SLIDESHOW: Best Employers for Work Life Balance 2013
- 1. Mitre
Mitre - imagine working for a company that encourages an employee to take time off and not log in overtime? Based in Massachusetts, Virginia and 60 offices around the world.
- 2. North Highland
2. North Highland - this Atlanta consulting firm oversees 800+ employees and has spent the past six years named one of the top four companies to work for by Consulting Magazine.
- 3. Agilent Technologies
3. Agilent Technologies - advancing the world's measurement technology, this company was voted one of the best places to work for the LGBT community by the Human Rights Campaign.
- 4. SAS Institute
4. SAS Institute - number three on Fortune Magazine's list of 100 Best Companies to Work For, as well as offering employees a wide range of office amenities from gym to affordable cafeteria food.
- 5. Career Builder
5. Career Builder - this company focuses on find employees the right employers as well as making their own environment of online recruiting one that results in 94% approval rating for their CEO.
- 6. REI
6. REI - this outdoor outfitter wants its employees to get outside - and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and number eight on Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For
- 7. National Instruments
7. National Instruments - repeatedly chosen as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune Magazine, this tech company's environment is all about focusing on the needs of the individual employee.
- 8. LinkedIn
8. LinkedIn - this popular career website provides a laid-back environment as well as many opportunities for career advancement.
- 9. FactSet
9. FactSet - this international financial services company rivals Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters and has a 90 per cent retention of employees because of its well-known offerings and amenities.
- 10. United Space Alliance
10. United Space Alliance - based in Houston, Texas, this aircraft maintenance and repair company scored high marks for employee satisfaction and environment.