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7 Companies Women Love

Looking for a great place to work? Here are seven companies that are getting a lot of love from their female employees.

 

This Valentine’s Galentine's Day, we’re sharing a list of companies that are getting a lot of love from their female employees. Every day thousands of women come to InHerSight to rate how female-friendly their companies are. If you’re looking for a great place to work, check out these seven companies that offer excellent environments for working women, and keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook today for even more #CompaniesWomenLove!

Boston Consulting Group πŸ’•

4.3 out of 5 stars| More ratings

Operating 85 offices in 48 countries, Boston Consulting Group is one of the major global management consulting firms. The company frequently finds itself on best places to work lists and on InHerSight it’s no different. BCG boasts an amazing 4.6 score for equal opportunities for men and women - among the highest of the tens of thousands of companies rated on our site. They also have a great score of 4.6 for the people you work with. One woman rating BCG has this to say: “I love getting to work every day with a diverse group of passionate, energetic and supportive colleagues who want to help each other, and our clients, succeed.”

Johnson & Johnson πŸ’

4.2 out of 5 stars| More ratings

If you’ve ever used Benadryl, Band-Aids, Desitin, or Listerine then you’ve used products from this maker of medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and consumer packaged goods. Johnson & Johnson gets great scores from the women working there. The company has taken the leadership and development of women seriously for a long time and it shows in their scores of 4.4 for management opportunities for women and 4.2 for equal opportunities for men and women.

Ericsson πŸ’˜

3.9 out of 5 stars| More ratings

This multinational networking and telecommunications equipment company has the not so small objective of "providing the platform for boundless achievement". Ericsson boasts its highest scores for telecommuting, flexible work hours and paid time off all at 4.3 or higher. The next highest score is for the people that work there. One woman rated the company saying, “Excellent support from colleagues in and out of the office. Ericsson's culture is collaborative but allows you room to work independently within the group's collective strategy. People are respectful of one another and the opportunities are what you make them.”

Google πŸ’–

3.8 out of 5 stars| More ratings

We all knew this was going to be on the list, right? Recently retired SVP of People Ops, Laszlo Bock, has written a book on creating one of the best work environments in the country. Turns out, it’s a pretty good place for women to work too. Wellness initiatives (4.5), maternity and adoptive leave (4.4), and family growth support (4.3) are the highest metrics on InHerSight for the tech mammoth.

CEB πŸ’ž

3.8 out of 5 stars| More ratings

Women at CEB really enjoy their rebooting and rejuvenation time, ranking paid time off (4.4) as the best metric for the organization out of the 14 metrics we ask women to rate on. And, guess what - they really like who they work with, too, rating their coworker likability also at a 4.4. The advisory services company offers an average of 19 paid days off per year, depending on the location and offers an additional 40 hours paid time off to volunteer.

Fidelity Investments πŸ’—

3.7 out of 5 stars| More ratings

This Boston-based mutual fund giant’s CEO and Chairman, Abigail Johnson, is # 5 on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list. Hitting a trifecta of high scores for female representation in top leadership (4.0), management opportunities for women (3.9), and equal opportunities for men and women (3.8) we see the influence of women in leadership throughout the company. One very satisfied rater said, “Hands down best company I have worked for, one of the leaders for woman in the financial industry.”

EY πŸ’“

3.7 out of 5 stars| More ratings

The highest rated of the Big Four accounting firms ranked on InHerSight, EY has its best scores for maternity and adoptive leave and family growth support at 4.1 and 4.0 respectively. One woman said, “EY as a company is very committed to meeting the needs of women and parents. They provide some exceptional benefits including 16 week parental leave, providing a pump for all new moms and paying to ship breast milk while you are traveling.”

Dell β€οΈοΈ

3.6 out of 5 stars| More ratings

The Texas-based PC maker boasts its InHerSight bests with flexibility and vacation. The ability to telecommute and paid time off both rate at 4.3, while the people you work with comes in at a 3.9 rating for the company. A user said this about Dell, “Have enjoyed the flexible work arrangements, travel opportunities and trust from leadership to get my job done in the way that's best for me and my family.”

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At InHerSight, our mission is to improve the workplace for women by measuring it. We bring women’s insights together into a common framework to show where companies excel and where they fall short so more women can find their ideal workplace. For more on women in the workplace follow InHerSight on Twitter or Facebook.

 

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