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Best Companies to Work for

"Best companies to work for" and similar lists are linked below. Best companies to work for lists are published by popular magazines, such as Fortune and Forbes, and by job banks, professional associations and such.

Best companies to work for are selected based on various criteria, depending on the nature of each list.

For example, some are chosen because they allow "family-friendly" alternative work arrangements, such as telecommuting and flex hours. See the descriptions under the links below for more information.

Most best companies to work for lists include company profiles and links to company Web sites, for finding employment contact information and conducting further research. For those that don't, try searching the Web for same.

100 Best Companies to Work for
Fortune Magazine publishes its 100 Best Companies to Work for list annually. Selection is based on employee ratings. Along with its signature Fortune 500, Fortune Magazine also publishes a few other flavors of "best" lists, such as America's Most Admired Companies. Hosted by CNNMoney.com, which also hosts best companies to work for and related lists from Money Magazine and Business 2.0 Magazine.

100 Best Companies to Work for in Information Technology
The best companies to work for as information-technology (computer) workers, courtesy of Computerworld. Chooses companies based on how well they treat IT workers, according to IT-worker surveys.

100 Best Companies to Work for Working Mothers
Each year, Working Mother Magazine selects the best companies for working mothers. Selection is based on family-friendly policies and practices, such as allowing telecommuting, flex hours and work sharing, and a variety of other factors.

Best Companies to Bring Babies to Work
Parenting in the Workplace Institute maintains this list of "baby-friendly" companies in the U.S., that allow parents to bring their babies to work.

Best Companies to Work for Commuters
Best companies to work for, according to the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), because they provide commuting benefits to employees that reduce air pollution. Examples of such benefits include telecommuting, free or inexpensive bus passes, and carpool and vanpool assistance.

Best Companies to Work for Employee Ownership
Looking to stake your claim in a large company? Check this list of 100 large companies that are at least 50-percent owned by employees, through employee stock ownership plans, profit sharing trusts or stock purchase plans. Published by The National Center for Employee Ownership, a nonprofit organization.

Best Companies to Work for Executive Women
The top 50 companies that "give more than lip service to advancing women" in helping them to break through the glass ceiling, according to the National Association for Female Executives. (See also Executive Jobs.)

Best Companies to Work for Latino Women
LATINA Style 50 is a special report recognizing corporate America's diversity initiatives and commitment to advancing the careers of professional Hispanic women. Published annually since 1998, by LATINA Style Magazine.

Best Companies for Workers Over Age 50
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) annually publishes a list of the best companies to work for, if you're over 50 years old. Selection is based on commitment to attracting and retaining aging baby boomers.

Best Jobs in America
The Top-50 Best Jobs in America plus supporting articles, by Money Magazine. Selected based on job growth, pay, stress level and other factors. Hosted by CNNMoney, which also hosts best companies to work for and related lists from Fortune Magazine and Business 2.0 Magazine.

Best Places to Work in Federal Government
Annually rates job satisfaction among U.S. government employees at dozens of Federal employers. Rating criteria include leadership effectiveness, skills/mission match and work/life balance. Provided by the Partnership for Public Service and American University’s Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation.

Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America
The top 25 of each, according to the Great Place to Work Institute. Selected based on credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.

Forbes Best Companies Lists
Forbes Magazine publishes several flavors of best companies to work for lists, in addition to several other types of "best" lists. Examples of companies lists published at this writing are the 200 Best Small Companies, 400 Best Big Companies and 25 Fastest-Growing Tech Companies.

Search Best Companies to Work for Lists
The Great Place to Work Institute helps Fortune Magazine (linked above) and other publications create "best companies to work for" lists. The Institute provides a search engine, so that you may search those lists for your ideal company.

Top Entry Level EmployersTop Job Bank (Most Popular) - Click For More
The best companies for landing entry-level jobs according to CollegeGrad, a top job bank for students and recent grads. Selection is based on the number of entry-level workers the companies plan to hire for the year.

World's Most Ethical Companies
The Ethisphere Institute, an advocate of business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability, picked these companies based on a variety of factors that indicate ethics.

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