In a perfect world, everyone would love their jobs, but in reality many Americans do not. A Gallup poll conducted in 2017 found that about 70 percent of people “hate” their jobs.
Comparably came up with a ranking on where employees are the happiest. The list includes ompanies of all sizes, broken up in to large companies (more than 500 employees) and small/midsize companies (fewer than 500 employees).
According to the employees’ anonymous feedback, here are the workplaces where the staff is the happiest.
An inbound marketing and sales platform that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads and close customers is described by employees as fun, flexible, positive, influential and growing. According to Comparably, employees gave the CEO Brian Halligan, a score of 93/100 – putting him in the top 5 percent of CEOs.
Employees of the streaming service gave its culture an “A+” rating, praising its “selflessness.”
Google employees rated their teams highly, with top-notch benefits and perks.
4. Delta Air Lines
In addition to earning an award from Comparably for the “Happiest employees,” the company was also awarded in 2018 with the designation of a “best company” for compensation, best CEO for women and best CEO for diversity.
Salesforce’s CEO, Mark Benioff, is highly rated, with a 90/100 score and employees praise the company’s work/life balance.