On today’s episode of the Business Beat, Jeff suggests using Glassdoor’s list of the Best Places to Work in 2022 as inspiration as you go about hiring or looking for work during the Great Resignation
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Good morning, Paul! Today’s Business Beat is presented by our good friends at Digital Resource. The Great Resignation as it’s known, that is the exodus of employees from their current employment, has been a dynamic change in both American business and American lifestyle, all driven by the pandemic, of course.
So today on the Business Beat for all those companies seeking new employees, and for those employees may be looking for a fresh start, a little inspiration for you. We’re featuring the rankings of the 100 Best Places to Work in America, rankings by Glassdoor.
Now Glassdoor bases these rankings on feedback from current and former employees to questions like the following: How satisfying do you find your current job? How do you feel about the company leadership and how about your overall compensation and benefit? So what big companies made the list? Well, Rivian help desk and software developer service all made the list as did well-known names, such as Apple, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and Zoom.
So who’s No. 1? It’s Nvidia, the tech company that designs graphics processing units for the gaming industry. Nvidia takes that spot from Bain and Company, which held it last year. They’re now at No. 3, HubSpot’s at No. 2.
Glassdoor’s list of the best small companies to work for? Companies like Sprout Social, coming in at 44, Grammarly at No. 14. And No. 1 on the list? That belongs to KlientBoost, a digital marketing consultancy. You can access the full list at startupnation.com.
So look. For those companies seeking employees, use these rankings as a benchmarking opportunity to make sure you’re a great place to work for against the standard. And if you’re an employee seeking employment, if you’re going to work, you might as well work for a great company to work for, right? There you have it.
I’m Jeff Sloan, founder and CEO of startupnation.com, and that’s today’s Business Beat brought to you by Dell Technologies on the Great Voice of the Great Lakes, WJR.