Most women
Bright Horizons 92 14,164 96
Northwest Community Hospital 37 3,299 83
Methodist Hospital Sys. 9 9,424 82
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta 35 5,256 82
Memorial Health 91 4,685 81
Lehigh Valley Hospital & Health Ntwrk. 80 7,838 81
Griffin Hospital 21 1,098 78
Baptist Health Care 54 4,095 78
Umpqua Bank 34 1,435 77
OhioHealth 52 10,836 76
Baptist Health S. Florida 81 9,446 75
Nordstrom 24 48,374 73
Mayo Clinic 62 39,457 71
Principal Financial Grp. 77 13,075 69
American Fidelity Assur. 47 1,358 68
Vision Service Plan 23 1,968 68
Aflac 73 4,326 68
American Express 74 29,145 67
Edward Jones 29 30,326 66
Bingham McCutchen 94 1,618 65
Starbucks Coffee 16 109,873 65
First Horizon National 46 12,491 64
Synovus 98 12,474 63
Container Store 4 2,866 63
Paychex 70 10,911 62
Nixon Peabody 49 1,511 60
Capital One Financial 84 19,047 60
Arnold & Porter 26 1,292 58
Perkins Coie 64 1,519 57
Alston & Bird 19 1,598 57
Plante & Moran 32 1,501 56
Genzyme 43 5,920 55
Marriott International 89 124,350 54
Timberland 78 2,016 54
AstraZeneca 71 12,263 54
Wegmans Food Markets 3 33,737 54
HomeBanc Mortgage 67 1,312 52
Russell Investment Grp. 30 1,206 52
Publix Super Markets 57 136,863 50
IKEA North America 96 11,157 50
Genentech 2 9,979 50
Station Casinos 18 13,957 49
Ernst & Young 25 24,995 49
Quicken Loans 17 3,512 49
PricewaterhouseCoopers 58 28,463 48
American Century Invest. 15 1,783 48
KPMG 97 21,042 48
Nike 69 13,664 48
Bain & Co. 45 1,370 47
Alcon Laboratories 65 6,460 47
Men's Wearhouse 90 11,508 47
Deloitte & Touche USA 76 34,011 46
SAS Institute 48 5,239 46
Vanguard 95 11,410 46
Amgen 40 13,554 46
Medtronic 72 21,648 46
Boston Consulting Grp. 8 1,434 45
Stew Leonard's 51 1,899 45
Intuit 33 6,889 45
A.G. Edwards 99 15,794 45
Robert W. Baird 38 2,080 44
Whole Foods Market 5 37,806 44
Four Seasons Hotels 53 11,584 44
Standard Pacific 85 2,856 43
Procter & Gamble 68 34,142 43
J.M. Smucker 39 2,853 42
JM Family Enterprises 41 4,452 42
Nugget Market 13 1,099 42
David Weekley Homes 12 1,622 42
W.L. Gore & Associates 10 4,945 40
Recreational Equip. (REI) 27 8,522 40
Stanley 100 2,309 40
Goldman Sachs 36 12,542 38
Milliken 93 9,500 38
S.C. Johnson & Son 7 3,400 38
Booz Allen Hamilton 63 16,691 38
EOG Resources 83 1,181 37
SRA International 61 4,861 37
Valero Energy 22 18,730 37
Adobe Systems 31 3,604 36
QuikTrip 20 7,833 36
Pella 59 9,331 35
Jones Lang LaSalle 66 7,812 35
Kimley-Horn & Assoc. 28 2,173 34
MITRE 60 5,759 31
Google 1 6,500 31
Yahoo 44 6,840 31
National Instruments 86 2,294 29
CDW 82 4,293 29
Microsoft 50 44,298 25
Qualcomm 14 8,860 25
Dow Corning 55 4,052 25
CarMax 88 12,553 24
Cisco Systems 11 27,493 24
Quad/Graphics 75 10,099 24
Texas Instruments 87 15,274 23
Network Appliance 6 3,553 23
Granite Construction 56 4,662 14
PCL Construction 42 3,020 9
TDIndustries 79 1,345 9
From the January 22, 2007 issue
Notes:
N.A.: Not available. U.S. employees includes part-timers as of time of survey. Job growth, new jobs, and voluntary turnover are full-time only. Revenues are for 2005 or latest fiscal year. All data based on U.S. employees.
* Average annual pay: yearly pay rate plus additional cash compensation for the largest classification of salaried and hourly employees.
The most diversity
An interactive look at which of the 100 Best Companies, by industry, have the most women and minorities. (LAUNCH)
Highest pay
Salaried employees at these Best Companies enjoy the highest average compensation.
Nixon Peabody $181,099
Bingham McCutchen $180,050
Alston & Bird $166,300
Best companies by state
These states are headquarters for the highest number of America's Top Employers.
California 13
Texas 11
New York 9
Job growth
Google added 2,229 jobs last year, making it the fastest-growing of our Best Companies.
Google 67
Capital One Financial 59
Adobe Systems 33
Best benefits
These companies have the best benefit options.
Child care: Men's Wearhouse
Telecommuting: Cisco Systems
Work-life balance: Recreational Equipment (REI)
How we pick the 100 best
To choose the 100 Best Companies to Work For, we partner with Great Place to Work® Institute to conduct the most extensive employee survey in corporate America. More than 105,000 employees from 446 companies responded to a 57-question survey. (more)