Top 100 Global Most Loved Workplaces® 2024

America's Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces® 2023

Creating workplaces that go beyond the standard salary and benefits package to truly inspire and motivate employees isn’t just a goal at Most Loved Workplaces®; it’s the foundation of everything we do. That’s why we’re excited to unveil America’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces list. This list celebrates organizations across America that have made a profound commitment to their employees, highlighting how company culture is key to creating environments where employees not only trust and respect, but truly love their workplace.

We’ve recognized these 100 organizations as America’s Most Loved Workplaces because their success is deeply rooted in the dedication and passion of their workforce. This group spans industries, from cutting-edge tech giants to smaller, community-focused businesses. Despite their differences in size and scope, they all share a common thread: building a workplace where employees are seen as essential to the organization’s success.

This diverse collection of companies was carefully compiled in collaboration with the Best Practice Institute, a leader in organizational research. Together, we’re celebrating America’s Most Loved Workplaces—saluting the leaders, innovators, and dreamers who are reshaping the future of work in America. These outstanding workplaces are not only achieving success in their industries but also raising the standard for organizations nationwide. They prove that when employees are truly valued, the possibilities for innovation and growth are limitless. Join us in applauding these trailblazers who demonstrate every day that a strong, employee-centered culture is the cornerstone of business success in America.

