Glassdoor’s Best U.S. Retail Employers

Looking for a new job or career? Glassdoor offers a lot of good information. That includes Glassdoor’s 2018 best U.S. retail employers. And Glassdoor separates the listings by company size. In that way, small and medium firms get recognized. What makes Glassdoor unique? As the firm reports:

“Glassdoor is one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites. Glassdoor holds a growing database of millions of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more. Unlike other jobs sites, all of this information is entirely shared by those who know a company best — the employees.”

And the Glassdoor employer rankings are a nice complement to other review services. And those include rankings by Universum: 2017 Most Attractive U.S. Employers and 2017 Most Attractive Global Employers.

 

Glassdoor’s 2018 Best Retail U.S. Employers: Large Firms

Recently, Glassdoor produced its 2018 rankings of the best U.S. employers. As noted in the previous section, the ranking is based on employee feedback. The rankings are divided into two categories: large firms and small/medium firms. For large firms, 100 companies are ranked. A number of them are retailers.

Glassdoor's 2018 Best Retail U.S. Employers

Now, take a look at the top large retail-related firms. And click the links for company information:

  1. In-N-Out Burger.
  2. lululemon.
  3. Power Home Remodeling.
  4. H-E-B.
  5. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants.
  6. Wegmans Food Markets.
  7. Discount Tire.
  8. REI.
  9. Kwik Trip.
  10. Trader Joe’s.
  11. Chick-fil-A.
  12. J. Crew.
  13. CDW.
  14. QuikTrip.
  15. Starbucks.
  16. Walt Disney Company.

Click the image for an In-N-Out Burger photo montage.


 

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3 Responses to Glassdoor’s Best U.S. Retail Employers

  1. Faith Pappalardo says:

    This post was very informative. I always check Glassdoor before I even go on a job interview to get a sense of the firm culture. I would have never guessed a fast-food chain like In-N-Out Burger would be ranked number 1 for retailers. I think of my friends who work at McDonalds and other fast-food places who hate it. In-N-Out burger mit be doing something for their employees that maybe other fast-food places should try to follow.

  2. Pingback: Fortune Cites 2018 Best 100 Employers | Retailing: From A to Z by Joel Evans

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