Top 25 Companies for Compensation and Benefits

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At #13, Qualcomm has an overall satisfaction score of 4.0 out of 5 for compensation and benefits. From the way we communicate with people to the way we interact with the things around us, mobile changes everything. And Qualcomm is helping shape this new, connected world, engineering ground-breaking mobile chipsets and software; developing enabling technologies such as augmented reality, ad-hoc networking and context awareness; and creating solutions to tackle the growing demand for mobile data. Founded in 1985, the company now has annual revenue of over $10 billion (USD).

Review highlights:

  • "Great work-life balance, stable company, great sense of contribution to the world."
  • "Opportunity to learn cutting-edge technology."
  • "Great benefits, great people, great challenges - innovation."
  • "Good benefits, flexibility to move with the company to different teams."
  • "Good work-life balance, Nice weather in San Diego, Encouraging work environment."

While many factors play into the notion of feeling satisfied with your job and your employer, without a doubt one of the top criteria is adequate compensation and benefits. Let's face it, having adequate financial resources just makes life easier. Feeling that your company appreciates your contribution and supports your well-being, well, that doesn't hurt either.

Recently, identified the Top 25 Companies for Compensation & Benefits based on workplace insights shared on their website by people who know these companies best – the employees. Based entirely on U.S. employee feedback shared over the past 12 months, employees report high satisfaction with not only pay, but also overall benefits packages and perks like free food or even company-wide trips to Hawaii.

Not surprisingly, tech-related companies were well represented on the list, including Google, which took the number-one spot with a 4.4 out of 5 rating for compensation and benefits. Also on the list were Facebook, Riverbed, VMware and Microsoft, just to name a few.

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