Reviewers noted Wegmans’ generous college scholarship benefits and Goldman Sachs’ “culture ofand humility” as reasons for their high rankings.
New York-based Big Four accounting firms all made the list. Deloitte landed in 61st place, along with PricewaterhouseCoopers (65), Ernst & Young (78) and KPMG (80). Credit card giant American Express notched the 67th spot, while the nonprofit Teach for America placed 88th. Management consultants Accenture completed the list in the 90th position.
Each year, Fortune partners with the Great Place to Work Institute to identify the best places to work. This year, the institute surveyed 257 companies and over 252,000 employees.
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