So You Wanna Work for a Good Company?

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It’s that time of year again – no, not almost time for the Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day or even St. Patrick’s Day (though I’m sure we’re looking forward to all of those events).

Fortune magazine has published their annual list of the 100 best companies to work for, citing employers with high job growth, the best benefits and pay and lowest turnover rates.

Here’s a handful of how different companies measured up in this years’ list:

Best companies

  1. Google
  2. Quicken Loans
  3. Wegmans Food Markets
  4. Edward Jones
  5. Genentech

Best health care benefits

Best work-life balance

  1. Edward Jones
  2. Recreational Equipment
  3. Shared Technologies
  4. Johnson Financial Group
  5. David Weekley Homes

Best Compensation

  1. Bingham McCutchen: Average annual pay, $211,017
  2. Arnold & Porter: Average annual pay, $194,575
  3. Alston & Bird: Average annual pay, $190,135
  4. Shared Technologies: Average annual pay, $187,137
  5. Nixon Peabody: Average annual pay, $178,016

Lowest turnover

  1. S.C. Johnson & Son: 2% turnover
  2. Herman Miller: 3% turnover
  3. Alcon Laboratories: 3% turnover
  4. Cisco Systems: 4% turnover
  5. Southern Ohio Medical Center: 4% turnover

For Fortune’s full list of the 100 best companies, click here.

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