Become a Better Company to Work For

Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For" is always fun reading, but we all know that most workplaces in the U.S. just aren’t in this league when it comes to how they treat their employees.

This time every year, Fortune rolls out its latest edition of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Companies are rated on communication, training, recognition programs, and job satisfaction, as well as those quirky workplace benefits that always make headlines—free M&Ms at Mars, a bring-your-pet-to-work day (“Dog Day”) at Hitachi. And, of course, there’s always a new perk at perennial favorite Google, which subsidized 100,000 hours of massa

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