Thursday, March 31, 2011



And the winners are...
There's a new No. 1 in town: tech powerhouse SAS. Yes, even in a tough job market, some employers dole out perks like on-site saunas, discounted massages and classes on Wii bowling. Meet this year's top 100; profiles include maps, contact info and more. More
  1. SAS
  2. Edward Jones
  3. Wegmans
  4. Google
  5. Nugget Market
  1. DreamWorks Animation
  2. NetApp
  3. Boston Consulting Group
  4. Qualcomm
  5. Camden Property Trust

They're hiring!These 22 Best Companies to Work For have at least 500 openings each right now. What kind of candidates are they looking for? More
25 top-paying companiesSenior account execs at take home an average $249,607 total compensation annually. Who else offers big paychecks? More
'I work for a Best Company!'Meet 10 people lucky enough to work for one of the top 10 employers, and see why they love their workplaces. More

Best employers in your state
California is home to the most companies on this year's list. See the top employers near you (including interactive maps) and the best places to live nearby. More
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Great benefits: Health care
14 companies on this year's list pay 100% of their employees' health-care premiums. More
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A new No. 1 best employer
SAS, a tech powerhouse, doesn't offer stock options. But it gives employees flexibility and perks so legendary that even Google uses it as a model. More
Zappos knows how to kick it
The head of Build-a-Bear traded her kid-filled existence for a day in the orderly aisles of Container Store, and vice-versa. More
Do you love your job?
What do you love about it? Good raises? Great perks? Free food? Do you just feel lucky to have a job at all these days? Send photos and videos that show us. More
Will you be looking for a new job this year?
  • Yes, I don't love my current job.
  • Yes, I'm unemployed.
  • No, I'm happy where I am.
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    Big grocer shares its bounty
    Stew Leonard’s, No. 64 on Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For, treats employees like family – and even gives them part of the profits. Watch
To choose the 100 Best, we conduct the most extensive employee survey in corporate America. More than 81,000 employees from 353 companies responded to a 57-question survey created by the Great Place to Work Institute. More

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