Workers Choose the Ten Best Tech Employers

By Dennis McCafferty
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    "The people here all live and breathe our values, and it is truly inspiring to come to work every day. Our work is educating professionals. I hear stories each day about how we have transformed their lives."

If you thought social media was taking over the world, then the following Glassdoor list of the best tech companies to work for should only confirm this impression: The top three slots are taken by some of the most well-known social networking sites on the planet. Of course, there are plenty of other tech niches represented in Glassdoor's annual "Employees' Choice: Best Places to Work" awards, including software development, unified communications, business process automation and—in the case of Google—enough IT-related pursuits to make your head spin. As always, we've included samples of Glassdoor's employee reviews of the included companies. (Certain comments were lightly edited in the interest of clarity.) While these reviews have a lot to say about plentiful food and drinks, fitness classes, scooters, onsite health care and cube-decorating competitions, we're focusing less on perks and more on the career development side of the respective corporate cultures. The rankings were compiled based on more than half a million company reviews from employees.

This article was originally published on 2013-12-27
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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