RankCompanyCategoryNo. EmployeesHQ CityHQ StateWhy it´s Most Loved
1Marriott Vacations WorldwideHospitality22,515OrlandoFloridaWhere to start with this year’s overall Number One? Last year, the global resort giant was our best newcomer and topped our “most respected” list. This year it not only repeats as the most respected employer on the list, but also finishes first in both the large-company category and is the most loved in the hospitality industry.Internal mobility is a big reason employees love Marriott Vacations Worldwide. In 2022, through individual career development and succession planning, more than 2,200 associates were promoted globally. Meanwhile, the company’s employee retention rate improved by 22 percent since the pandemic. One factor driving staff loyalty: The company increased frontline wages in all markets last year.Diversity is for real here. Women make up 54 percent of the company’s global workforce and, in the U.S., people of color comprise 45 percent of its management team. Meanwhile, all employees enjoy an extensive menu of benefits including financial counseling, tuition reimbursement, fertility and adoption benefits, transgender benefits and, of course, generous discounts on travel experiences and resort stays.
2Fairway Independent MortgageFinancial services6,162MadisonWisconsinThis employee-owned lender, our highest-ranked newcomer, also took top honors among medium-sized companies, financial services firms and for its value-driven culture. One reason for all that love: Most staffers earn above-market compensation. Meanwhile, an employee relief program last year granted awards worth more than $96 million.
3Booz Allen HamiltonInformation technology32,000McLeanVirginiaLong known for its government and military consulting business, list newcomer Booz Allen Hamilton ranked No. 1 in the professional services category. It is also the list’s “most supportive” company, aided by extensive internal resource groups that assist employees with both professional and personal development.
4Hilton Grand VacationsHospitality15,844OrlandoFloridaThis year’s No. 2 in hospitality offers employees over 1,000 different educational courses. Among them: GM Bootcamp, a development program for people who are on track to become a general manager at a Hilton Grand resort.
5EdmundsInternet/e-commerce500Santa MonicaCaliforniaEdmunds, No. 1 among small companies and the “most visionary” employer on the list, is the place to go online for new and used car prices, reviews and other auto info. Helping drive innovation: At hackathons, teams compete to come up with new products. After 10 years, employees can take a two-month paid sabbatical.
6JobotStaffing/recruiting761Newport BeachCaliforniaThis four-year-old staffing start-up, which blends proprietary AI technology and experienced recruiters, donates to global job training programs via its Give a Job Get a Job Foundation every time it makes a placement. Employees can work remotely or at the company’s beachfront headquarters.
7DatalinkSoftware150TampaFloridaTeam members at this medical information technology company love the level of collaboration here. The company holds frequent town halls, one-on-one meetings with leadership, check-in sessions with HR and employee surveys. Employee feedback has led to increases in benefits and compensation, which is in the top 15 percent of the industry.
8Wyndham Hotels & ResortsHotel1,139ParsippanyNew JerseySenior leaders listen to team members and feedback directly impacts company decisions: half-day Fridays and more flexible work arrangements (you can work remotely Monday-Friday) started with employee feedback. On-site perks include a gym, Starbucks and a nurse practitioner.
9Radio FlyerConsumer products82ChicagoIllinoisThe maker of those iconic little red wagons—this year’s most loved company in consumer products—recently earned B Corp Certification for its commitment to sustainability and social responsibility. Every year, 30 percent of “Flyers” get a promotion.
10CertiniaSoftware1,000San JoseCaliforniaCertinia, which makes enterprise resource planning software, is this year’s most admired software company. Regular town halls and accessible leadership build transparency and trust. Every year, the company shuts down for two paid days for employees to focus on their well-being.
11Jack HenrySoftware7,104MonettMissouriEmployees at this financial software maker designed the company’s Leadership Framework, which outlines expectations for associates and serves as a career development guide. The company’s employee stock purchase plan lets associates purchase JKHY stock at a 15 percent discount from fair market value.
12Ally FinancialFinancial services11,379DetroitMichiganThis online bank, car and home lender offers up to 14 weeks of paid parental leave plus education benefits like student loan repayment ($100/month, up to $10,000 lifetime), 529 plan contributions ($100/month, up to $10,000 lifetime) and tuition reimbursement ($10,000 a year).
13Brown & RidingInsurance373DallasTexasThis wholesale insurance brokerage is owned by over 50 of the company’s employees and believes in investing in its staff. It reimburses employees for courses they need to achieve professional designations, then gives them a bonus when they earn a designation.
14Automation AnywhereSoftware1,595San JoseCaliforniaFittingly for a company that makes robotic process automation software, software bots at Automation Anywhere handle repetitive tasks, so employees can focus on human challenges like developing new product ideas and building customer relationships. Every quarter has one “Stress Free Day” off.
