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.

“Helping the World Run Better”—An Interview with Jewell Parkinson, SAP’s Head of Human Resources

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In today’s hyper-connected world, technology underpins countless everyday actions and transactions. And when it’s working really well, we don’t even know that it’s there.

Perhaps that’s why the enterprise software firm SAP—though well known in business—is not a household name, even though most of us likely interact with the firm’s technology every day. So central is SAP to the global …

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Best Places to Work: Compensation and Benefits

We all want a job that gives us a sense of fulfillment at the end of the day. But the ability to provide for a family or retirement is fundamental. The vast majority of people who work need to make a living, making compensation one of the most important aspects of a job.

Much more than just a single number, …

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Shaping Our Future: The Top Tech Companies to Work For in 2018

Not every company can provide its employees with the opportunity to say that they work on products that have changed the world. But when it comes to the tech sector, many can make the claim.

Facebook did it with social media, Apple with the smartphone and Google with its search engine, and that’s to name just a few. These and …

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Culture is King: Companies with the Best Culture in 2017

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Building a strong company culture can have lasting positive effects for your organization. Not only does great culture have the power to boost satisfaction for current employees, but it can attract the type of talented individuals who share your company’s values. And with more organizations focusing on the employee experience, you risk falling behind if you don’t make culture a …

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