Our friends at Forbes wanted to figure out which companies have made the biggest gains in employee happiness year-over-year. So, naturally, they came to us. We took a dip in our Olympic-sized database of employee happiness stats and quickly delivered the desired info.
Check out our findings below, or Read the full Forbes article.
|Rank||Company||% Change -- BlissScore||Average Salary|
|1||Qualcomm||+30.2% -- 4.7||$83k|
|2||Philips Healthcare||+15.6% -- 4.1||$70k|
|3||Insight Global||+12.5% -- 4.1||$55k|
|4||Oracle||+9.4% -- 4.3||$94k|
|5||Comcast||+8.9% -- 4.0||$46k|
|6||State Farm||+6.8% -- 3.7||$41k|
|7||Time Warner Cable||+5.8% -- 4.3||$46k|
|8||Ericsson||+5.7% -- 4.2||$81k|
|9||Microsoft||+4.1% -- 4.2||$85k|
|10||Xerox||+3.8% -- 3.8||$60k|
About Our Data
We looked at more than 70,000 company reviews submitted by employees to CareerBliss in 2012 and 2013 to create this list. To be considered, a company had to have at least 10 reviews. Company reviews measure employees' satisfaction with several factors that affect employee happiness, such as compensation, company culture, coworkers and management. BlissScores are on a scale of 1 to 5. Average salaries are derived from compensation info submitted by members of the CareerBliss community.