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Best Places to Work 2010 in Atlanta

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Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards 2010

Glassdoor.com is excited to announce our second annual Employees' Choice Awards for Best Places to Work. Our Top 50 winners were selected by the people who know these companies best — their employees! Learn More

 
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“Great first year job, but difficult.”

- You get to work for a prestigious firm - Surrounded by smart and talented workers. - Great…

16

Goldman Sachs

3.9

“Review of Prime Brokerage Trade Support Team.”

Very focused on the success of team, everyone is willing to help out when I had issues…

24

Edward Jones

3.7

“Overrated”

Great name recongition. Excellent sales training. Excellent training for Series 7 license…

25

Qualcomm

3.7

“Great place in a great city”

Qualcomm is still able to attract some of the smartest people. I think the smartness density has…

26

CareerBuilder

3.7

“Could not be Happier Here!”

Careerbulider is a phenomenal company. The leadership is strong and open minded with its…

27

Novell

3.7

“Wonderful Experience - Provides Exceptional Training and…”

1. Training and Exposure: The department that I work in…

32

Sherwin-Williams

3.7

“Job”

Benefits Minimal Mgmt Interferance Bonus plan. Flexible Hours. Every day is differnt, so it…

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Travelers Companies

3.6

“Ok...”

Great pay and benefits Flexible schedule

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SAP America

3.6

“Great for experienced SAP resources”

If you work with SAP software or services, the network you build by working at SAP is invaluable…

Note: Based on ratings between 12/1/08 – 12/1/09
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How the Top 50 Were Selected

The Top 50 were selected from more than 37,000 companies reviewed by the nearly 100,000 employees who completed a 20-question survey on Glassdoor in 2008. To be eligible for the list, a company must have had at least all of the following:

  • 25 reviews from United States-based employees between December 1, 2008 and December 1, 2009,
  • "satisfied" ratings overall and across all categories, and
  • a CEO with at least a 50% approval rating.

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