Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The Best and Worst Places to Work
The folks over at Glassdoor.com have been busy mining through their data of user-submitted information and have assembled lists of the best and worst places to work. The lists are based on data from almost 75,000 participants in 2008, representing over 11,000 companies, from a 20-question survey. A number of tech companies made significant showings in "The Top 50" best places to work, including Netflix (rank: 3), Adobe (rank: 4), and Google (rank: 7). For a company to be considered for the list, it must have at least 25 user-submitted reviews from U.S.-based employees, "satisfied" or better ratings in all categories, and at least a 50-percent approval rating for its CEO...