Facebook leads list of 100 'Best Places to Work'

Facebook leads list of 100 'Best Places to Work'

And this week, Ultimate also was ranked No. 3 on this year's 50 Best Workplaces for Diversity list by Fortune and consultant Great Place to Work. That means it beat out companies like Google (No. 5), Lululemon (No. 6), and Microsoft (No. 39). CEO Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, has ranked among the top 10 CEOs each of the last several years, placing first overall in 2013. Since we cover technology over here at TechCrunch, we broke out the top 10 tech companies from the list.

Glassdoor, the site that tracks employee satisfaction with their place of work, has just released this year's top 100 U.S. companies.

"We know today's job seekers are more informed than ever about where they go to work, researching everything from company culture to career opportunities to pay philosophy and more", said Robert Hohman, CEO of Glassdoor.

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The job-hunting website on Wednesday released its list of top large companies to work for, as voted by employees. Reviewers commonly cited concerns about work-life balance inside tech and consulting companies, due to long hours and unnecessary meetings, says Mr. Dobroski.

On Glassdoor, current and former employees of companies worldwide can share insights and opinions about their work environments by sharing a company review, created to capture a genuine and authentic inside look at what it's like to work at particular jobs and companies.

The insurance firm was praised for trusting its employees and offering them opportunities to develop themselves with "driven, bright people" who have been successful in their careers. The final list is compiled based on Glassdoor's proprietary algorithm, which takes into account quantity, quality, and consistency of reviews.