Facebook Tops Glassdoor List For Best Workplaces

Galtero Lara
Diciembre 7, 2017

Workplace review site Glassdoor has released its rankings of Employees' Choice Awards for 2018's Best Places to Work, with Facebook topping the list for the third time. The 2017 Employees' Choice Awards rely exclusively on company reviews shared by employees based in the United Kingdom between 1st November 2016 and 22nd October 2017. The tech giant from California, with headquarters in Cupertino, experienced its rank downhill by a serious of 48 spots from No. 36 to No. 84 on the same list.

We are all aware of the fact that Apple has always remained an extremely high rated and one of the most favourite employer, with an average of 4.3 out of 5 rating, when Glassdoor prepared the list of a rating that rose up minutely by only a 0.1 in comparison to the a year ago.

Global management consulting firm Bain & Company is the second best place to work, followed by Boston Consulting Group, In-N-Out Burger and Google.

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Common complaints among current and former Apple employees on Glassdoor paint a picture of a company that is somehow "strapped for resources" despite having more money than any firm in history, internal politics that can make advancement hard, and heavy pressure to "deliver at a high standard with quick turnaround".

Among its differentiators are "industry-leading benefits that include annual mental health benefits of up to $10,000 for employees and each dependent" and opportunities for flexible and remote working arrangements. "Nobody is going to pat you on the back for your work, and you're expected to advance your own career, or find the mentorship you need", one Apple employee wrote on Glassdoor.

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