The down economy has definitely taken its toll on America’s workforce and employee morale, but that isn’t the case at every company. CareerBliss found the top companies that are making the biggest advancements in employee happiness year over year, by analyzing more than 250,000 company reviews and ratings submitted by employees.
The discount retailer topped the list of the biggest ‘leap’ in employee happiness at a 12.140% increase from last year. The company received high marks in benefits and senior management.
American Express ranked above the industry average in benefits and work place balance and saw a 10.4% increase in employee happiness.
The banking company posted strong marks for its benefits and saw a 9.1% increase in employee happiness.
Infosys Technologies’ saw an 8.9% increase in employee happiness and scored high in job security.
The discount retailer received an overall score of 3.3, with its lowest scores coming in the categories of compensation and ‘recommend to others’ with a 3.2.
The department store’s employee happiness increased 8.4% and scored high in the category of senior management.
Convergys received an increase of 8.5% in employee happiness with benefits being a leading reason for the contentment.
The home improvement retailer saw a 7.9% increase in happiness and was dragged down by its low score in the category of work-life balance.
Wipro Technologies received an increase in 6.9% in overall worker happiness with its highest scores coming in the categories of senior management and job security.
Fidelity experienced a 6.9% increase in its employee’s happiness with its highest score coming in the category of benefits.
Happy workers means higher productivity and output, something every employer wants. Here are the top 10 companies that achieved the biggest gains in employee happiness year over year, according to CareerBliss.