Bain And Company Tops Glassdoor's Best Places To Work 2019 List
The firm is the only company to earn four number one rankings from Glassdoor
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Bain & Company is number one on Glassdoor’s 2019 Best Places to Work list. The firm has earned the most number one rankings in the history of the annual list, topping the charts on four separate occasions. Bain has now made the list eleven consecutive times, one of only three companies to do so, always placing in the top four spots.
Karan Singh, the Managing Partner of Bain & Company's India offices said; “It is heartening to have Bain & Company ranked at the top of the Glassdoor Best Places to Work list again this year. It reaffirms our strong belief in a workplace environment that is conducive to creating holistic, well-rounded career development opportunities for all our employees. To be able to provide this while delivering high impact-relevant solutions to our clients, is indeed an outcome we take pride in.”
In their reviews on Glassdoor, Bain & Company, employees repeatedly emphasize their positive learning experiences working with global clients to create real, lasting results and business value. “We are incredibly proud Glassdoor continues to recognize Bain & Company as a great place to work, based entirely on reviews from our employees,” said Manny Maceda, Bain & Company’s Worldwide Managing Partner. “This recognition is particularly meaningful because the feedback comes directly from employees. It is a testament to Bain’s culture, which delivers high impact for our clients while also creating a highly supportive environment for employees to learn, grow and thrive in their careers.”
A Senior Software Engineer in New Delhi writes on Glassdoor, “Best workplace to work, Great Culture, Great opportunities to work onto latest technologies.” In an era of disruption, companies must figure out how to gain a competitive advantage. This is where Bain & Company enters with integrated expertise from employees of diverse backgrounds to “work with true results oriented leaders on large scale (often digital) transformation” according to a Partner in Brussels.
“Our entire business model is based on the continued success of our global team. Without their success we cannot hope to drive results for our clients.” said Russ Hagey, Bain & Company’s Chief Talent Officer. “We see investing in our employees as investing in the future leaders of the firm. That’s why Bain & Company is committed to encouraging and enabling our employees’ personal and professional growth.”
“I cannot think of a better place to start your career,” said one Glassdoor reviewer from Kuala Lumpur. “You will develop exceptional hard skills (strategic insight, analytic prowess) and soft skills (compelling communications, inspirational leadership, stakeholder management), see a wide range of organizations and business problems, and get the best coaching you can imagine to become a well-rounded business leader. [Bain’s] culture is fantastic… every employee is cultivated to [their] full potential, with not only great apprenticeship and mentorship [opportunities], but diverse growth opportunities and flex options.”
The annual Glassdoor ranking is based on reviews from employees who elect to provide feedback on their jobs, work environment and key workplace attributes, such as compensation, culture and values, senior management and work-life balance. The complete list is available at Best Places to Work in 2019.