Glassdoor announces Employees' Choice award winners, recognising best places to work in UK for 2015
This is the first year Glassdoor has published a list of the Best Places to Work in the UK, based entirely on UK employee insights submitted over the past year. Unlike any other workplace awards, the Employees’ Choice Awards are based solely on the input of employees who anonymously and voluntarily provide feedback, via the Glassdoor company reviewsurvey, about their job, work environment and company.
The 2015 awards honour companies in three different categories: 25 Best Places to Work UK – new this year (based on UK employee feedback) 50 Best Places to Work – U.S. (recognising employers with 1,000 or more employees based on U.S. employee feedback) 50 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For – U.S. (recognising employers with fewer than 1,000 employees based on U.S. employee feedback). Winners are ranked based on their overall company rating achieved during the past year. (Ratings based on a 5-point scale: 1.0very dissatisfied, 3.0OK, 5.0very satisfied.)
The top five Best Places to Work UK in 2015are: Google(#1, 4.4 rating), John Lewis(#2, 4.3 rating), Microsoft(#3, 4.1), Accenture(#4, 4.0 rating), Jaguar Land Rover(#5, 4.0 rating).
The top five Best Places to Work in 2015- U.S. are:Google(#1, 4.5 rating), Bain & Company(#2, 4.4 rating), Nestle Purina PetCare(#3, 4.4 rating), F5 Networks(#4, 4.3 rating), Boston Consulting Group(#5, 4.3 rating).
The top five Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For in 2015- U.S. are: Motley Fool(#1, 4.6 rating), Fast Enterprises(#2, 4.6 rating), Evolent Health(#3, 4.6 rating), Intacct Corporation(#4, 4.6 rating),TubeMogul(#5, 4.6 rating).
Robert Hohman, Glassdoor CEO and co-founder, said, “Millions of employees around the world are turning to Glassdoor each month to share their work experiences and research companies. It is this type of authentic feedback that helps others find jobs and companies they love, and allows us to honour employers who stand out for their efforts in providing an enjoyable work environment and culture. I am proud to celebrate the 2015 Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards winners in earning this tremendous achievement.”
The Glassdoor company review survey gathers employee opinion on some of the best reasons to work for their employer (pros), some of the downsides (cons), and encourages employees to provide advice to senior management. Employees are asked to rate how satisfied they are with their company overall, how they feel their CEO is leading the company, as well as key workplace attributes like career opportunities, compensation & benefits, culture & values, senior management and work-life balance. In addition, employees are asked whether they would recommend their employer to a friend, and what their opinion is on the company’s business outlook in the next six months.
The lists were compiled using Glassdoor’s proprietary algorithm. Ratings are based on reviews from employees who participated in the survey between 13 November, 2013 and 2 November, 2014, and the overall ranking determined based on the quantity, quality and consistency of reviews. For reporting simplicity, the ratings for the Employees’ Choice Awards winners are displayed to one decimal space although the calculations extend beyond the thousandth to determine final rank order. A complete copy of the Glassdoor company review survey along with information about the award methodologycan be requested via email to: pr [at] Glassdoor [dot] com.
SEE THE 2015 WINNERS:All winners of the Glassdoor 2015 Employees’ Choice Awards, along with employee commentary, videos and photos, can be found by visiting:
· 25 Best Places to Work UK
· 50 Best Places to Work(U.S.)
· 50 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For(U.S.)
Want to see the winners in person? Find out more about the Glassdoor Best Places to Work Roadshow, stopping in London, England, along with San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Houston and New York. Sign up to learn more about this free event.