Who doesn’t want to work in a happy environment?
When you’re miserable, any job will seem terrible. So it’s important to find a workplace that’s a pleasant place to be.
So how can you separate companies with genuinely happy employees from the firms with cheery social media feeds that don’t reflect reality?
Compensation and career site Comparably recently ranked the happiest large companies in the US. The site based the results on anonymous employee reviews of companies with over 500 employees between September 2017 and September 2018. At least 50 employees had to leave reviews for a company to be considered.
The survey included a number of questions pertaining to workplace happiness, and accrued five million ratings across 45,000 US companies. As it turns out, tech companies fared well in the rankings.
Here’s a look at the companies that boasted the happiest employees, including a quote from a satisfied employee of each company:
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