All posts categorized in: Best Places to Work

What are the top companies to work for in the world? It’s an important question, and here at Indeed we have data that can help answer it. With over 15 million employee reviews, Indeed is the largest online resource of its kind on the subject. Read these blog posts to discover leading companies that are building a strong employer brand — and which are recognized by their employees as a best place to work.

Global Mission, Grassroots Spirit: An Interview with Habitat for Humanity’s COO Tjada McKenna

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Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, and the recent earthquakes in Mexico have led to widespread devastation, and it will take the communities affected years to recover. In disaster situations like these, many organizations step in to help victims get the crucial assistance they need.

But when it comes to providing long-term solutions to housing crises, one of the most experienced …

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The Power of Purpose: The Best Nonprofits to Work For in 2017

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These days, more and more companies are putting an emphasis on the social purpose of what they do, providing their employees with reasons to feel inspired by their jobs.

Given how much time we all spend at work, this is a positive trend. But there’s also no question that nonprofits remain the clear leaders when it comes to a dedication …

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“Go Out and Give”—An Interview with Ana Recio, Salesforce’s SVP of Global Recruiting

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For two years running, Salesforce has claimed the number one spot on Indeed’s Best Places to Work list of Fortune 500 companies.

The enterprise software giant, founded in 1999 by CEO Marc Benioff and a group of fellow former Oracle executives, secured its top ranking by earning stellar reviews on Indeed’s Company Pages. Here, employees praise the company’s culture, rave …

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The Best Hospitals to Work For in 2017

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We already know that doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers play a crucial role in keeping us healthy. But thanks to dramatically increasing demand for people with the skills and experience to look after us when we’re sick, these professionals are poised to become even more highly valued.

What’s behind this surging demand? It’s largely fueled by overwhelming numbers of …

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