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These are the top 15 US technology companies to work for 2019, according to Glassdoor – TechCrunch

It has been quite the tumultuous year in the technology industry, especially for companies like Facebook. Google, Tesla and Salesforce.…

It has been quite the tumultuous year in the technology industry, especially for companies like Facebook. Google, Tesla and Salesforce. And based on Glasdad’s latest ranking of the best companies to work for – in addition to employee protests and walkouts – it is obvious that employees are paying attention.

Not surprisingly, Facebook is ranked as the best big company to work for the United States. After Scandal Scandal, employees’ feelings on Facebook decreased from an average of 4.6 grades in Q1 2018 to 4.3 in Q4. Although it is still seventh among companies employing 1,000 people or more in the United States

Meanwhile, Salesforces ratings have been dropped from 4.5 to 4.4, but ranking has increased from 1

5th best overall last year to 11th best this year. It is worth noting that no technical company achieved more than a 4.5 overall rating. Last year, top technology companies (Facebook, Google and HubSpot) came to 4.6. TL; DR Employees are generally less satisfied with technology companies than last year.

But without further ado, here are 15 best techniques to work for 2019.

Satya Nadella, Managing Director of Microsoft Corp., talks during an Economic Club of New York event in New York, USA, Wednesday, February 7, 2018. Nadella discussed the responsibility tech companies need to take over the future of artificial intelligence . “Wage, hierarchical, deep-rooted long-term relationships / loyalty in teams made it difficult for new team members.”

CEO: Robert Reffkin

Positive Employee Reviews: “Great management and leadership, great staff and agents, great importance to being your most authentic self and maximizing your strengths. Great benefits.”

] Negative Employee Reviews: “Would be Great to Have a 401K a Day!”

Managing Director: Shantanu Narayen

MUMBAI, INDIA 3 May 2017: Shantanu Narayen, Chairman, President and CEO, Adobe, photographed during a round table media conference in Mumbai. [Photo of Abhijit Bhatlekar / Mint via Getty Images]

Positive Employee Reviews: “Great Culture, Fun People, World-Class Products! People Were Anxious to Help and Improve Customer Experience”

Negative Employee Reviews: “Leadership Team Was Distant From Product Competency And Misunderstood How To Affect Product Development Team”

Managing Director: Bill McDermott [19659018] Photographer: Martin Leissl / Bloomberg via Getty Images

Positive Employee Reviews: ] “Flexible, inclusive, innovative culture, generous benefits and payroll packages, lots of really smart people here.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “Long hours, change frequently and quickly, and sometimes projects are done without good change management.”

CEO: Martin Rankin

Positive Employee Reviews: “Good wages and benefits. Strong culture to be supportive, cooperative and give back to society. Interesting work and opportunities to try different types of projects on different Places “

Negative Employee Reviews:Between to high amount of mandatory or non-mandatory-than-expected overtime. Good for young, single professionals but demanding for families.

Not introvert-friendly, most rewards for dedication are focused on the opportunity to spend even more time in events outside work life. “

CEO: Steve Beauchamp

Positive Employee Reviews: “The product is good and I love the service / development team.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “The latest change in management across the sales team is that the culture is out of the window. The company feels like Paychex from a management view. Each call is recorded, every hour is tracked and you will Tell me if they decide that they want your opinion. Otherwise, I’ve been told on short terms about a call to “keep our mouths closed” if not asked. This is not the company I was employed 5+ years ago. “

CEO Scott Scherr

(Photo by Issac Baldizon / NBAE via Getty Images)

Positive Employee Reviews: “Great Company and Benefits, Emphasis on Keeping Employees Happy.”

] Negative Employee Reviews: “Changes take place slowly and with emphasis on keeping employees happy, leadership is sometimes afraid to make the necessary changes if it leads to employee a unfortunate. “

CEO: Daniel Springer

Positive Employee Reviews: “Overall good working life balance and supportive management.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “There is no way to promotion. No HSA or gym contributions. No incentives for parents or nursery discounts.”

CEO: Brian Halligan

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Positive Employee Reviews: “I’ve been to HubSpot now for almost 4 years and there’s nowhere else I’ve even thought about working at that time. Why? HubSpot is a good I feel that I am worth. I have great autonomy in how and when and where I work. I feel strongly about the company’s mission. Overall, I am very happy here. “

Negative employee reviews: “When the company grows, it becomes harder to scale communication and decision making. Fortunately, something is sincere for many who work to make communication easier and better.”

CEO: Marc Benioff

Positive Employee Reviews: “Very Supporting Environment. Unlimited Learning Potential. Positive Business View and Morale.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “Major Business Issues As politics are present and although much is said about “equality” and “transparency”, some departments still have the bullshitters of the ordinary companies. Many internal projects fail due to lack of leadership or management skills and much sweeping under the carpet. “

CEO : Sundar Pichai

Positive Recruitment Reviews: “Free food, subsidized massage, good benefits are all true benefits. They also make very interesting work in tech. The reputable corporate culture of openness, a flat organizational structure and acceptance of the employees’ true souls is a good ideology, but clearly sometimes a failed exercise. “

Negative Employee Reviews: ” Google’s leadership is astonishingly penny in allocating sufficient resources to projects in the form of staff , office space and budget. The success here depends on how well your boss is to police and how well you are to police with your boss, instead of actually focusing on the benefits of specific investments – the scale is too big to be accurate when

CEO: Mark Zuckerberg

SAN JOSE, CA – MAY 01: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks under F8 Facebo ok Developers conference on May 1, 2018 in San Jose, California. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivered the opening key to the FB Developer Conference, which runs until May 2nd. [Photo of Justin Sullivan / Getty Images]

Positive Employee Reviews: “The challenges we face in the wake of press releases and bad actors who abuse our platform make us unite and focus on solving problems.” [19659002] Negative Employee Reviews:Working Time Balance is Terrible. Everyone in my team works outside of normal hours, night and weekends. No one will explicitly say you have to do it but with Considering the competitive culture, you spend quite a lot on extra hours. “

CEO: Jeff Weiner

Positive Employee Reviews: “Many of the smartest and most talented leaders in Silicon Valley are here.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “Competition among incredibly bright employees is tough.”

CEO: Craig “Tooey” Courtemanche

Positive Employee Reviews: “Excellent culture, world-class people and benefits.”

Negative Employee Reviews: “ Extreme Growth Has Its Challenges, The Intent Is Getting Things Right.”

CEO: Eric S. Yuan

Positive Employee Reviews: “Great product, actually best on the market. Zoom has amazing benefits and loads of benefits in the office. There are some amazing, integrated people here on Zoom to work with. I consider many people on my team friends. The CEO really cares and listens to their employees. “

Negative Employee Reviews: ” I’m afraid that this culture has changed negatively in the past one and a half years. There are too many sellers – the upper line starts to notice and makes drastic things to get people out. There are no real territories cut out if you are not in a higher segment. The lower segments appear to be on the bottom of the totempole of the organization. “

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