Seattle Companies Earn Recognition as Great Places to Work in New Rankings

The national rankings are based on employee reviews submitted to job and recruiting platform Glassdoor
Updated: Wed, 12/11/2019 - 08:06
 
 
  • The national rankings are based on employee reviews submitted to job and recruiting platform Glassdoor

Five Seattle-area companies have earned spots on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work in 2020 rankings.

In a national ranking of large employers, Microsoft, Costco, tech consulting company Slalom and T-Mobile made the grade in the top 100 ― with Microsoft at No. 21 on the list, followed by Costco, 55; Slalom, 56; and T-Mobile, 63.

In the ranking of the top 50 small and medium-size employers, Seattle-based sales-enablement tech company Highspot Inc. earned a sixth-place showing.

The top metro areas in the large employer rankings were the San Francisco Bay Area, with 20 companies; New York City, with nine companies; and Boston, with eight companies. The top industries in the rankings were technology, 31 companies; health care, nine companies; and retail, eight companies.

The Glassdoor Best Places to Work in 2020 rankings are based on company reviews and ratings submitted by current and former employees between Oct. 23, 2018 and Oct. 21, 2019. When submitting company reviews to job and recruiting platform Glassdoor, employees are asked to rate how satisfied they are with their employer across a number of areas, including compensation and benefits, culture and values, management and work-life balance.

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