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Glassdoor: Best tech companies to work for in 2021

Glassdoor: Best tech companies to work for in 2021

Glassdoor simply launched its annual rating of the very best corporations to work for in 2021. We broke out the highest 10 tech corporations from the checklist of enormous companies (1,000+ workers) in addition to from the small to medium-sized enterprise checklist.

For the big enterprise checklist, the rankings are based mostly on worker suggestions from corporations with greater than 1,000 workers. Through Glassdoor, workers fee corporations based mostly on issues like their CEO, profession alternatives, compensation and advantages, tradition and values, and work-life stability. To be thought-about for the big checklist, every employer wanted a minimum of 75 rankings throughout every of the office attributes. For the SMB checklist, corporations wanted a minimum of 75 rankings to be thought-about.

Without additional ado, listed below are the highest 10 tech corporations to work for within the U.S., in response to Glassdoor. In parentheses, you’ll discover every firm’s total rating on the checklist of the 100 greatest corporations together with the common worker ranking.

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Best tech corporations to work for in 2021

  1. NVIDIA (#2, 4.5)
  2. HubSpot (#4, 4.5)
  3. Google  (#6, 4.5)
  4. Microsoft (#9, 4.5)
  5. Facebook (#11, 4.4)
  6. LinkedIn (#13,4.4)
  7. DocuSign (#15, 4.4)
  8. KnowBe4 (#16, 4.4)
  9. Salesforce (#17, 4.4)
  10.  RingCentral (#18, 4.4)

Now, listed below are the highest 10 tech startups to work for in 2021, in response to Glassdoor’s checklist of small- to medium-sized companies.

Best tech startups to work for in 2021

  1. Ike (#3, 4.9)
  2. Harness  (#6, 4.9)
  3. Lendio (#8, 4.9)
  4. Jobot (#9, 4.9)
  5. Lower (#10, 4.9)
  6. Orchard (#16, 4.8)
  7. SimplrFlex (#17, 4.8)
  8. Flockjay (#21, 4.8)
  9. Wonolo (#24, 4.8)
  10.  Thrasio (#27, 4.8)

*We excluded Asana from this checklist, which ranked at #14, because it’s a public firm. We additionally excluded Ping Identity from this checklist on account of the truth that it has practically 1,000 workers and is arguably past the startup part of operations.

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