I realise that this top 100 list won't include every company that we could all work for, but it does provide some good insights for candidates to understand what is out there and for companies to learn what best practice in interviewing and employer branding is.
Gone are the days when employers could sit, wait and expect the top echelon of talented candidates to knock on their doors. Furthermore, even if they did, they would expect to embark on an engaging and insightful interview process that was absolutely two way.
What can you learn from these top 100 to enrich your recruitment process and help you to secure the top echelon?
Whether you're brand new to the job market--or you've been building your career for years--chances are you've wondered where the best place is to apply for a job. While we may thrive in some businesses, others may stunt our career growth and leave us wondering why we even bothered. A very important--some might argue the most important--part of getting a new job is the interview. It's here that a company has the opportunity to really find out what we're all about. However, according to Glassdoor, the #2 job site in the U.S., "When it comes to interviewing potential talent, some employers just do it better than others."