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Microsoft would be the company where he does best work

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According to the anonymous comments of employees listed on a site for a year, Microsoft was elected company with the best internal culture in front of IBM or Google.

It’s a debate that has taken place a lot in recent yearsfollowing numerous cases in video game studios, such as at Activision-Blizzard or at Quantic Dream: corporate culture is a fundamental factor in the lives of employees. Well-being at work is sought after by most employers today, but especially by employees.

The American group Comparably awards each year corporate prices and in particular the “Best Global Culture” to elect the best corporate culture among employers with more than 500 employees and international reach. The ranking is established according to various factors (remuneration, balance with private life, opportunity for personal development, advantages…) but based on direct feedback from employees for a year thanks to anonymous comments.

It is therefore Microsoft which emerges at the top of this ranking, with an anonymous statement from an employee that is supposed to sum up what the employees of the company think:

Satya Nadella is truly inspiring. He has a good vision and the overall strategy is excellent. In these complicated times, it is reassuring to be in such a strong company, with a solid management team.

IBM and Google complete the podium, ahead of much more modest companies such as hubSpot, Elsevier or Chegg. Adobe is 12th, Uber 20th and Ford 25th. If the ranking is supposed to be international, we note however that there is only one country outside the USA in the list, it is Great Britain. It must be said that the ranking is established on the basis of employees who know and use this American site and in English only…

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Source: www.comparably.com

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