Facebook Drops From 1st to 7th for Best Place to Work


Glassdoor calculates its ranking each year for the top USA large employers by considering any company with at least 1,000 employees and at least 75 approved reviews, left voluntarily on Glassdoor's site, that were received over the year.

Chamberlain says the company audits the reviews for any signs of stuffed ballot boxes by employers, looking for suspect IP address patterns, for example.

Some are household names, like Facebook - which was #1 on the 2018 list but dropped several spots following a scandal-filled year.

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Meanwhile, 29 tech companies made Glassdoor's list of the top 100 places to work, more than any other industry.

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Tech companies took a third of the top spots in terms of best places to work based on employee ratings, according to a Glassdoor report.

It is possible that Facebook slipped in the list this year because of all the controversies that have surrounded it. Unlike many awards related to the workplace, Glassdoor actually collate input from employees who voluntarily provide anonymous feedback on aspects about their job, work environment, and employer over the past year.

If your 2019 resolutions include getting a new job, you'll want to consider companies where the employees themselves are happy overall. An In-N-Out database administrator said, "They offer great training and have a great support structure", while a software engineer at Procore reported opportunities for career growth. Others companies that made the cut are lesser known but are still providing exceptional experiences for their employees. Google 9. lululemon 10. Of late, Google employees have reportedly protested against the company over various issues, including issues related to sexual harassment at work, or the company's controversial projects such Dragonfly that is supposedly a censored version of Google search engine for China. There were seven Seattle-area tech companies on the list past year.

Reviews had come from current and former employees between 23 October, 2017 and 21 October, 2018. Significantly, while Amazon doesn't figure in the top 100 on the list, Microsoft is at No. 34 with a rating of 4.3 and Apple is at No. 71 with a rating of 4.3.