Congratulations Glassdoor Best Places to Work Winners!

Female employee at work at a Glassdoor Top 100 company

Around here, we know our clients are positive-culture trendsetters.

So seeing 35 – count ‘em, 35! – on Glassdoor’s 100 Best Places to Work in 2021 list? Yeah – we’re totally not surprised either. 

“This year’s winning employers have proven that even during extraordinary times,” Glassdoor’s CEO said of the results, “they’ll rise to the challenge to support their people.” 

How do you make the list? 

The complicated answer concerns qualitative evaluation, algorithms, and math.  

The simpler answer is employees like their companies. A lot. And they go on Glassdoor to stay so. Words like balance (as in work/life), inclusion, support, care, and benefits came up often.

A sampling:

“They really upped their game on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” - #1, Bain & Company (did we mention, a client?). 

“They put a HUGE emphasis on work life balance” - #6 Google (did we mention, a client?)

“Company really cares about the wellness of its employees, especially during COVID-19. Benefits are amazing” -- #14, LinkedIn (did we mention – a client). 

“BCG promises to invest in their employees’ growth & professional development and they 100% make good on that promise” – #12 Boston Consulting Group, (did we mention, a client…we could do this all day).

Congratulations:  Adobe, American Express, Apple, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Bristol Myers Squibb, Capital One, CDW, Cisco Systems, Eli Lilly and Company, Equitable Advisors, Facebook, Google,  Hilton, Intuit, Johnson & Johnson, LinkedIn, Merck, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mastercard, McKinsey & Company, Microsoft, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Northwell Health, Northwestern Mutual, Novartis, NVIDIA, PayPal, Pfizer, Qualcomm, Salesforce, Stryker, T-Mobile, VMWare, Walt Disney Company.   

And a shoutout to all the companies taking care of their employees.  

Thanks for showing everyone how it’s done!

Written by: Lisa Oppenheimer

January 27, 2021

About the Author

Lisa Oppenheimer at Bright Horizons

As Director, Brand Storytelling at Bright Horizons, Lisa writes “from the trenches” about the real life challenges of people in today’s workplaces: from the tensions of being a working mother, to working with millennials in the digital age, and everything in between. With a career ranging from freelance to full-time, Lisa brings a diverse employment background to her perspective.