15TuroE-commerce923San FranciscoCaliforniaTuro, a car-sharing marketplace, is No. 3 on this year’s list of the most collaborative workplaces. All full-time employees get equity. Benefits are stellar: Turo covers the full cost of health care premiums for employees (75 percent for dependents) and offers $2,000 a year for education.
16AnsysSoftware6,330CanonsburgPennsylvaniaSenior leaders at Ansys, which makes enigneering simulation software, hold regular roundtables to foster dialogue and increase inclusion. The company lets employees choose work arrangements that optimize their productivity; 92 percent say that flexibility makes them better able to manage their work.
17SAP AmericaInformation technology105,557Newtown SquarePennsylvaniaThis enterprise software maker prides itself on an inclusive culture and encouraging employees to use its technology to find new ways to solve social and environmental problems. Benefits include health care coverage for those navigating a transition and an award-winning employee share purchase plan.
18HuFood and beverage51AustinTexasThis organic chocolate and snacks maker takes the top spot in the food and beverage industry in its debut appearance. It bases compensation on role and experience, not college degree, and provides all full-time employees with a $1,000 per year learning stipend.
19FlywireSoftware1,000BostonMassachussettsThis international payments software company offers stellar benefits including an employee stock purchase plan, paid parental and family leave and flexible hybrid work schedules. Cross-functional teams spur creative problem solving and mentorship programs help employees stretch into new roles.
20Chainlink LabsInformation technology529RemoteRemoteThis blockchain technology company is big on career development: Mentorship and adviser programs offer access to industry experts, plus employees get learning stipends and are encouraged to attend conferences to help them grow. Fully remote, the company covers the cost of hardware and shared workspaces.
21Clune ConstructionConstruction688ChicagoIllinoisWorkers at this employee-owned general contractor are enrolled in the stock ownership plan after one year. The cost of health and life insurance, including for spouses and dependents, is fully covered for employees who participate in Clune’s Wellness Program.
22Southern Veterinary PartnersHealth care9,067HomewoodAlabamaThis chain of 386 veterinary hospitals in 25 states is the most loved company in the health care industry on this year’s list. All new vets enter a year-long mentorship program. The Vet Tech Vision program pays vet assistants to further their education.
23IncytePharma/biotech2,400WilmingtonDelawareThis pharmaceutical maker offers 100 percent coverage of health insurance and free health screenings. Employees get concierge service for finding caregivers, a program for chronic back and joint pain, preventive measures for diabetes and hypertension, a children’s behavioral health program and more.
24Total Quality LogisticsLogistics/Transportation9,000CincinnatiOhioThere were 6,200 promotions last year at this privately owned freight brokerage. Employees use the Idea Bank, an intranet forum, to provide feedback on everything from the cafeteria menu to software enhancements. Responses come back in 10 business days. Plus: free beer on Fridays.
25CMI Media Group and CompasAdvertising/Media1,028PhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaThis health care marketing company features leadership-led team meetings, open-door policies, suggestion boxes and FAQs. The CEO meets with everyone. All that’s led to annual bonuses, financial education workshops, family counseling, services for special needs children, tuition reimbursement and more.
26NerdWalletFinancial Services770San FranciscoCaliforniaEvery employee at this personal finance information website can get a career enrichment stipend. Benefits include 100 percent paid parental leave, 100 percent paid health insurance premiums and access to mental health tools as well as four paid Mental Health Days and paid sabbaticals.
27Kraken Digital Asset ExchangeFinancial services2,300RemoteRemoteRemote global teams with employees in more than 60 countries collaborate across time zones on products for this cryptocurrency exchange. The company offers grants for home—with in-home fitness and well-being coaches. Nearly 40 percent of Krakenites receive some salary in digital assets.
28MoveworksSoftware447Mountain ViewCaliforniaMoveworks, which makes AI chatbot software for large corporate customers, prides itself on deep, cross-functional collaboration and radical transparency about company wins, losses, opportunities for improvement and best practices. Perks include fun team outings and unlimited PTO.
29ExabeamInformation technology465Foster CityCaliforniaTrust and collaboration are keywords at this cybersecurity company. The CommUNITY Council fosters inclusion with groups like ExaGals, Pride and Veterans. Thank You Days reward employees with paid time off. There a biannual bonus program for all employees.
30Foundation MedicineHealth care1,776CambridgeMassachusettsThe company, which makes genomic tests to identify effective therapies for people with cancer, invites patients to town halls to talk about how the company’s tests have impacted their care. Employees are encouraged to take at least one week of vacation each quarter. Sabbaticals are available after six years.
31Pure StorageInformation technology3,490Mountain ViewCaliforniaThe company makes data storage and management hardware and software for businesses. It offers comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, covering most costs for employees and their dependents.
