While Facebook made the list the past three years, there are 10 companies that have been recognized as a Best Place to Work since the awards debuted in 2009. Companies to win all five years include: Apple, Bain & Company, CareerBuilder, Chevron, General Mills, Google, McKinsey & Company, MITRE, National Instruments, and QUALCOMM. There are 21 companies that are first-time recipients of the Employees' Choice Award including: In-N-Out Burger, Workday, JetBlue, MasterCard, and IKEA.
Nearly half a million company reviews were submitted to Glassdoor during the past 12 months, which help put their employers in the running for this award. The Glassdoor company review survey asks employees to rate their satisfaction with the company overall and key workplace factors, such as career opportunities, compensation and benefits, work/life balance, senior management, as well as culture and values. The list was compiled using Glassdoor's proprietary algorithm and the overall ranking determined using each company's overall Glassdoor rating. For the purposes of this list, the overall company rating is the cumulative average rating from US-based employees who participated in the survey between November 24, 2011 and November 13, 2012.
The complete list of the Glassdoor 2013 top 50 Best Places to Work is below.
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