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Companies That Emphasize Balance – 7/19

Glassdoor reveals third-annual list of companies with favorable work-life balance.
Balancing work and life is on a steady decline. Glassdoor data shows the average work-life balance rating has dropped from a 3.5 in 2009, to a 3.4 in 2011, to a 3.2 in 2013. But there are still organizations that won’t compromise.
Glassdoor revealed its third annual list of Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance, recognizing the highest-rated companies for work-life balance over the past year, entirely based on employee feedback. To qualify for the list, companies must have at least 50 work-life balance ratings on Glassdoor within the past year and at least 10 the year prior.
1. SAS Institute
2. National Instruments
3. Slalom Consulting
4. Mitre
5. Orbitz
6. Scotttrade
7. Mentor Graphics
8. FactSet
9. Agilent Technologies
10. Nokia
11. MathWorks
12. Autodesk
13. Aol
14 Citrix
15. GlobalLogic
16. Yahoo
17. Tieto
18. MasterCard
19. Moringstar
20. Shell
21. Robert Bosch
22. Chevron
23. REI
24. STMicroelectronics
25. NetApp
For companies looking to increase their work-life balance, here’s feedback from actual employees about the benefits they reap at the high-performing companies on this survey.
Flexible schedule
Own office space
Relaxed dress code
No travel
Career growth programs
Low stress
Family friendly
Work remotely

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