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A good job isn’t just about the paycheck and insurance benefits. Most people want to feel like their work is contributing to the greater good of the world.
And they want their workplaces to be fun, not miserably stressful, given how many hours of their lives they will spend there.
To that end, job hunting site Glassdoor.com sifted through its enormous database of employee reviews to come up with its 2014 list of the 25 companies that employees say have the best corporate cultures. Employees rated their corporate culture on a scale of one (lowest) to five (highest).
There are some surprises on this list for sure, including a fast-food chain that caused controversy this year with its corporate culture.
No. 25: NetApp
Employee rating of corporate culture: 4.5
What it does: Social media network
Example of great corporate culture: Because the Twitter platform is instantaneous, the work involves a lot of cutting edge technology and solving hard, interesting problems from mobile to building self-learning machines.
"Team meetings on the roof are the best, great teamwork and a lot of smart people. I love how the 10 core values drive the company to always be better." – Twitter Software Engineer (San Francisco, CA)
No. 24: Progressive
Employee rating of corporate culture: 3.9
What it does: Insurance
Example of great corporate culture: Named among the Top 100 Military Friendly Employers, GI Jobs, 2014
"Progressive is in a constant state of change and improvement, is extremely transparent and promotes a sincere customer service culture." – Progressive Insurance Claims Representative
No. 23: Discover
Employee rating of corporate culture: 4.0
What it does: Credit cards
Example of great corporate culture: Named among the Training Top 125, Training, 2012
"Discover offers great benefits. I am also very pleased with the amount of overall good they try to do as a company." – Discover Employee (Phoenix, AZ)