30% of Business Insider’s Best Companies to Work for According to Employees, Use

by Kaitlan Whitteberry on February 2, 2018

The most effective way to determine an awesome place to work? Ask the people who work there. That’s exactly what Business Insider did to develop their 2017 list of the 50 Best Big Companies to Work For. The winners were chosen by the honest opinions of the employees who spend so much of their time inside these offices.

What’s the easiest way to determine an awesome place to work? Ask the people who work there. That’s exactly what Business Insider did to develop their 2017 list of the 50 Best Big Companies to Work For. Business Insider analyzed more than 3 million employee ratings from over 30,000 organizations using the employee-review site, Comparably. The site questions current employees about their work environment, the company’s culture, their overall workload and the company’s emphasis on the employee experience.

Top on the list? You guessed it, tech companies, which isn’t much of a surprise. Another trend among the top companies was emphasis on the employee experience. Smart move, considering companies with engaged employees outperform others by over 200%.

We’re thrilled that 15 out of the Top 50 Best Big Companies to Work For use iOFFICE to not only manage their workspace, but to increase employee engagement and satisfaction as well. We’re talking about Fortune 500 companies like Google, Starbucks, Intuit, Salesforce, Amazon, Adobe, TripAdvisor and Nike.

Smart organizations understand that for employees to be engaged, you have to give them access to the right tools. From conference room scheduling apps to visitor management kiosks – the proper tech can move a good company to the best company category. With the iOFFICE Platform and iOFFICE Hummingbird, we’re giving the world’s largest companies the tools to help employees engage with the workplace in ways that makes them more productive, happy and able to collaborate more effectively with their co-workers to Get. Stuff. Done.

Check out this list of incredible Fortune 500 companies that use iOFFICE every day:



Employee Rating: 4.54 out of 5

Headquarters: Mountain View, CA

What they do: Google is an international technology company, specializing in internet services and products.



Employee Rating: 4.51 out of 5

Headquarters: San Francisco, CA

What they do: Salesforce is a cloud-based software company that provides customer-relationship management.


Employee Rating: 4.44 out of 5

Headquarters: Mountain View, CA

What they do: Intuit is a business software company that provides financial, accounting and tax software to individuals, accountants and other businesses.


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Employee Rating: 4.42 out of 5

Headquarters: Seattle, WA

What they do: Zillow is an online resource for those buying and selling residential real estate.


Employee Rating: 4.41 out of 5

Headquarters: Seattle, WA

What they do: Amazon is an electronic commerce and cloud computing company and serves as the largest Internet retailer in the world.


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Employee Rating: 4.39 out of 5

Headquarters: San Jose, CA

What they do: Adobe is a software provider of cloud-based marketing and creative design programs for working professionals.


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Employee Rating: 4.38 out of 5

Headquarters: Bellevue, WA

What they do: T-Mobile is a mobile telecommunications provider.


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Employee Rating: 4.33 out of 5

Headquarters: San Francisco, CA

What they do: Zendesk is a software provider of customer service and support systems for other organizations.

HCA Holdings


Employee Rating: 4.19 out of 5

Headquarters: Nashville, TN

What they do: HCA Holdings is responsible for the operation of many healthcare facilities and hospitals across the country.


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Employee Rating: 4.18 out of 5

Headquarters: Pleasanton, CA

What they do: Workday is a software company, that provides cloud-based financial and HR software systems for businesses.



Employee Rating: 3.98 out of 5

Headquarters: Beaverton, OR

What they do: Nike is a sportswear line with national retail stores that sell their own designs in footwear, apparel and athletic accessories. 

Capital One

Employee Rating: 3.96 out of 5

Headquarters: McLean, VA

What they do: Capital One is a national financial institution that provides credit cards, loan services, banking and savings.



Employee Rating: 3.95 out of 5

Headquarters: Seattle, WA

What they do: Starbucks is an internationally recognized chain of coffee shops and roasters who also sell food items and related merchandise.

Quicken Loans

Employee Rating: 3.84 out of 5

Headquarters: Detroit, MI

What they do: Quicken Loans is a mortgage lending company, and is currently the second largest retail lender in the United States.


Employee Rating: 3.8 out of 5

Headquarters: Needham, MA

What they do: TripAdvisor is a website that provides information regarding travel and destinations, including viewer-provider content.


Employee Rating: 3.79 out of 5

Headquarters:  San Diego, CA

What they do: Petco is a national retail chain that provides grooming and food products, grooming services and boarding options for pet owners.


Kaitlan Whitteberry

Kaitlan Whitteberry is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the University of Missouri's journalism program, and currently focuses on iOFFICE press releases, software updates and related news.

Capterra Ratings: ★★★★★ 4.5/5