Popular job review website Glassdoor.com recently released its "Best Places To Work 2020" lists.
These lists are always fun to read, but they are subjective like any lists of this nature. However, there's still a lot that can be learned from them, including the things these high-ranking companies have in common that help make them successful.
Booz Allen Hamilton has built a strong relationship with the U.S. military through the years. Not only was the business founded by a veteran, but the company has a number of U.S. military and government clients.
So, it should come as no surprise that the company has earned a strong reputation as being friendly to military personnel, military spouses, and veterans. It's a reputation the company is proud of and works hard to maintain.
The SeatGeek employee roster includes a classically-trained opera singer, a retired contender on the competitive eating circuit, and an all-American fencer, to name a few. Having such a unique and diverse workforce under one roof is something that SeatGeek takes pride in. Not only does it create a fun company culture, but it lends itself to endless ideas and perspectives
By the end of 2015, Power Home Remodeling Group was a growing company with a strong culture that had just been named as the best place to work for millennials by Fortune Magazine.
But Michael Hansen saw the potential for so much more.
Employees at Toast, or Toasters as they are referred to at work, have a lot to be excited about.
Toast, Inc., headquartered in Boston, is a cloud-based restaurant software company that provides restaurants with a management and point of sale system. Toast's services are currently in high demand, which means endless growth opportunities for current Toasters and numerous job opportunities for prospective Toasters.
Drift is the fastest-growing technology company in Boston, but it remains committed to fostering a company culture of openness and teamwork.
On the surface, that may not seem like an easy task for the conversational marketing platform that has gone from 82 employees to 300 in 18 months, and could be up to 475 employees by the end of 2020.
When it comes to caring about employees, Malouf believes that actions speak louder than words.
The Utah-based bedding and furniture manufacturer honors that belief by offering a strong benefits package to not only make Malouf an attractive place for new talent, but to build camaraderie among current employees, making them want to stay with the company over the long-term.