Since 2009, Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work Award has been honoring companies that employees love working for. Winners are determined solely based on feedback provided by those who really know a company best — the employees. There is no nomination process, no employee surveys or questionnaires and no costs or fees involved. Making it on Glassdoor’s Best Large Places to Work in the United States in 2009 list truly is an elite honor.
Employees say these companies are the Best Places to Work in 2009 in the United States.
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Learning how to be a Best Place to Work starts with employee satisfaction! Glassdoor's list of Best Places to Work winners may all look different and come from different industries, but they all have one thing in common: their employees vouch for them. The steps a company needs to take to become a Best Place to Work will likely change depending on the company. But a positive employee experience is at the heart of it all.