Skip to comments.Employees Say They LOVE Working For These 20 Tech Companies
Posted on 12/12/2012 12:13:56 PM PST by SeekAndFind
Glassdoor just released its ranking of the 50 best companies to work for in 2013.
20 of these companies are tech companies, including Apple, Google, and Facebook.
Glassdoor compiled a bunch of quotes from employees at these firms, explaining why they love working where they work so much.
20. Eaton empowers its employees by supporting them wholeheartedly
Company Rating: 3.8
CEO Approval: Sandy Cutler, N/A
Management takes care of the employees. Eaton Leadership Development Program (Cleveland, OH) This is a great opportunity to really make a difference. I feel empowered and supported by management to make positive changes. The company takes its culture and values seriously. We do business right! Eaton Product Planning (Cleveland, OH)
19. SAP rewards it employees for taking initiative
Company Rating: 3.9
CEO Approval: Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe, 100% Employee Feedback:
The communication is a big factor that works for SAP. Teams can collaborate globally and get projects accomplished. SAP Sales Support Associate (Newton Square, PA)
There is always opportunity to learn at SAP. I also loved the fact that SAP values and rewards initiative. You can make anything you want out of your time. SAP Knowledge Management Employee (Newton Square, PA)
18. Qualcomm pays its employees well and co-workers feel like family members
Company Rating: 3.9
CEO Approval: Paul Jacobs, 94%
"LIVELY is the word. Your work is well respected. Open door policy helps you to network to everyone in the office. Family like atmosphere. Many new interesting events help you keep energized with work. Qualcomm Applications Engineer (San Diego, CA)
Great benefits, competitive pay, good people, and a unique company structure and culture that sets things apart from other companies of similar size. Qualcomm Software Engineer (San Diego, CA)
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Very rich benes, shoes-optional dress code, and the opportunity to potentially get rich on an IPO scam. What’s not to love?
My son works for one of those companies and he’s quite satisfied with his employer.
What’s the scam about initial public offerings?
How many are Union companies?
These top companies are relatively new, tech-focused, employ lots of very bright people, and pay very well. You won’t see many union employees despite the voting patterns of the employees. These companies are burdened with relatively few regulations compared with, for example, oil, chemical, or manufacturing companies. I would guess the employees are relatively young and not too concerned about high taxes, yet. The companies are often around Boston or Silicon Valley. If you are a MIT or Stanford grad, these companies probably seem a lot like your college.