100 Best Companies to Work For
Our annual ranking of companies that rate high with employees
See the full list of America's top 100 employers, including detailed company profiles and contact information. (more)
1. Genentech
2. Wegmans
9. REI
5. W.L. Gore

California is home to the most companies on this year's list. See the top employers near you. (more)
ï Texas

From generous health care plans to subsidized cars, these companies are standouts when it comes to the great perks they offer employees. (more)

Regional sales directors at Russell Investment Group take home an average $574,373 total compensation annually. See which other top employers offer big paychecks. (more)

Why this low-key, high-tech biotech is the best place to work now. (more)

What's it really like to work at a best company? Our intrepid writer Daniel Roth went undercover at four winners as a doorman, FedEx driver, and more to find out. (more)
Tough jobs make for great workplaces Paradoxically, many of FORTUNE's Best Companies to Work For feature brutal work environments. (more)
Here's how some of FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For keep young up-and-comers happy. (more)
Warmer welcomes, fatter profits Making new hires feel at home helps FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For boost the bottom line. (more)
Timberland: the shoe-in Here's how CEO Jeffrey Swartz keeps Timberland firmly planted on our list. (more)
Employees at seven of our Best Companies to Work For sent us photos of their workplaces in action. (more)
The best will appear in our "Featured Workplace" gallery. (submit)
Like the people who work there. So we collected photos of them -- factory workers, scientists, and even some CEOs -- one from each of this year's winners. (more)