Google (Alphabet) is still best place to work in the United States, according to Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, which was announced today. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Google has been on the top of the list and the seventh time it’s claimed the No. 1 slot in the last decade.
Fortune makes its list by looking at corporate cultures that make fairness, employee engagement and talent development top priorities.
While Google is back on top, other big-name tech companies were nowhere to be seen. Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft didn’t claim any of the 100 spots on Fortune’s list.
Some tech companies fared better, though, with 12 making the Fortune rankings. The SAS Institute in North Carolina claimed the No. 8 spot. Ultimate Software of Florida found its way to No. 14. Salesforce was No. 23. Workday was No. 31. In the No. 34 slot, Intuit. Then, a whole run of tech companies: in 38th place, WorldWide Technology from St. Louis; in 39th, Riot Games; and in 40th, VMWare.
The private tech company from Ohio, Hyland, Creator of OnBase, came in at No. 48; Autodesk was No. 54; Activision Blizzard was No. 77; Cisco Systems was No. 82; Adobe was at No. 87; GoDaddy was at No. 95.
Outside of tech, a handful of Seattle companies made the list — REI came in at No. 26 and Nordstrom was No. 92. Legal and professional services company Perkins Coie was No. 37 and consulting firm Slalom rounded out Fortune’s list, taking the No. 100 spot.
Here are the top 10 of Fortune’s “Top Companies to Work For” list for this year: