Facebook, LinkedIn Crack Top 10 on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work 2017 List - NBC Bay Area

Facebook, LinkedIn Crack Top 10 on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work 2017 List

In-N-Out Burger came in at number seven.

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    Facebook, LinkedIn Crack Top 10 on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work 2017 List
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    LinkedIn is the eighth best company to work for nationally and the fifth-best in New York City in 2017.

    What to Know

    • Bain & Company is the best large employer on Glassdoor's 2017 'Best Places to Work' list

    • Facebook is the second-best large employer to work, while Google, LinkedIn and Adobe round out the top 10

    If you're a Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn employee, chances are you like your job more than the next person. 

    Jobs and recruiting website Glassdoor released its 2017 edition of its annual list of the 50 best places to work on Wednesday. The list is compiled using employee feedback on benefits, salary and pros and cons of working for the employer.

    Bain & Company is the best company to work for. The management consulting firm's comprehensive benefits program, which offers low co-pays and an employee wellness program, has consistently remained a top five place to work for the past seven years. 

    Employee reviews say the "tough, but rewarding" work culture makes a job at the firm the "best post-MBA job to have." Bain also boasts the highest-rated CEOs on Glassdoor for a second straight year.

    Runner-up Facebook is the second-best large company to work for in 2017. The social network offers its employees 16 weeks of paid maternity or paternity leave, an extra month more than the 12 weeks mandated by New York state.

    Gooogle, LinkedIn and Adobe were the other top ten large companies to work for. In one review, a LinkedIn employee wrote "Generation X and [Baby] Boomers need not apply", which implies the professional social networking service's work culture is millenial-friendly. 

    In-N-Out Burger came in at number seven.

    Tech companies who made the top 20 were: Salesforce, Intuit and SAP.

    NBC New York contributed to this report.

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