According to Glassdoor, working for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a pretty sweet gig. Not all companies are created or manag
According to Glassdoor, working for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a pretty sweet gig. Not all companies are created or managed equally. Some are just better places to work, but how can you figure out which ones are where you’d like to build your career? Well, Glassdoor looked at over 2.1 million reviews that asked employees to rate a variety of factors including but not limited to work-life balance, senior management and compensation. The scale is 1 to 5 and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ranked 19th on this list.
As it states in the Inc. article,
Company Rating: 4.3
“A job where you feel trusted and respected, and where the employer has a high level of loyalty to the employee.” – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Seminary Teacher (Salt Lake City, UT)
The top 5 companies on the list are as follows.
1.Bain & Company
Company Rating: 4.6
“Your colleagues are legitimately smart and always interested in helping you progress your career. Pay is generous and grows quickly if you do well. Company culture is unparalleled.” – Bain & Company Case Team Leader (Boston, MA)
Company Rating: 4.5
“From its openness to its diversity, Facebook has truly surpassed all tech companies in terms of culture, perks, and employee lifestyle.” – Facebook Software Engineer (Menlo Park, CA)
3. Boston Consulting Group
Company Rating: 4.4
“Great career progression, opportunity to learn, collaborative culture, very smart teams, great benefits.” – Boston Consulting Group Employee (Boston, MA)
Company Rating: 4.4
“Smart people, data-driven decisions and culture, a mission I can feel good about when I go to sleep every night. This is as good as it gets.” – Google Engineering Manager (Mountain View, CA)
5. World Wide Technology
Company Rating 4.4
“Extremely caring towards their employees as well as their customers. The benefits are amazing. The company thrives on making their employees happy, knowing it will make their customers happy.” – World Wide Technology Supply Chain Coordinator (Edwardsville, IL)
If you would like to read the rest of the companies on the list, check out the Inc. article here.