The 25 best companies to work for, based on employee satisfaction
- Fortune recently released its list of the top 100 companies to work for in 2020.
- The list is based on employee satisfaction surveys, which ask questions about employees' feelings about their ability to reach their full potential at the company.
- The financial and insurance industry, as well as information technology, dominated the list.
- Check out which companies made it to the top.
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Hunting for a new job? Fortune recently released its list of the top 100 companies to work for in 2020, created in collaboration with Great Place to Work.The rankings are based on employee surveys asking over 60 questions centered around employees' ability to reach their full potential at the company. Inclusion is one of the most essential factors for employee satisfaction, according to Fortune.Advertisement
Nearly half of the companies in the top 25 are in the financial and insurance industry or IT industry, but others that made the cut include hospitality, health care, and professional services.
The top 25 also include many of the same companies as last year, although some such as Hilton and Capital One Financial climbed up the list.Check out which companies made it into the top 25.
24. Capital One FinancialAdvertisement
23. David Weekley Homes
22. Southern Ohio Medical CenterAdvertisement
21. Plante Moran
19. Navy Federal Credit Union
18. Camden Property TrustAdvertisement
17. Veterans United Home Loans
15. Texas Health Resources
14. Pinnacle Financial PartnersAdvertisement
12. The Cheesecake FactoryAdvertisement
10. Kimpton Hotel & RestaurantsAdvertisement
9. American Express
7. Edward Jones
3. Wegmans Food Market
2. Ultimate SoftwareAdvertisement
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