32KnowBe4Computer software1,700ClearwaterFloridaTeam members at this maker of cybersecurity training software are encouraged to take five hours a week to learn new skills or improve old ones. Benefits include leadership skills training, tuition reimbursement and bonuses for employees who earn certifications.
33Bank IndependentBanking671SheffieldAlabamaEmployees at this community bank get a pension plan in addition to a 401(k) with an employer match and a premium health care plan that is free for team members, highly subsidized for family coverage and features extremely low deductibles.
34ThryvComputer software2181DallasTexasThryv, which makes business software for small companies, lets employees work from anywhere. Yet 76 percent feel connected to their co-workers, according to a recent staff survey. The company offers thousands of free job-related online courses, plus tuition assistance.
35Arvest BankFinancial services6,534FayettevilleArkansasThe mission statement of Arvest, a regional bank mostly owned by the Walton family of Walmart fame, is: “People helping people find financial services for life.” Benefits include competitive compensation, generous PTO and profit-sharing bonuses in addition to a 401(k) plan.
36SeismicSoftware1,500San DiegoCaliforniaIn the past five years, this sales productivity software maker has completed four acquisitions and completed three rounds of funding, tripling its customer base in 2022. All employees get equity in the company and can spend $1,000 per calendar year on external education.
37Best EggFinancial services900WilmingtonDelawareEmployees at this online personal loan company get four hours per month to devote to personal development. Through a partnership with coding bootcamp, Zip Code, employees without technology backgrounds can move into tech roles.
38PENNYMACFinancial services4,000Westlake VillageCaliforniaThis mortgage lender prioritizes employee advancement. A majority in management positions were promoted internally: 86 precent at the executive vice president or higher level, 77 percent of mid-level managers and 79 percent of those at the manager and supervisor levels.
39SkillshareE-learning120New YorkNew YorkSkillshare, an online platform for videos that teaches creative skills, offers enviable benefits. Among them: a one-month sabbatical after three years, paid time off for volunteering and five “unplug” days where the whole company is off. Every employee also gets equity.
40Delta DefenseConsumer services676West BendWisconsinDelta provides marketing, sales and support services to the U.S. Concealed Carry Association, which offers training and education to gun owners. Perks include paid parental leave, a match for charitable contributions and reimbursement for home office expenses, gym memberships and personal or home protection.
41Nicklaus Children’s Health SystemHealth care4,578MiamiFloridaEmployees’ compensation at Nicklaus, which operates a hospital and outpatient clinics for children, is compared against the market every three years to stay competitive. Nicklaus has raised its minimum hourly wage to $15.05—four dollars more than the current state requirement.
42AltairSoftware3,089TroyMichiganAltair makes product development, simulation, AI and other software. It fosters entrepreneurial thinking, empowering individual voices and embracing diversity. The Black Employee Resource Network promotes representation through advocacy, outreach and job development. Gender equality in the boardroom, workplace and tech community is also a priority.
43AskBioPharmaceuticals900Research Triangle ParkNorth CarolinaPatients and families come in to testify about the role the company’s drugs play in their lives. Employees get $7,000 in annual tuition reimbursement, career development rotations and talent exchanges with sibling companies. The company pays over 90 percent of employee health costs.
44Lending ClubBanking1,302San FranciscoCaliforniaAt this online bank, a wellness program reimburses employees for living healthy. PTO for salaried workers is untracked. Perks include a gym, fitness classes and a café (with barista). Also: free snacks, catered lunch twice weekly and high-tech offices.
45SpiffyAutomotive services625DurhamNorth CarolinaEmployees at Spiffy, an on-demand car washing and repair service, come for pay and benefits well above industry standard, then stay to advance. Car techs receive a budget for books and memberships plus direct access to leadership. Employees can acquire shares after one year.
46LHi GroupStaffing/recruiting366New YorkNew YorkLHi places people in the technology, life sciences, renewable energy and building businesses. The company’s employee ownership trust offers all employees a stake in the company. After 10 years, employees can choose between a Rolex or a one-month paid sabbatical.
47DHI GroupSoftware535CentennialColoradoAt DHI, which makes software and online hiring tools for tech companies and job seekers, benefits include an annual bonus plan, employee stock purchase program, 401(k) match, equity awards and quarterly work-from-home stipends. DHI provides inclusive fertility coverage and travel assistance for women’s health.
48Amerant BankBanking621Coral GablesFloridaThis Florida-based regional bank offers career development education through partnerships, including with the University of Miami, Inclusent, RMA, Center for Financial Training, Moody’s, Dale Carnegie and New Horizons. A tuition reimbursement program supports team members pursuing degrees.
49DaVitaHealth care70,000DenverColoradoFifty-three percent of leaders with profit and loss responsibility at this provider of dialysis and other services to kidney patients are women and 30 percent are people of color. A stock purchase plan lets employees buy stock at a minimum 15 percent discount.
