Are you happy workers software companies with their jobs and work with your boss? We already know the answer to this question.
When evaluating companies specializing in software , or otherwise really would talk of what are the most innovative, of what are the more profitable and circumstances. But what we do not usually think of is which of these companies you work so comfortable that its employees would recommend to other colleagues try to join its workforce. Well, some have already decided to remedy this information gap.
Software companies with employees more satisfied
Louis Columbus, contributor to the magazine Forbes who knows something about software and systems for enterprise resource planning, it has developed a top software companies where employees feel better , based in the last ranking href=”http://www.rcpbuyersguide.com/top-companies.php” Glassdoor for Software Magazine .
1. EPAM Systems href=”http://www.glassdoor.com/index.htm” , specializing in outsourced product development and testing. 95% of employees would recommend to a friend and 100% discharge to its CEO Arkadiy Dobkin. It is ranking 131st of Glassdoor.
2. Qvidian href=”http://www.epam.com/” , dedicated to software as a service and sales analysis. 95% of workers would choose to recommend a colleague and praised the work of its CEO, Lewis Miller. It is in the 420 ranking position.
3. Miles Technologies href=”http://www.qvidian.com/” , focused on service management information technology and other businesses. 95% of employees would recommend to a friend and 98% applauds the work of the CEO, Chris Miles. It is ranked 430 ranking .
4. href=”https://www.milestechnologies.com/” Talentica Software , specializing in outsourced product development and testing. 93% of employees would choose to recommend a colleague and 100% approve the management of its CEO, Nitin Shimpi. It is located in the 472 ranking position.
5. Ultimate Software href=”http://www.talentica.com/” , dedicated to human resources. 92% of employees would recommend to a friend and 98% praised the work of its CEO, Scott Scherr. It has been in the post 158 ranking .
6. href=”http://www.ultimatesoftware.com/” Palo Alto Networks , focused on security tools and systems. 92% of the employees would select to recommend a colleague and 96% applauds the work of its CEO, Mark D. McLaughlin. It’s in the 234 ranking position
7. Cornerstone OnDemand href=”https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/” , specialized in human resources. 91% of employees would recommend to a friend and 96% approve the management of its CEO, Adam Miller. It is in the position 221 ranking .
8. href=”http://www.cornerstoneondemand.com/” Jive Software , dedicated to communication and collaboration. 91% of their workers would point to recommend a colleague and 100% praised the work of its CEO, Elisa Steele. It is in the 240 ranking position.
9. href=”https://www.jivesoftware.com/” Red Hat , focused on open source operating systems. 90% of employees would recommend to a friend and 95% applauds the work of its CEO James Whitehurst. It is ranked 74 ranking .
10. Mentor Graphics href=”http://www.redhat.com/es” , which specializes in engineering. 90% of its employees the highlight to recommend a colleague and 97% approve the management of its CEO, Walden C. Rhines. It is located in the 89 ranking position.
SciQuest, RealNetworks, Quality Sistems, Temenos Group, CDI, Support.com, MICROS Systems, Open Text, Yagged Peak and Solium Capital , are at the tail of a list of 500 , with far less than half of recommendations and work according to its CEO, maybe they should learn something from the first .
The welfare of workers in large companies software
satisfy curiosity about companies that lead the ranking of Glassdoor , see your labor welfare rates: first, IBM href=”http://www.mentor.com/” , 52% of its employees would recommend to a friend and 44% praised the work of the CEO; in the second, href=”http://hipertextual.com/2014/07/ibm-computacion-cuantica-microchips” Microsoft , 81% and 86 %, respectively; in the third, Oracle href=”http://hipertextual.com/2014/11/microsoft-reinvencion” , 67% and 77%; in the fourth, Accenture , 77% and 89%; in the fifth, href=”http://hipertextual.com/archivo/2011/10/historia-del-software-oracle/” HP , 62% and 77%; in the sixth, EMC 2 , 78% and 90%; in the seventh, SAP , 82% and 92%; in the eighth, Ericsson , 74% and 89%; in the ninth, href=”http://hipertextual.com/tag/hp” Apple 80% 95%; and the tenth, NTT Data strong>, 45% and 74%
June 24, 2015
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