As our troops trade in their uniforms for suits and ties, CareerBliss salutes the top 10 companies that are putting our heroes back to work.
The CareerBliss data evaluate the key factors which affect work happiness, including: work-life balance, one's relationship with their boss and co-workers, their work environment, job resources, compensation, growth opportunities.
|Rank||Company||Bliss Rating 1=Poor, 5=Good||Average Salary||All Available Jobs|
|1||Dell||4.23||$66,576||View Jobs (7785)|
|2||Sprint||4.11||$59,736||View Jobs (1831)|
|3||3M||4.09||$59,000||View Jobs (1811)|
|4||Microsoft||4.00||$78,452||View Jobs (6822)|
|5||Verizon Communications||4.00||$76,854||View Jobs (1734)|
|6||Bank of America||4.00||$57,522||View Jobs (1325)|
|7||General Dynamics||4.00||$74,175||View Jobs (6302)|
|8||American Red Cross||4.00||$54,576||View Jobs (603)|
|9||Lockheed Martin||3.98||$73,065||View Jobs (9369)|
|10||Intel||3.97||$80,000||View Jobs (4006)|
Methodology - May 2012
The CareerBliss data evaluates the key factors which affect work happiness, including: work-life balance, one's relationship with their boss and co-workers, their work environment, job resources, compensation, growth opportunities, company culture, company reputation, their daily tasks, and job control over the work that they do on a daily basis. The data accounts for how an employee values each factor as well as how important that factor is to the employee's overall happiness. Each review is given an average score indicating where the company places between one and ten. All assessments are derived from April 2011 – April 2012 employee generated reviews. The CareerBliss data also analyzed job opportunities at companies that require military experience, ranking the top 10 companies with the highest number of job openings and highest bliss rating.
* Bliss Rating: Overall job happiness score assigned by employees. Bliss Rating is derived from company reviews which evaluate each of the key factors that contribute to the overall happiness in the workplace.show me less «