Apple sat between P&G and FedEx at Glassdoor's Employees’ Choice Awards 2014
Apple's position is preceded by Procter & Gamble at the 34th place and followed by FedEx at the 36th place. The company has an overall score of 3.8 based on 2558 ratings, while Tim Cook's approval rating is based on 1152 votes.
According to Glassdoor's summation of common keywords found in employee reviews, the Pros of landing a gig at Apple are "working with great people, great hours and great benefits" and "meeting a lot of great people since you are always in the public eye". Meanwhile, the Cons are "Being relentlessly driven also means it is not easy to achieve work/life balance", and the long hours when handling product launches. Although, employees state the latter is actually "the best part of Apple".
As for other technological companies, last year's employee heaven, Facebook, has slipped from the top spot to the 5th place. This year's top-employer is consulting giant Bain & Company, followed by Twitter at position 2 and LinkedIn at position 3. Google has settled for the respectable 8th spot after finishing 6th last year. One would expect to see its name in the Top 5, given the company's reputation of pampering its employees.
Further down the list, you'll find Qualcomm at position 13, MathWorks at position 22, Red Hat at position 23 and Intel near Apple territory at position 33. Finally, Texas Instruments' 45th spot shows the old-timers are still relevant in the dynamic tech industry.
source: Glassdoor via Apple-Insider
1. PapaSmurf (Posts: 6621; Member since: 14 May 2012)
I'd pick to work at Google. The free food, laundry, massages, etc. definitely would make me live there lol. They deserve higher than no. 8.
2. LordCaedus (Posts: 48; Member since: 01 Nov 2013)
My sister's best friend's husband works for Google out in California and he raves about it. He says it is the best place he has ever worked for and would recommend it to anyone who is looking to go there.
4. XperiaFanZone (Posts: 838; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
And if one of the employees die, Google will pay their families for 10 years.
6. PBXtech (Posts: 623; Member since: 21 Oct 2013)
/fortune/best-companies/They are in this report.