50PriceSmartRetail10,975San DiegoCaliforniaPriceSmart runs membership warehouse clubs in Central America, the Caribbean and South America. The company subsidizes the costs of professional or college programs and provides cross-functional experiences to help pave the way to future leadership roles.
51First WatchRestaurant12,000BradentonFloridaFirst Watch, a restaurant chain with more than 490 locations in 29 states, is committed to helping employees succeed. An in-house academy teaches leadership skills to new managers and a mentorship program helps 20 high-potential employees in underrepresented groups advance via partnerships with senior leaders including the CEO.
52KaplanEducation4,850Fort LauderdaleFloridaEmployees at this education company, best known for its test preparation business, get individual development plans, a competency-based on-demand development library; in-house technical, soft skills and professional training; a month-long virtual DevelopU conference and access to Kaplan and partner educational products.
53Greif Inc.Manufacturing12,536DelawareOhioEmployees at this industrial package maker get access to customized e-modules at its Greif University to foster personal and professional learning. The company’s caring culture is reflected in initiatives like Spark, a colleague daily recognition platform, and the Colleagues Helping Colleagues Fund, which helps employees with unforeseen financial hardship.
54AKQAAdvertising/marketing2,800San FranciscoCaliforniaAccording to a recent employee survey, 81 percent of employees at this digital design and communication company agree “AKQA allows everyone to have a voice.” The company offers six-week parental leave for all new parents, extended coverage for female medical rights and unlimited vacation.
55CloudflareInformation technology3,300San FranciscoCaliforniaEmployees at Cloudflare, which provides internet content delivery and security services to companies, can choose to work remotely, in-person or hybrid. Paid time off is on a take-what-you-need basis. Every employee is a shareholder in this publicly held company.
56Palo Alto NetworksInformation technology11,000Santa ClaraCaliforniaThis cybersecurity services company gives employees get $1,000 annually for items or experiences that “refresh and bring joy.” Most workers are eligible for equity grants. A weekly employee roundtable hosted by the CEO encourages feedback to better understand challenges and remove roadblocks to success.
57East West BankBanking3,200PasadenaCaliforniaEast West Bank provides over 50 associate programs annually in a variety of engagement opportunities such as the Live Healthy campaign, milestone recognition, and networking events. In addition, the establishment of Employee Resource Groups has driven an increase in membership and engagement of associates in events.
58Cross Country HealthcareWorkforce solutions2,302Boca RatonFloridaSeventy eight percent of employees at this health care staffing company are women and 42 percent are members of minority groups, reflecting its strong commitment to diversity. A generous benefits package includes unique perks like a free wellness program and paid volunteerism days.
59BDO USAFinancial services12,210ChicagoIllinoisBDO USA, one of the nation’s largest accounting and advisory firms, prides itself on championing flexibility and a purpose-driven culture where employees can “be their best selves.” The approach seems to work: 92 percent of BDO professionals feel they belong there, according to an annual employee survey.
60TaylorMade GolfSports1,160CarlsbadCaliforniaTaylorMade, which makes golf clubs, balls and accessories, helps employees imagine their futures with programs like Career Stories, where leaders share their own journeys, and speakers including UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma. Over 140 employees have been with TaylorMade for 20 years or more.
61Wind RiverSoftware1,636AlamedaCaliforniaNearly perfect? According to the Great Place to Work survey, 92 percent of employees at this maker of operating systems and other software for businesses feel Wind River is an ideal employer. During two global wellness weeks the company shuts down.
62CohnReznickFinancial services4,000New YorkNew YorkAt this accounting and tax consulting firm, employees can check out different practice areas or industries on a short-term basis. There is CPA certification preparation and LinkedIn Learning access. The Individual Development Track provides personalized career development plans, coaching, mentoring and education.
63Donnelley Financial SolutionsFinancial services1,955ChicagoIllinoisDonnelley, which offers regulatory compliance services to financial companies, puts its money where its mouth is on diversity: C-suite compensation is tied to DEI goals. A new employee stock purchase program will allow U.S. employees to buy company stock at a 10 percent discount through payroll contributions.
64Standard Chartered BankBanking1,065New YorkNew YorkAn algorithm used by this consumer, corporate and institutional bank matches individuals with opportunities based on their career histories, skills and interests. A generous 401(k) plan includes company-funded contributions up to 8 percent of salary.
65Goodway GroupAdvertising/marketing431New YorkNew YorkTogetherness and transparency are big at Goodway, a digital marketing firm. There are two annual company trips to build skills, plus the CFO shares financial results every month. In 2022, after employees shared concerns about rising inflation, the company gave a one-time stipend to everyone on staff.
66KyndrylInformation technology90,000New YorkNew YorkKyndryl, which makes large-scale information technology systems, gets high marks for its company culture from those who work there. According to an employee survey, 91 percent feel they are treated with respect and 87 percent feel they can be themselves at work.
