Employees anonymously share which tech companies don't pay fairly and which ones they want to leave
Not surprisingly, those two things were closely related. Those companies that had the most employees unhappy with their pay also had the most employees interested in leaving.There were a lot of other interesting tidbits revealed in the survey as well. The employees happiest with their pay are not working at Google or Facebook, for example, they are at Netflix, followed by Dropbox.
When mapping those two questions together this list shows how some of the top companies rate: Microsoft and Apple both having a reasonably high number of respondents on Blind who aren't totally satisfied with their pay and would be amenable to greener pastures.
When looking at 10 of the hottest tech companies today, Microsoft has the most employees looking to move on in this poll: around 75%. Amazon also scored pretty high here, at around 60%. The most steadfast employees worked at Netflix, where respondents said they were most happy with their pay.Advertisement
As to which companies had the most employees in this poll dreaming of leaving? Groupon, HPE, NerdWallet and Oracle each came in at around 90%.
The employees least happy with their pay: Walmart Labs, according to this poll. A senior software engineer there earns on average $131,000 according to Glassdoor. And 40% or more of employees polled at Spotify, PayPal, Spotify, Twitter said they weren't happy with pay. Netflix peeps were happiest on pay. A senior software engineer there earns over $210,000 a year, according to Glassdoor.Advertisement
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