Business Insider reports on a new list from Great Places To Work that details the top 25 places to work around the world. The list is created based on employee surveys and audits of company policies and practices. In the past year, these workplaces have generated 120,000 new jobs because of their innovative and genuine environment.
“They have developed work cultures that align with their business, encourage innovation and support their employees both personally and professionally, and that accomplishment deserves to be recognized,” Robert Levering, co-founder of Great Place to Work, told Business Insider.
Google and Microsoft were among the top ranking large technology companies in the list, finishing in 2nd and 5th place respectively. Silicon Valley firm NetApp finished third, while other notable mentions include FedEx at 7th, PepsiCo. at 11th, Intel at 15th, McDonald’s at 20th and Cisco at 21st. Apple did not rank on the top 25 list, while Coca-Cola dropped off the list.