100 Best Companies to Work For

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What makes a company a great place to work? According to Glassdoor’s “2019 Best Places To Work,” it is a combination of, among other things, strong management, benefits, culture, and work-life balance.

“The 100 Best Places To Work” is part of Glassdoor’s 11th annual Employees’ Choice Awards. The top 100 list covers large companies — those with more than 1,000 employees. The period during which the research was collected ran from Oct. Dec. 23, 2017 to Oct. 21, 2018. Each company considered had to have at least 75 “approved reviews” from workers based in the United States.

Much of the high end of the list includes technology companies and consulting firms, but they do not dominate the top 25.

The leading companies include consulting firms Bain, Boston Consulting Group, and McKinsey & Company. The tech companies in the top 25 include some of the most well-known companies in the industry, such as LinkedIn, Google, Facebook, and Salesforce. There are also several lesser-known tech companies, such as Zoom Video Communications, Procore Technologies, HubSpot, and DocuSign.

The top of the list also includes several consumer-facing companies that deal with hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions, of customers a year. These businesses include In-N-Out Burger, lululemon, Southwest Airlines, and Trader Joe’s.

Glassdoor’s “2019 Best Places To Work” is one of the most widely followed ratings of well-regarded companies. According to Glassdoor, it is its most widely followed research each year. That, in turn, provides a benefit to the companies, which pick up some positive exposure they are not likely to get anywhere else.

We’ve added for each company the latest annual revenue figures.

Rank Company Company Rating Annual Revenue
100 Morgan Stanley 4.2 $37.95 billion
99 World Wide Technology 4.2 $10.4 billion
98 Kaiser Permanente 4.2 $72.7 billion
97 FLIK Hospitality Group 4.2 $116.3 million
96 Raising Cane’s 4.2 $966 million
95 EY 4.2 $34.8 billion
94 Chevron 4.2 $141.72 billion
93 BOK Financial 4.2 $1.54 billion
92 Expedia Group 4.2 $10.06 billion
91 Gensler 4.2 $1.19 billion
90 Sport Clips 4.2 $1.5 billion
89 Texas Health Resources 4.2 $4.5 billion
88 Accenture 4.2 $36.77 billion
87 HP Inc 4.2 $52.06 billion
86 Edward Jones 4.2 $7.5 billion
85 FedEx Freight 4.2 $64.45 billion
84 Massachusetts General Hospital 4.2 $8.76 billion
83 Phoenix Children’s Hospital 4.2 $1.19 billion
82 NetApp 4.2 $5.91 billion
81 Discount Tire 4.2 $4.4 billion
80 Deloitte 4.2 $43.2 billion
79 Costco Wholesale 4.2 $32.36 billion
78 Great Lakes Caring 4.2 $565.2 million
77 Texas Instruments 4.3 $3.75 billion
76 Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants 4.3 $1.78 billion
75 Goldman Sachs 4.3 $32.07 billion
74 Aptive Environmental 4.3 $37 million
73 BAYADA Home Health Care 4.3 $1.2 billion
72 Omni Hotels 4.3 $2 billion
71 Apple 4.3 $265.6 billion
70 Travelers 4.3 $28.9 billion
69 Cisco Systems 4.3 $49.33 billion
68 MD Anderson Cancer Center 4.3 $4.28 billion
67 VIPKID 4.3 $517.8 million
66 Memorial Sloan Kettering 4.3 $4.45 billion
65 Oshkosh Corporation 4.3 $7.71 billion
64 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital 4.3 $16.11 billion
63 John Deere 4.3 $29.7 billion
62 Paycom 4.3 $433.01 million
61 Hilti North America 4.3 $5.13 billion
60 Rose International 4.3 $324 million
59 T-Mobile 4.3 $40.6 billion
58 AppDynamics 4.3 $150.6 million
57 Keller Williams 4.3 $67.1 billion
56 Boston Scientific 4.3 $9.05 billion
55 AvalonBay Communities 4.3 $2.16 billion
54 ABC Supply Co 4.3 $9.3 billion
53 Vi 4.3 $1.16 billion
52 Northside Hospital 4.3 $7 billion
51 VMware 4.3 $496 million
50 Crowe 4.3 $3.7 billion
49 Johnson & Johnson 4.3 $76.45 billion
48 SpaceX 4.3 $1.04 billion
47 The Clorox Company 4.3 $6.12 billion
46 Wegmans Food Markets 4.3 $8.7 billion
45 Nebraska Furniture Mart 4.3 $1.22 billion
44 Kronos Incorporated 4.3 $1.3 billion
43 Equity Residential 4.3 $2.47 billion
42 Blizzard Entertainment 4.3 $7.02 billion
41 Cengage 4.3 $1.46 billion
40 TaskUs 4.3 $117.3 million
39 NIH 4.3 N/A
38 Intuit 4.3 $5.96 billion
37 E&J Gallo Winery 4.3 $4.8 billion
36 NVIDIA 4.3 $9.7 billion
35 Trilogy Health Services 4.3 N/A
34 Microsoft 4.3 $110.36 billion
33 Illumina 4.3 $2.29 billion
32 Compass 4.4 $14.76 billion
31 H-E-B 4.4 $25 billion
30 Adobe 4.4 $7.3 billion
29 Navy Federal Credit Union 4.4 $6.03 billion
28 Delta Air Lines 4.4 $44.24 billion
27 SAP 4.4 $23.5 billion
26 Fast Enterprises 4.4 $79.55 million
25 Smile Brands 4.4 $118.08 million
24 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 4.4 N/A
23 Trader Joe’s 4.4 $13.3 billion
22 Sammons Financial Group 4.4 $1.13 billion
21 Ryan, LLC 4.4 $394.74 million
20 Paylocity 4.4 $377.58 million
19 McKinsey & Company 4.4 $10 billion
18 Ultimate Software 4.4 $940.7 million
17 DocuSign 4.4 $518 million
16 HubSpot 4.4 $375.6 million
15 Power Home Remodeling 4.4 $520 million
14 Slalom 4.4 $1 billion
13 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 4.4 $1.97 million
12 Intuitive Surgical 4.4 $3.13 billion
11 Salesforce 4.4 $10.48 billion
10 Southwest Airlines 4.4 $21.17 billion
9 lululemon 4.4 $2.65 billion
8 Google 4.4 $110.86 billion
7 Facebook 4.5 $40.65 billion
6 LinkedIn 4.5 $2.99 billion
5 Boston Consulting Group 4.5 $6.3 billion
4 Procore Technologies 4.5 $55.6 million
3 In-N-Out Burger 4.5 $575 million
2 Zoom Video Communications 4.5 $27.31 million
1 Bain & Company 4.6 $3.4 billion