Congratulations to the many SMB focused companies that made it to Fortune’s list of the best companies to work for.
This list includes:
Intuit, Microsoft, Symantec, Cisco, and Adobe.
Fortune writes High-tech can also mean high worker satisfaction. Both small and large companies made our top ten, from behemoth Microsoft, to tiny chip supplier Xilinx. Employees at Microsoft love the stock grants, health benefits, and the company’s match of charitable donations, while workers at Xilinx are awarded stock options upon hire and a profit-sharing bonus. Though most companies had moderate to high job growth, all earned high marks for generous perks. Employees praised moderate grower Genentech for its generous 401(k) program, ample paid time off, and SAS for day care and vacation benefits. Workers at software maker Adobe Systems, in San Jose, Calif., enjoy a fitness center, basketball and bocce courts, as well as a seasonal farmers’ market. And, almost every worker has a private office. What’s not to love? Read the full article here
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