Which are the best companies to work for?

9 December 2015

smiley-face A company called GlassDoor have compiled all the best companies to work for, which is good news for people looking for a nice place to work.

Among the top were easyJet and Waitrose, which is nice for their staff. Interestingly, the London Underground also got a look in, even though loads of staff went on-strike earlier in the year. Top of the pile though, was travel company Expedia, who give their staff free breakfasts each month!

As ever, John Lewis made an appearance, who always do well when it comes to looking after their workers.

Oxfam were the only charitable organisation to appear in the list, and internet behemoths Google were high up the list.

Anyway, enough of this - let us look at the full list and, if you work (or have worked) for any of these companies, feel free to vehemently disagree and slag your boss off.

Top 25 UK employers (company rating in brackets)

1. Expedia 4.4
2. Hays plc 4.4
3. AKQA (Web developer) 4.2
4. GE (Energy company) 4.2
5. Schuh Limited 4.1
6. Oxfam 4.1
7. ARM Holdings 4.1
8. Google 4.1
9. Unilever 4.0
10. London Underground 4.0
11. PageGroup (Recruitment agency) 3.9
12. easyJet 3.9
13. Arup (Fire engineer) 3.9
14. Amec Foster Wheeler 3.9
15. Royal Dutch Shell 3.9
16. John Lewis 3.9
17. J.P. Morgan 3.9
18. Cisco Systems 3.9
19. Goldman Sachs 3.9
20. Credit Suisse 3.9
21. PwC 3.8
22. Yell 3.8
23. Procter & Gamble 3.8
24. Kantar Worldpanel 3.8
25. Waitrose 3.8

TOPICS:   Economy

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