Inc asked 139,251 employees around the country to rate their workplaces. These are the winners, thanks to perks like paternity leave, unlimited vacation, paid sabbaticals, profit sharing, and more. A record number of companies clamored for recognition in our fourth annual Best Workplaces survey. In a tight labor market, these businesses are out to nab top-performing employees by making life on the job ever more rewarding. Below, you can search this year’s list by state, industry, company size, and benefits–including generous parental leave, onsite medical and fitness, pet-friendly policies, tuition reimbursement, and more.
Charleston company, eGroup, named one of Inc’s “Best Places to Work 2019.”