Since the beginning of the pandemic, a lot of benefits and HR leaders have put lots of time and resources into creating an engaging and compassionate company culture that attracts and keeps talent. Three years later, these 10 companies have risen to the top.
Comparably, a platform that provides compensation and culture data for public and private companies, has announced its sixth annual “Best Company Culture” winners, rating the top 100 companies with 500 or more employees.
Using anonymous employee feedback that was submitted to Comparably’s website over the past year, the platform examined which companies saw the most positive responses. The questions focused on 16 core culture metrics, such as compensation, career growth and leadership. With over 15 million anonymous ratings on 70,000 companies, the ranking pulls directly from employees’ experiences with their workplace.
This year HubSpot took the top spot, replacing RingCentral, which was ranked #1 in 2021. A total of six companies that were named top 10 last year remained in the top. Companies like Farmers Insurance and Zoom Media Communications did not make it to the top 100 despite previously placing sixth and ninth, respectively.
The following are 10 companies with the best work cultures — together with anonymous employee feedback.
“Working at HubSpot has been transformational for me personally and professionally. I feel both supported and challenged by coworkers who are world-class in what they do. I have never been in an organization that has nailed culture as well as HubSpot has.”
Palo Alto Networks-Santa Clara, California
“The culture is great, everyone is very excited about the future and feels connected to the company’s mission and vision. It’s a great place to work.”
“I’ve never worked anywhere quite like Workday. We get so much right when it comes to culture and putting people front and center of the org.”
“The culture in RC is truly one of the best. I have been in this industry for more than 10 years, and I have never seen such a fun and loving environment.”
ADP-Roseland, New Jersey
“I believe in the diversity and inclusion of associates. I love the culture we have and what we drive every day to make it a better workplace for all of us.”
Chegg-Santa Clara, California
“I feel like it is ok to be me at Chegg. I feel like I have a better understanding of my coworkers thanks to the many wonderful programs and benefits.”
Boston Consulting Group-Boston
“Company culture is amazing; people are lovely and intelligent. Being in this environment makes me want to constantly learn, improve and contribute.”
SAP-Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
“Open feedback culture. Appreciation culture. Trust and no micromanaging culture.”
“Excellent culture. Excellent benefits. I love it here, surrounded by brilliant minds.”
Adobe-San Jose, California
“I am in awe of how authentic our leadership and company culture appear to be. Adobe is involved in so many ‘outside of work’ activities and events.”
If you have not made it on to the list of top 10 companies with best work culture, try implementing new ideas into your workspace. A good idea could be to offer better employee benefits. Make sure your offering a warm and clam environment. All in all, if your company is reasonable and treats everyone with respect they will perform better and that will result in benefits for your company growth.