IT Management: Google, Intel, Cisco Among Top IT Companies to Work For
This software firm, headquartered in Cary, N.C., offers perks such as on-site health care and a state-of-the-art gym. SAS topped the list for the second year running.
Pay hikes and bonuses are a key draw for the Silicon Valley-based search engine giant, not to mention having the cache of working for one of the worlds coolest companies.
Free fruit, bagels and coffee, as well as satisfactory compensation and generous bonuses, got the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based data storage specialist high marks.
Cisco, the giant networking and unified communications vendor headquartered in San Jose, Calif., has taken a flexible approach to where its employees work, allowing more than 85 percent of them to telecommute.
The San Diego-based mobile networking company offers 100 percent health-care coverage, a job sharing program, telecommuting and a New York City chef who oversees its caf??Â« options.
A subsidized 12-week personal financial-planning course for employees and their spouses is just one of the perks at this telecom services firm, which is based in Irving, Texas.
The business software company, headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., fosters a healthy sense of competition through idea jams, where teams present new concepts for business growth.
The worlds top chip maker, based in Santa Clara, Calif., is expanding rapidly, poised to create thousands of jobs, and offers perks such as paid sabbaticals and an onsite fitness center.
Enticing perks for top performers include a four-day trip to a Hawaiian resort through the San Francisco-based cloud software companys Peak Performers Club.
A generous annual salary for its most common job (computer scientist: $123,599) and strong job growth makes application development specialist Adobe, of San Jose, Calif., a good bet.