67Cozen O’ConnorLaw1,772PhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaA full-service law firm, Cozen O’Connor says it “does not tolerate jerks.” Flexible work arrangements for all employees help them balance personal needs with the needs of the firm, and there is a program support to help employees avoid burnout.
68Milliken & CompanyManufacturing8,000SpartanburgSouth CarolinaInternational affinity groups at this maker of textile, health care, flooring and specialty chemical products connect employees with common interests in topics from LGBTQ+ to veteran’s issues. The company’s global recognition system is available in five languages and culminates with an annual honors event.
69CeridianSoftware9,050MinneapolisMinnesotaCeridian, which makes payroll, HR and employee management software, takes a virtual-first, flexible approach to work. It has instituted wellness days, when everyone in the company gets paid time off so no one worries about missing work, and meeting-free Focus Fridays.
70Kraft HeinzFood/beverage38,283ChicagoIllinoisThe mission at this global food company is “Let’s Make Life Delicious.” Employees get to work with innovative technology in a hybrid workplace. Benefits include annual bonus incentives, competitive 401(k) contributions and paid parental leave for salaried and nonunion hourly employees.
71AmeriHealth CaritasHealth care9,562Newtown SquarePennsylvaniaAt this health insurance company, people are encouraged to volunteer—and are paid for it. The company prides itself on promoting from within. It holds “Afternoon Teas” with community leaders, nonprofits and elected officials to discuss public health issues. DEI initiatives are integrated into compensation.
72UCLA HealthHealth care34,484Los AngelesCaliforniaUCLA Health includes four hospitals, as well as the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and a network of clinics. Among its strengths: professional development programs to empower the staff, plus clearly defined core principles that foster a shared sense of mission.
73ZipRecruiterStaffing/recruiting1,400Santa MonicaCaliforniaRemote and office work are equally valued at this online recruiter. Pro-collaboration policies include a camera-on culture in which employees are encouraged to show their faces on-screen to build stronger connections, a program that randomly pairs employees to meet and manager training emphasizing feedback.
74J.J. KellerConsulting1,890NeenahWisconsinJ.J. Keller, which provides companies with regulatory, safety and compliance solutions, values flexible hours, remote work and a family-friendly environment. The workforce is more than 80 percent remote. There is quarterly profit and gains sharing. Financial hardship? Apply for a grant anonymously.
75Kendra ScottRetail2,600AustinTexasBenefits at this jewelry and watch maker include 100 percent paid parental leave for up to 12 weeks, fertility benefits, adoption benefits, mental wellness services and product discounts. There are paid philanthropy days for community volunteering.
76Aim Transportation SolutionsTransportation1,000YoungstownOhioThis family-owned and -operated truck leasing company likes to promote from within. The company has a retention specialist and personal concierge for employees. Many training and development programs and a nationally recognized wellness program are available.
77MarketWiseMedia/publishing670BaltimoreMarylandLeaders at this provider of information for retail investors have an open-door policy to encourage employee feedback: “We believe the best ideas trump the status in the room.” Cool events and social gatherings are offered throughout the year: “We genuinely like just hanging out with each other.”
78S3 Shared Services SolutionsFinancial services858LinthicumMarylandS3, which provides operational services to credit unions, encourages employees to express interest in possible career options and provide input on ongoing projects in frequent performance-driven one-on-ones. They can get and give company dollars through a peer-to-peer bonus program.
79Fogelman PropertiesReal Estate713MemphisTennesseeFogelman, a multi-family residence management and investment company, offers education/tuition reimbursement and company-paid certification, training and testing. When employees began feeling the effects of inflation, the company responded with a monthly stipend, as well as increased pay for on-call employees.
80GraybarWholesale8,087St. LouisMissouriAn employee-owned company, Graybar is a distributor of electrical, communications and data networking products. It offers a generous profit sharing and savings plan, to which the company has contributed an average of more than 10 percent of employees’ salaries since 1956.
81Ryan SpecialtyInsurance4,000ChicagoIllinoisAt Ryan, an international insurance company serving insurance agents, carriers and brokers, a flat organizational structure helps ensure everyone’s voice is heard. In addition to generous insurance and retirement benefits, the company offers an annual bonus program and free access to meditation, fitness, family care and counseling tools.
82VeritivTransportation5,000AtlantaGeorgiaVeritiv, which distributes packaging, print and publishing products, gets high marks from employees for a winning workplace. A recent survey shows 88 percent have confidence in leadership and believe “There is good cooperation and collaboration across my team or group,” while 90 percent say they’re a good fit with Veritiv culture.
83United States Steel CorporationManufacturing14,500PittsburghPennsylvaniaU.S. Steel instituted one of the first corporate codes of ethics back in the early 1900s and still lives by its principles today, built around safety, trust, respect, excellence and accountability. U.S. Steel believes employees reaching their potential is the route to success.
