Glassdoor: The Top 10 Tech Companies To Work For In 2022

Glassdoor says many of these tech companies made the 2022 Best Places to Work list for several reasons: ‘flexible work environments, consistent support throughout the pandemic and a focus on better pay, benefits, and work-life balance.’

Many Tech Companies Make This Year’s List

Glassdoor revealed its list of the best places to work for in 2022 earlier this month, and several large tech companies made the cut.

This includes semiconductor giant Nvidia, marketing software company HubSpot and internet giant Google, all of which made the top 10 list for a second year in a row.

Glassdoor, which ranks companies by their average employee rating, said many of these tech companies made the 2022 list for several reasons: “flexible work environments, consistent support throughout the pandemic and a focus on better pay, benefits, and work-life balance.”

What follows are Glassdoor’s top 10 tech companies to work for in 2022, which includes where each company falls on the list, what the company does and an excerpt of an employee review.

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Overall: 19

Rating: 4.4

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based LinkedIn is a Microsoft-owned social network platform that is focused on businesses. Founded in 2002, LinkedIn has since expanded well beyond its core focus of social networking into job postings, analytics and online learning.

Review Excerpt: “LinkedIn has transparent leadership, great benefits, flexible workplace, and a strong emphasis on diversity, inclusion, and belonging.”


Overall: 17

Rating: 4.4

Cambridge, Mass.-based Akamai provides solutions for security, cloud delivery and edge computing. Founded in 1998, the company’s offerings are buoyed by its content delivery network, which spans more than 4,200 locations across 135 countries.

Review Excerpt: “Great environment, people, good workload, responsible employer, good initiatives and overall good leadership on opportunities to grow.”


Overall: 16

Rating: 4.4

San Jose, Calif.-based Adobe provides a variety of products for creativity, marketing and document management. Founded in 1982, the company’s portfolio includes creativity-focused applications like Photoshop and Premiere Pro, document management solutions like Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Sign and marketing solutions like Adobe Marketo Engage and Adobe Analytics.

Review Excerpt: “Adobe is a socially conscious company who puts their employees and customers first. I’m proud to be a part of the organization.”


Overall: 14

Rating: 4.5

San Francisco-based Twilio provides communication APIs for SMS text messages, voice calls, video calls and authentication. Founded in 2008, the company provides solutions for marketing, operations and customer service across several industries, including financial services and retail.

Review Excerpt: “It‘s amazing to have such a supportive atmosphere, with a rapidly growing company even though Covid is forcing everyone to work remotely. The systems have been thought through and make sense. Employee expectations are high, but reasonable and built with facts and resources in mind. the alignment between employees, the company and customers seems to be amazingly solid.”


Overall: 13

Rating: 4.5

San Ramon, Calif.-based Five9 is a provider of cloud-based call and contact center software. Founded in 2001, the company’s portfolio includes products for voice, email, mobile, chat and SMS text messaging. It also has products specifically aimed at inbound calls as well as outbound calls.

Review Excerpt: “I have been with Five9 for almost 4 years and I absolutely love it here. I feel supported in my role by my coworkers and my boss, and feel like I have an opportunity to grow my career within the organization. I can honestly say I am very proud to work for Five9 and hope to work here for many more years.”


Overall: 10

Rating: 4.5

San Francisco-based Salesforce provides a wide range of cloud-based enterprise software for sales, marketing, collaboration and more. Founded in 1999, the company’s offerings are buoyed by its customer relationship management platform, but it has since expanded into several other areas, including collaboration with its 2021 acquisition of Slack.

Review Excerpt: “Fantastic work environment. Love everyone I encounter at work. Great to work for a company that values the customer as much as Salesforce does”


Overall: 7

Rating: 4.5

Mountain View, Calif.-based Google is one of the largest tech companies in the world, providing a wide range of internet-related services and products that includes smartphones, cloud computing infrastructure and cloud-based productivity software. Founded in 1998, the company was reorganized in 2014 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alphabet Inc.

Review Excerpt: “All the good things people say are true--great culture, great pay, and benefits, fun projects, awesome offices.”


Overall: 5

Rating: 4.6

Redwood City, Calif.-based Box provides cloud-based content management, collaboration and file sharing tools. Founded in 2005, the company pitches itself as a top collaboration platform that can integrate with thousands of applications, automate processes and protect data.

Review Excerpt: “Had an amazing time working there, even during the pandemic. The CEO has a great focus on culture and people, and it shines throughout.”


Overall: 2

Rating: 4.6

Cambridge, Mass.-based HubSpot provides marketing, sales and customer service software. Founded in 2005, the software company’s core business is a customer relationship management platform that hooks into other products for marketing, sales, content management, customer service and operations.

Review Excerpt: “The company works remarkably hard to create an inclusive community where every single person is able to bring their best, whole self to work.”


Overall: 1

Rating: 4.6

Santa Clara, Calif.-based Nvidia is the dominant provider of graphics processing units. Founded in 1993, the semiconductor company got its start making GPUs for PCs, but the chipmaker significantly expanded its business into other areas, including using GPUs to accelerate AI workloads in servers and edge devices. The company now has much larger goal of being a full-stack computing company, which includes high-performance network chips, purpose-built systems and enterprise software products.

Review Excerpt: “Products and focus are fun and are leading on the market. Company benefits are fantastic, stock is doing well. People here are easy to work with and super helpful, having that engineer culture is great. CEO is brilliant and cares about his employees. People see it as a growing company still, it has great potential in the future.”