Fortune: Exclusive analysis of the 100 Best Companies To Work For

This morning, Fortune published its 2020 ranking of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, with the top slots going to Hilton, Ultimate Software, Wegmans Food Markets, Cisco, and Workday. The top ranked firms are often the bar-setters for employee benefits and perks and more recently setting business standards for inclusion.

 
But what are the 100 Best Companies to Work For doing right? Why should you want to work there? And what should your business consider emulating? Fortune ran the numbers for our most valued readers to answer just that.

 
Numbers you should know

$1.15 trillion

The total combined worldwide revenue of these 100 firms. That’s just shy of the $1.2 trillion gross domestic product of Mexico.

34%

The average percentage of these 100 companies workforces that are minorities. And 16% firms on the ranking have workforces where minority racial groups make up more than half of its employees.

44%

Companies on the ranking that offer on-site medical care. That includes No. 6 ranked Salesforce. While 12 out of 100 companies pay 100% of health care benefits for full-time employees.

3,000

The number of cultural events that Bank of America held for the purpose of helping employees learn about and connect with peers from different racial/ethnic, religious or country-of-origin identities other than their own.

$30,000

The maximum amount NVIDIA, a tech firm based in California, provides to employees to pay down their student loan debt. A total of 15 out of 100 firms offer this perk.

48%

The average percentage of these 100 companies” workforces that are women. And 37% of ranked firms have a workforce that are majority women, with the highest being at Bright Horizons Family Solutions (94%) and Encompass Health Home Health & Hospice (85%).

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