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27 December 2019
UK’s top 10 employers for 2020

Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, has announced the winners of its sixth annual UK Employee’s Choice Awards.

Glassdoor’s analysis was based on reviews of companies with more than 1,000 workers, which were completed online by current and former employees between October 2018 and October 2019.

These are the top companies to work for in the UK in 2020, according to Glassdoor:

1. Google

2. Equal Experts

3. Salesforce

4. Hiscox

5. Softcat

6. Abcam

7. Microsoft

8. SAP

9. Topps Tiles

10. Arup

11. Las Iguanas

12. Mace

13. Cisco Systems

14. ICP Nurseries

15. Arcadis

16. easyJet

17. Johnson & Johnson

18. Rentokil Initial

19. United Utilities

20. Shell

21. Royal London

22. J.P. Morgan

23. Nandos UK & IRE

24. American Express

25. NIKE

26. Bromford

27. O2

28. Siemens

29. GlaxoSmithKline

30. Rolls-Royce

31. wagamama

32. Apple

33. Capgemini

34. Unilever

35. Accenture

36. AXA UK

37. Facebook

38. Goldman Sachs

39. Taylor Wimpey

40. Ford Motor Company

41. AstraZeneca

42. Cafe Rouge

43. Turner and Townsend

44. REED

45. Bella Italia

46. Barratt Developments

47. Iress

48. BBC

49. Schuh Limited

50. Bloomberg L.P.

 

Winners were ranked based on their overall rating that was obtained over the last year on a five-point scale, with five being the most satisfied ranking. With a rating of 4.5/5, an anonymous Google employee commented on Glassdoor that you work with “genuinely passionate, smart, friendly people. Interesting problems to solve and extremely collaborative culture.” Another said the tech giant ‘allows you to work with cutting edge technology’ as we as ‘within a great, diverse culture where you will learn constantly.’

“Workers are increasingly prioritizing culture over cash and research consistently shows that culture is the leading driver of long-term employee satisfaction,” Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist at Glassdoor.

“However, being a culture-first organization isn’t about expensive perks, but about articulating a clearly-stated mission that resonates with employees’ own aspirations and fuels their best performance,” he added.

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