The Top 15 Companies in Compensation and Benefits

A good job isn’t just about a good paycheck: benefits also matter. (And, of course, being a pleasant place to work is important.) Indeed took a look at their data and crunched the numbers and came up with the 15 top rated companies according to pay and benefits.

They are:

  1. Costco Wholesale
  2. Kaiser Permanente
  3. Verizon
  4. FedEx Express
  5. Apple
  6. Capital One
  7. HEB
  8. ALDI
  9. Starbucks
  10. General Motors
  11. Publix
  12. Intel
  13. Boeing
  14. Microsoft
  15. AT&T

I find this list fascinating because it’s based on what people reported when they didn’t know it would be used to evaluate a company for compensation and benefits. The companies couldn’t target their programs to win points with the evaluators of a survey. It’s just raw data.

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3 thoughts on “The Top 15 Companies in Compensation and Benefits

  1. Another insight into this list is that two cellar companies are on this list ( Verizon and AT&T), which tells me that maybe this survey wasn’t taken at ground level employees who deal with the actual customers. That would change results of the survey putting Costco and Starbucks as the more beneficial places to work because the benefits go down to ground level employees

  2. hmmm, I have doubts about “surveys” like these. Just who did they survey? No doubt only fulltime employees. That’s not a truly accurate picture as so many of companies (I can only speak of my own experience here – looking at you AT&T and Verizon) in that it most likely does NOT include a large portion of their real workforce – those who are “temps” or contractors.

    Temps and contractors are more often than not the real work horses of such companies – and get NO benefits.

    1. They didn’t survey anyone. They pulled it out of their existing data.

      if part time people aren’t using indeed, they wouldn’t be included.

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