Since the financial collapse of 2008, big name banks haven’t had the best reputations.
A global public opinion survey that came out in July, found 86 percent of comments shared via social media regarding banks was negative.There are many factors that determine whether or not a company is a great to work for, beyond just notoriety. Benefits, hours, culture and client interaction are just few of the many components to consider for a fulfilling a productive work environment.
Companies that implement employee perks are known to have happier employees, which ultimately results in creating a well-rounded, successful institution with less worker turnaround. Google, for example, offers their employees catered lunches, open spaces to work, and nap rooms, among other things.
Read a list of the top five best banks to work for and how they rank (information provided by Volt.com).