication partners with Great Place to Work to determine the selection. The list includes many of the usual suspects, including tech giants and banks.
16 new companies have broken through and made the Fortune ranking, including an insurance company that made the top 10.
Check out the top 10 over the next few slides.
Best Companies to Work For #10: Camden Property Trust
Camden Property Trust (CPT) cracks this year’s top 10 after falling just short last year.
Employees get a 20% discount on rent, fully furnished vacation suites and college scholarships. Camden Property Trust operates 59,000 units across the US.
The company posted revenue of $813 million last year.
Best Companies to Work For #9: Genentech
Genentech‘s 2014 revenue added up to $16.3 billion.
The company is #9 on the ranking, thanks to the company’s financial success and light work environment. Genentech has close to 13,000 US employees.
It added about 885 employees last year.
Best Companies to Work For #8: salesforce.com
The cloud computing company reported revenue of $4 billion for 2014. Salesforce.com now has more than 10,000 workers in the US, more than doubling last year’s workforce.
Employees get 6 paid days off a year thanks to their volunteer work.
Best Companies to Work For #7: Wegmans Food Markets
Wegmans Food Markets is lucky number 7.
The supermarket chain honors its employees with “incredible service” name tags and it’s been named as Consumer Reports‘ best grocery store in America.
The company posted revenue of $7.1 billion in 2014.
Best Companies to Work For #6: Edward Jones
Edward Jones is the fourth largest financial services firm in the US.
Coming in at #6, the company has more than 11,000 branches around the nation with more than 37,000 employees. It raked in $5.7 billion in revenue in 2014.
Edward Jones makes the list for the 16th year in a row.
Best Companies to Work For #5: Robert W. Baird
Robert W. Baird has added 121 full-time jobs over the last fiscal year.
The investment company brought in $1.1 billion in revenue in 2014 under the “no a**holes here” rule stated by CEO Paul Purcell.
Robert W. Baird fires those who break that rule.
Best Companies to Work For #4: SAS Institute
SAS Institute comes in at #4.
The analytics software company was founded in 1976 by North Carolina State statistics professor. Employees get a plethora of benefits including onsite childcare, gyms and a pharmacy.
The company posted revenue of $3.1 billion for 2014.
Best Companies to Work For #3: ACUITY
ACUITY is #3 on the list.
The company is a new entry to Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, generating $1.1 billion in revenue last year. Tuition reimbursement, no cap on paid sick days and a healthy 401(k) plan are among its employee perks.
Full-time turnover is 1%.
Best Companies to Work For #2: The Boston Consulting Group
The company is offering a three- to 12- month Social Impact Leave of Absence to employees, giving them the option to work for a variety of nonprofits including the World Food Programme, Education Pioneers and Green Dot.
The Boston Consulting Group has about 2700 US employees.
Best Companies to Work For #1: Google
The tech company has now been Fortune’s #1 for the sixth year in a row. Google changed its parental leave benefits, now offering up to twelve weeks to a parent regardless of gender.
Its 2014 revenue was $55.5 billion.
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