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Top 10 companies with the highest employee satisfaction (2022/2023)

Chioma Ugwu

Team Building Expert & Storyteller

Every year, Fortune puts out a list of the best companies to work for (in the US). So we decided to take a look at the top 10 companies with the highest employee satisfaction in 2022/2023. We got some insight into what they do to make their employees happy and what their employees have to say about working with them. 

You can also check out other articles in our employee engagement series:

The top 10 companies with the highest employee satisfaction in 2022/2023

1. Cisco Systems 

Indeed ratings: 4.1🌕🌕🌕🌕🌘 (Indeed)

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What they do: This leading information technology company with the highest employee satisfaction 2022 specializes in innovative computer networking, cloud, and security products. 

Why employees are happy: Great compensation packages and a strong employee community. Cisco also shows a commitment to employee welfare by offering free digital therapy and mental health coaching. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Cisco has so much to offer. They put a lot of emphasis on diversity and inclusion and they really seem to mean it. They offer stretch assignment opportunities, paid time off to volunteer, lots of seminars/presentations on various topics. Great benefits and PTO too.’
  • “Very difficult to move up, you're very much stuck where you start unless you leave to a competitor and then come back.”

2. Hilton Worldwide Holdings 

Indeed ratings: 4.0 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌑 (Indeed)

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What they do: A multinational hospitality company that owns, manages, and franchises a broad selection of hotels around the world. 

Why employees are happy: A focus on diversity and inclusion, remote work options, up to 100 discounted room nights per year, and good management. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Great employee room rates, great discounts for friends and family, good healthcare, and a good company overall.”
  • “Competitive salary and excellent benefits. Managers care and listen to their employees. Good opportunities for career advancement”
  • “Not enough PTO until you have 5 years with the company.”

3. Wegman Food Markets 

Indeed ratings: 4.1 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌘 (Indeed)

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What they do: Weigman Food Market is a family-owned American supermarket chain.

Why employees are happy: Extensive training opportunities, flexible scheduling policy, and work-scholarship programs for employees in high school.

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Care about their employees more than most grocery stores and plenty of growth opportunities within the company”
  • “Good benefit, diversity, career growth, family-oriented.”
  • “Proper training has been eliminated. Quality of management, lower and upper, is decreasing”

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4. Salesforce 

Indeed ratings: 4.4 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌗 (Indeed)

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What they do: A software company  that delivers CRM services and tools for support, sales, and marketing.

Why employees are happy: Its office-flexible policy allows employees to work from home at least once a week. Salesforce is also an advocate for pay equality and took action in 2015 to close any gender or race-related pay gaps. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Everything they do here is purposeful. No one fights for commission, everyone works as a team. They value you and pay you. They invest in you. Unbelievable company.”
  • “Not always as transparent on internal changes as I would like”
  • “As the company grows so does bureaucracy.”

5. Nvidia 

Indeed ratings: 4.2 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌘 (Indeed)

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What they do: Nvidia Corporation is the inventor of graphic processing units used in computers and mobile devices,, and more. 

Why employees are happy: Generous leave policies and employees feel like the work they do matters. According to Forbes, some top-notch employee perks also include subsidized childcare, tuition reimbursement, and student loan repayment. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Wonderful people and great culture. Using the latest technology to solve problems. Flexible working hours. Decent Compensation. A green company that cares about the world.”
  • “In the beginning, it can be a bit overwhelming to keep up with everything that is going on”

6. Accenture 

Indeed ratings: 4.0 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌑 (Indeed)

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What they do: A global professional services company that specializes in providing services and solutions to strategy, management, digital, technology, and operations consulting areas of business. 

Why employees are happy: Accenture developed an apprentice program that allows them to hire people who ordinarily might not have opportunities to work in the tech field. Beyond that, employees praise the good management and value getting responsibility early on.

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Amazing culture. Promotes self-development. It’s interested in you and your well-being. Supportive of life and family needs”
  • “Challenging, fast-paced environment that will encroach on your life if you don't set boundaries”

7. Rocket Companies 

Indeed ratings: 3.7 🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑(Indeed)

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What they do: The Detroit-based FinTech platform company with high employee satisfaction provides real estate, mortgage, and financial services to customers. 

Why employees are happy: Developed a Thrive Program that promotes internal upwards mobility. Covers 10% of employees’ healthcare costs. Offers free mental health support. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Best training in the industry. Easy to learn, user-friendly technology. Amazing benefits and perks. Fun office atmosphere. The growth of the company allows a possible transition to another "thread" of the company.”
  • “Not the best work/life balance when first starting. Fast-paced, high volume.”

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8. American Express

Indeed ratings: 4.1 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌘 (Indeed)

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What they do: This American multinational corporation specializes in payment cards, gift cards, rewards, travel, insurance, personal savings, and business services. 

Why employees are happy: Flexible work policies, generous benefits, and a billion-dollar DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) initiative. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Great work/life balance, great caliber of teammates, positive atmosphere with ample opportunities for learning/developing new skills”
  • “Upward mobility between levels can be challenging”

9. David Weekley Homes

Indeed ratings: 3.7 🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑 (Indeed)

Careers page

What they do: David Weekley Homes is one of the largest privately-owned home builders in America, delivering construction and real-estate services, as well a offering loan processing services. 

Why employees are happy: Employee stock ownership plan and profit-sharing program allow workers receive a share of company profits. Good team support from managers and family-like company culture. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “ The culture is healthy and conducive toward maintaining positive mental health, and the management is just as concerned for your well-being as they are the bottom line. You can see through monetary and non-monetary benefits how much they invest into their team members.”
  • “The hiring process was long and arduous”

10. Capital One Financial 

Indeed ratings: 3.7 🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑 (Indeed)

Careers page

What they do: Capital One is a bank holding company that helps its customers find the right credit cards, accounts, loans, and other banking services.

Why employees are happy: Company-wide virtual days. Provides business resource groups that support employees and help them reach their full potential in the company. 

What employees are saying on Glassdoor:

  • “Pay and benefit are great, and the headquarters building is AMAZING.”
  • “Sometimes the load is a little too heavy and can become overwhelming for a lot of reps.”

Companies added to and removed from the list since 2021

Added

  • Rocket companies: Launched a rest and relaxation program to prioritize employee wellness and developed a strategic plan to advance DEI in the company. 

Removed

  • UKG: The merge between Kronos Incorporated and Ultimate Software to form UKG led to inconsistencies in company culture. 
  • Texas Health Resources: Many employees found little opportunity for upwards mobility. 
  • Camden Property Trust: Low base pay and not a lot of room for growth. 

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