Tech giant Cisco, which operates one of its largest corporate campuses in Research Triangle Park, tops two of the prestigious best place to work lists from Fortune. And the Triangle is well represented with Raleigh-based Red Hat and Kimley-Horn as well as Cary-based SAS cracking the top 100 of both categories.
In today’s worker-short environment, the news could help the firms’ recruiting efforts.
The annual lists are based on condiential survey data of employees gathered by the Great Place to Work organization in partnership with Fortune.
Red Hat, which is owned by IBM, placed 27th on the companies list but came in No. 5 as a top place for millennials.
Kimley-Horn, a professional services provider, landed 18th for millenials and No. 30 among the broader companies list.
SAS placed 86th overall and 82nd for millenials.
The four firms are regularly cited by Fortune among the top places to work.
IBM, which has a large presence in RTP as well as its Red Hat ownership, finished No. 72 on the companies list.
Originele bron: WRAL TechWire