Ever upward. Those are the words that come to mind when we look over the 2019 list of the 100 Best Places to Work in IT and think about the listings of past years.
At this point, there are quite a few to think about. This is the 26th year that Computerworld has surveyed large, midsize and small organizations across the U.S. to find out which ones are the Best Places to Work in IT. Quite simply, the benefits and amenities that companies offer as they compete to hire and retain the top IT professionals in the workforce keep expanding. The best places provide more training, better health insurance options, more generous retirement-fund matching, more flexible time off policies, and better office environments that encourage collaboration. Year by year, the trend is … ever upward.
Over the years, new priorities have emerged. Diversity has become more valued. Policies that support work/life balance have gained prominence as differentiating factors for top employers.