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Employees want to work for a company with a positive workplace culture. Find out which organizations were named ‘2019 Best Places to Work,’ according to Glassdoor reviews.

Money is great, but for many employees, the workplace culture is equally—if not more—important than their salary.

A positive culture can be incredibly important for employee retention and morale—but a negative environment can quickly become a PR nightmare.

Employees have spoken, and Glassdoor used their reviews to compile its “2019 Best Places to Work” list.

The job search site analyzed more than 45 million employee reviews from more than 800,000 employers to compile the list.

Which organizations topped this year’s list? Here are the top five, along with reviews shared on Glassdoor:

1. Bain & Company

“Bain is the most collaborative and supportive environment I have worked in. I am continuously challenged, but always feel that I have others to whom I can ask questions, get feedback, and help my professional development.”

2. Zoom Video Communications

“… I am happy to come into work every day and work with people that have quickly become friends. Everyone works hard and has fun doing it. There are also weekly and monthly events to get to know your coworkers out of the office!

On top of all that, they love to promote internally, compensation and benefits are amazing, and you get free lunch 4 times a week!”

3. In-N-Out Burger

“You get to work with amazing people and you have great opportunities to advance both in store and corporate. They offer great training and have a great support structure.”

4. Procore Technologies

“From the day I started working at Procore, I’ve felt welcome, engaged, and energized. The work is challenging and fast-paced, but the people and culture make coming to the office something I look forward to everyday. Procore truly lives its values of Ownership, Optimism, and Openness—visible in everything from the frequent and authentic communication from our executives to the positive and supportive attitudes of our employees. I love being part of a team working to build a product that positively impacts the global construction industry, making it safer, more organized, and more cost effective.”

5. Boston Consulting Group

“Best work and life balance, amazing benefits, amazing people and most importantly a people first focused company. What else can you ask for?

I’ve been working at BCG since November 2016 and it’s been the best place I worked at so far. I’m married and I have two kids. They are my life and BCG gives me the flexibility to spend as much time as I can with them by allowing me to work anywhere. At BCG ‘work is not a place you go, it’s a thing you do.’ I truly believe that concept.”

See the full list here.

Want to work for one of the organizations voted best places to work? Here are openings at the top five organizations on this year’s list:

  1. Bain & Company seeks a marketing coordinator in New York City.
  2. Zoom is looking for a marketing operations specialist in Denver.
  3. In-N-Out Burger is searching for a senior learning and development specialist in Irvine, California.
  4. Procore Technologies is seeking a senior product marketing manager in Los Angeles.
  5. Boston Consulting Group seeks a marketing director in Boston.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Senior manager of executive and internal communications—GitHub (California)

Senior vice president of marketing and communications—Pittsburgh International Airport (Pennsylvania)

Speechwriter—Office of the Attorney General (New York)

Media relations manager—Macy’s (Illinois)

Vice president of programming for National Geographic Expeditions—National Geographic Partners (Washington, D.C.)

External communications and public relations manager—American Red Cross (Utah)

Manager, media strategy and planning—ESPN (New York)

Partner integrated marketing manager—PayPal (California)

Washington correspondent—MinnPost (Minnesota)

Public relations and events intern—British Toy & Hobby Association (United Kingdom)

Social marketing specialist—Hootsuite (Canada)

Senior marketing communications manager—Microsoft (Washington)

Disney executive communications internship—Fall 2019—Disney Parks & Resorts (Florida)

Country head of marketing, France—British Council (France)

Global marketing analytics associate—Spotify (New York)

Public relations director—Wounded Warriors Project (Florida)

Press secretary—Chicago Public Schools (Illinois)

North American public relations director—lululemon (Canada)

Public affairs director (bilingual—English and Spanish)—AT&T (Washington, D.C.)

Senior product manager—Hulu (Washington)

Group manager, public relations and communications, EMEA—Zendesk (United Kingdom)

Public relations and digital manager—University of Wisconsin-Madison (Wisconsin)

Paid social media manager—Nickelodeon (New York)

Internal communications manager—Twitter (California)

Senior public relations associate—Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants (Illinois)

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