Top 3: Hottest Employers to Work for in 2020

Almost every job seeker desires to work for a high-end company that offers exceptional career opportunities, compensation and benefits, effective leadership, work-life balance, and vibrant culture. However, with so many employers in the market –approximately 5.6 million in 2016, it can be overwhelming to choose the best one.

Fortunately, Glassdoor comes in handy to compile a list of the best places to work each year. The job site ranks the companies based on over 55 million employee reviews. If you are looking for a job in 2020, these are the top three companies to consider.

1: HubSpot

With a rating of 4.6, employees ranked Massachusetts-based HubSpot number one for the first time. The marketing software firm climbed 15 spots from last year. It has featured in the Glassdoor top companies list five times in the past.

HubSpot earned the number one position because of its focus on four crucial elements –diversity and inclusion, learning and development, customer-centricity, and remote work. Also, it strives to build an incredible culture based on open communication and honesty.

Employees affirm that the company’s unlimited vacations, paid family leave, and numerous health insurance benefits make it an incredible employer. They get unprecedented flexibility and ample family time.  One of the reviews on Glassdoor praises the company for its efforts in creating a diverse and inclusive work environment where every employee is comfortable to work. If you stay with HubSpot for five years, you get a four-week paid sabbatical and an equivalent of $5,000 bonus. Who wouldn’t like that?           

2: Bain & Company 

Headquartered in Boston, Bain and Company is the second-best company to work for in 2020. This company dropped from position one last year to number two this year. It is the highest-ranking consulting firm and the only one that made it to the top 10. Bain & Company is among the three companies that have featured on Glassdoor’s annual ranking since the launching of the ranking in 2008.

The tech-giants Google and Apple, are the other two companies that appeared on Glassdoor since its inception. Regrettably, the two companies did not make it to the top 10 this year despite their high salaries and desirable office perks. One of the reasons for this sudden decline of the tech giants’ ranking is their rapid growth that has increased public scrutiny.

Bain & Company’s exceptional culture accounts for the company’s prestigious recognition year after year. The firm is praised for its attention to personal growth and development. Apart from hiring the top talent, Bain & company creates an environment for the employees to thrive professionally and personally. Also, the company’s CEO, Manny Maceda, is among the top-rated CEOs nationwide.

3: DocuSign

Coming in at number three, DocuSign is an electronic signature enterprise headquartered in San Francisco. The computer hardware and software company has been among the top 25 best workplaces for the last three years. It attributes its success to its commitment to offer a work environment for employees to thrive and ‘do the best work of their lives’.

Employees commend the company for its cultural values and exemplary leadership. Also, they praise DocuSign for plenty of growth opportunities, great benefits and compensation packages, supportive culture, and amazing people. One employee review on Glassdoor acclaims DocuSign’s dedication to employees’ success, excellent work-life balance, and responsive management.

Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award recognizes companies that offer the best workplaces and company cultures. It uses employee reviews and feedback about their work environment and workplace attributes to rate the firms. If you are looking for a job in 2020, the top companies list will be beneficial in identifying potential employers.

What are you waiting for? Drop your CV in these top three workplaces. You never know, you may get an opportunity to work for the best-in-class employers! Also, we welcome youto read what employees have to say of their employers.        

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