Salary is one of things that people take into consideration when choosing a company to work for. However, when it comes to workplaces, money is not the first priority. According to The Great Place to Work Institute, there are many factors determine a pleasant work experience. The most important attributes were listed, including "a place where you trust the people you work for, have pride in what you do, and enjoy the people you work with."
The research firm compiled a list of 25 out of 350 multinational companies which were said to make their employees happy. A multinational company may meet its employees’ desires by allowing them 40 hours of paid volunteer work a year. Another may try to find jobs for the long-term unemployed. Here are top 10 multinational companies that make their workers happy.
Kimberly-Clark was ranked No.9 on the list of the "World's 25 Best Multinational Workplaces”. The company was said to inspire its employees to aim higher and build on their legacy of innovation and excellence.
Number of employees: 57,000
Employee Growth in 1 Year: 1.2 percent
McDonald’s has made its efforts to find jobs for the long-term unemployed. The company invested much money in training and development.
Number of employees: 1,800,000
Employee Growth in 1 Year: 3 percent
SC Johnson is committed to be one of the best place to work for in the U.S. and all over the world. Besides rich history, the company offers innovative programs and services to help its employees to balance their professional and personal lives.
Number of employees: 12,000
Global revenues: $8,800 million
Marriott established many best practices in its properties. It has 129,000 employees.
Number of employees: 129,000
Global revenues: $11,691 million
FedEx - Employee Growth in 1 Year: 2.2 percent
Software developer SAS followed Google on the list of best multinational companies to work for. The company saw employee growth of 7.6 percent in one year.
Number of employees: 12,226
Employee Growth in 1 Year: 7.6 percent
Microsoft has topped the list of the best multinational companies to work for. The Internet giant met its employees’ desire by allowing them a full 40 hours of paid volunteer work a year.
Number of employees: 90,819
Employee Growth in 1 Year: 2.7 percent
Google’s employees regularly have talks with speakers, including well-known musicians and artists.
Number of employees: 28,768
Employee Growth in 1 Year: 31.9 percent
Google - Best Place to Work For