People who work for this Atlanta-based airline report that it's a positive workplace for women, there's lots of schedule flexibility, and the corporate culture is worth staying for.
While TJ's workers are usually part-time, employees say the flexible hours, generous hourly rates, employee discount, and friendly staff and customers make the job great. (Not to mention all the free food tastings.)
LinkedIn may be known for connecting people with other jobs, but employees who work for the San Francisco-based networking site itself stick around for the driven corporate culture, effective leadership, and a common mission to change lives.
In true yoga spirit, Lululemon employees are surrounded by a good-vibes-only work environment: Personal development and team bonding are encouraged and there's a focus on work-life balance.
Google's out-of-the-box thinkers are treated to generous pay and serious perks — from free meals daily to luxe parties and getaways (and much more). Transparency is also an underrated perk: Employees are encouraged to ask questions about the company on a regular basis.
Aside from an incredibly altruistic company mission, employees say St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has supportive supervisors, room for growth and advancement, and a high level of respect for all staff.
Costco employees think it's a great place to work thanks to its benefits packages and generous pay.
Salesforce is a fast-paced software company, and while it's based in San Francisco, one of the biggest benefits of working for Salesforce is how many remote positions are available.
Global management consulting firm Bain & Company is known for the support managers give their employees, having a focus on company values and mentorship, and opportunities ranging from transfers to travel.
Despite recent controversies, people more than "like" working at Facebook. The company behind the social network is known for its trailblazing culture and exciting projects, and employees say no two days are the same, so there's no getting bored at work.
Based in Boston, this inbound marketing, sales, and service software company prides itself on its focus on diversity (especially for women) and professional development offerings.
Southwest Airlines employees say the company has a family-like workplace environment and the benefits are great (think high 401K matching and stock options).
Software and technology company SAP is known for its fast-paced environment and learning opportunities.
Intuit, the company behind TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, and Turbo, offers employee perks like compressed workweeks, pet insurance, and college tuition reimbursement, according to Fortune.