84Navy Federal Credit UnionFinancial services24,000ViennaVirginiaNavy Federal, a credit union with more than $166 billion in assets, offers employees opportunities for development through job rotations, shadowing, extensive in-house development curricula, leadership training and access to full-time development specialists.
85StihlManufacturing3,000Virginia BeachVirginiaFamily-owned Stihl, which makes handheld power tools, offers generous benefits including a 401(k) with immediate vesting and a pension plan—a relatively rare combo these days. Employee tenure speaks to the loyalty the company invokes: The average is 8-10 years, with many staying over 25 years.
86West Shore HomeConstruction2,573MechanicsburgPennsylvaniaWest Shore, a home remodeling and rebuilding company, hands out cash bonuses to high performers. Giving back to the community is big here: West Shore installs up to 10 free bath remodels a year for veterans, sponsors Little League and stuffs buses with school supplies for United Way.
87Parkview HealthHealth care15,689Fort WayneIndianaParkview, a network of community hospitals and clinics, offers an impressive array of benefits. Among them: tuition assistance and education loan repayment, paid and volunteer time off and “lifestyle benefits” that reimburse employees for personal expenses of their choosing.
88WatcoTransportation4,483PittsburgKansasAt this transportation services and logistics company, team members move around the company to gain skills and knowledge and often are promoted within the company. There were hundreds of these moves in 2022. Employees on a Watco health plan get up to $1,000 for health expenses.
89American Tire DistributorsManufacturing5,000HuntersvilleNorth CarolinaATD prides itself on a collaborative and inclusive culture based on values that employees helped define. One reflection of a caring approach: the weCare Associate Relief Fund, funded by associates to help colleagues facing unexpected hardships like illness or natural disaster.
90AMHReal estate1,762Las VegasNevadaAMH, which develops and rents single-family homes, has instituted a conversation workshop program called “Valuing Differences” to generate understanding and clear bias. The CEO makes house calls to sick or retiring employees. Senior leadership bonuses depend on hitting community participation goals.
91Shamrock Trading CorporationTransportation2,200Overland ParkKansasThe parent company for several brands in transportation services, finance and technology, Shamrock offers flexible and remote working opportunities. Its health care, vision and dental insurance premiums are 100 percent employer-paid for employees and eligible dependents.
92DIRECTVEntertainment9,000El SegundoCaliforniaThe multichannel TV distributor’s cultural values—“We Care, We Challenge, We Deliver”—were identified and adopted by employees through focus groups and surveys. Flexible work arrangements and tuition aid are available.
93Springfield ClinicHealth care3,500SpringfieldIllinoisThis network of clinics and health care providers gives employees performance-based merit increases annually and regularly conducts market reviews of compensation ranges. Many employment offers come with sign-on bonuses and employees have access to nationwide and local discounts.
94SyscoFood/beverage71,153HoustonTexasThis wholesale food distributor offers employees continued education opportunities through an education reimbursement program. The results of the company’s Sysco Speaks survey, town halls and other employee feedback are used to help shape Sysco’s future. Employees can buy stock through Sysco’s employee stock ownership plan at a 15 percent discount.
95ConduentInformation technology62,000Florham ParkNew JerseyConduent, which provides billing, benefits processing and other services to businesses and government, offers flexible work arrangements, including both remote work and hybrid options, flexible vacation plans and performance-based incentive plans for hourly employees.
96Benesch LawLaw600ClevelandOhioThis law firm puts real money into family-friendliness. It offers parental leave of up to 26 weeks (20 paid), plus fertility benefits (up to $50,000). The firm has implemented an out-of-state medical travel reimbursement benefit of up to $5,000 covering room and board, mileage or other transportation, child care and meals.
97Advocate HealthHealth care151,000CharlotteNorth CarolinaAdvocate, a large nonprofit health system, regularly surveys employees for feedback. Financial assistance is available for education. The company also offers many family-friendly benefits such as parental leave, adoption reimbursement and fertility support.
98AscomInformation technology183MorrisvilleNorth CarolinaAscom, which makes on-site information and communication equipment for the health care industry, takes pride in its open and flat culture, where ideas can come from anywhere. Among its benefits: tuition assistance and volunteer time off.
99Fresenius Medical CareHealth care70,000WalthamMassachusettsThe company, which provides services and products for people with kidney disease, helps technicians launch a nursing career by reimbursing their nursing school classes and providing schedule flexibility. The CARES Fund provides financial assistance to employees impacted by unforseen disaster or hardship.
100Mint DentistryHealth care945DallasTexasAt Mint, which operates dental offices in nine states and the District of Columbia, employees enjoy comprehensive health care, PTO and paid sick days, manager appreciation days and MINT Cares (internal charitable donations for employees).

