In-N-Out Burger and Fidelity Named Among Best Places To Work in Latest Glassdoor Reviews

In-N-Out Burger and Fidelity Named Among Best Places To Work in Latest Glassdoor Reviews

Fidelity Investments, In-N-Out Burger, and other companies were listed on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2024 list, which was released on Tuesday.

With 31 of the 100 companies, the tech sector had the largest representation; 12 companies were in consulting, 11 were in finance, and 10 were in retail.

Two companies have been on the list for all 16 years, while there are 26 newcomers this year. The ranking is based on employee opinion regarding the benefits and drawbacks of their organization. 

After ranking No. 3 the previous year, Bain & Co. now holds the top spot with a 4.8 out of 5.0 rating. The business and Google, which this year scored at No. 26 with a 4.5 rating, have been on the list every year.

The review site stated that transparent leadership, adaptability, and chances for professional growth were common themes among this year’s best organizations.

Christian Sutherland-Wong, CEO of Glassdoor, stated in a statement that “work-life is rapidly changing and professionals are turning to Glassdoor to share their experiences about working for some of the most competitive employers in the world.” “Glassdoor has developed to ensure that openness is a fundamental element of the workplace of the future, not just a passing trend.”

Employees are requested to provide feedback on the best aspects of working there, drawbacks, and suggestions they would make for management during the evaluation process. Along with rating their general employer satisfaction, they also rate their satisfaction with the CEO, senior management, and important workplace features including work-life balance, diversity and inclusion, culture and values, pay and perks, and career chances.

Employees are also questioned about whether they would suggest their employer to a friend and if they have a good, negative, or neutral view of the company’s six-month business forecast.

The San Francisco Bay region (19 firms), Washington, D.C. (9 companies), New York City (7 companies), and Boston (7 companies) were the top metro headquarters. 

Boston Consulting Group saw the worst decline in ranks, dropping 84 spots to No. 91, while Hilti North America saw the largest increase in rankings, rising 84 spots to No. 16.

The top 10 large employers are:

1. Bain & Co. (4.8)

2. NVIDIA (4.7)

3. ServiceNow (4.6)

4. MathWorks (4.6)

5. Procore Technologies (4.6)

6. In-N-Out Burger (4.6)

7. VMware (4.5)

8. Deltek (4.5)

9. 2020 Companies (4.5)

10. Fidelity Investments (4.5)

Eighty percent of small and medium employers are startups, led by the top firm, Whatnot, a software and social marketplace.

With fifteen enterprises, the tech sector was most represented, followed by the healthcare, real estate, and retail sectors with seven, five, and four, respectively. The San Francisco Bay region (7 companies), Dallas (5 companies), Houston (3 companies), New York City (3 companies), and Washington, D.C. (3 companies) were the top metro headquarters.

Whatnot (4.8), WebBank (4.8), Axios HQ (4.7), (4.7), and Notion Labs (4.7) were the top 5 small and medium employers.

At a time when one in seven American workers indicate they intend to quit their job within the next year, Glassdoor’s list might offer some insight. A Yoh analysis states that while some employees stated they’d prefer to work on more interesting projects or for a different boss, the majority of respondents stated they would only quit if they were offered a better income or perks elsewhere.

According to research from The Conference Board, HR directors report that as companies look ahead this year, they have lower expectations for employee engagement and retention. Nevertheless, the majority of CHROs stated that in 2024, they intend to give corporate culture and employee engagement equal weight with leadership and workforce competencies.

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