Oh, Millennials. They are a mystery. What drives them? What makes them loyal to a company? What is their favorite hashtag? So many questions.
But what makes the approximately 56 million Millennials working today want to work at certain companies over others? Is it just the right perks? Is it a mentor program that is provided to them? Is it a student loan payoff program? Is it unlimited vacation or on-site daycare?
Indeed.com analyzed 72 million company reviews and ratings from millennials to determine what companies millennials rated the highest — many of which have open positions on Ladders.
The 25 top-rated workplaces for Millennials
- Northrop Grumman
- Discover Financial Services
- Kaiser Permanente
- Southwest Airlines
- Capital One
- The Dow Chemical Company
- Mayo Clinic
- Northwestern Mutual
- American Express
- General Motors
So what put these companies in the top slots?
- Career growth opportunities
- Volunteer programs
- Flexible work options
- Prioritizing health and family
- Tuition Reimbursement
As the report’s authors wrote, “Millennials also tend to prefer companies that prioritize high quality of life for employees. Almost all of the companies in the top ten demonstrated this, whether it be in the form of supporting education and reducing student debt, allowing for flexible working conditions or supporting the health and family priorities of employees.”