Research Methodology

In today’s dynamic business environment and spirited public discourse, the importance of diversity and inclusion cannot be overstated. Companies at the forefront of embracing these principles are not just setting trends; they’re shaping the future. Our thorough research clearly shows that diversity is a key driver of creativity, advancement, and strategic problem-solving within any organization. Moreover, such companies don’t just open doors to new market opportunities; they position themselves as top choices for prospective employees.
However, it’s crucial to acknowledge that as societal perspectives shift, businesses must navigate increasingly complex and often polarized issues with caution. Upholding their values and maintaining accountability to their employees is paramount. This careful balance ensures companies remain true to their principles while adapting to the changing expectations of both their workforce and the market.

Evaluation Process:

Step 1: Direct Industry Feedback and Survey

  • We conducted in-depth interviews with over 1,000 HR professionals to pinpoint key drivers of employee satisfaction now and in the future.

Step 2: Employee Insights Survey

  • We executed a comprehensive survey among employees at these organizations to gauge their perception and experiences with their employers. This phase leveraged over 500,000 datapoints from current employees, including demographic data, enabling us to adjust our analysis based on responses from various demographic groups.

Step 3: Qualitative Research and Benchmarking on Diversity Metrics

  • We undertook an in depth review of public perception, social insights, and other publicly available information, analyzed through our proprietary sentiment and emotion construct.

Step 4: Media Validation

  • We reviewed published and validated news and articles published within the past 18 months regarding all analyzed companies to identify any potential legal or ethical issues related to workplace diversity practices.

Step 5: Validation and Scoring

  • Through our proprietary workplace sentiment and emotion construct, a scoring model was used to calculate a unique diversity rating for each company with the top ones featured on America’s Most Loved Workplaces® for Diversity list .