What makes it so great?
The manufacturer of products for the construction industry encourages its employees to volunteer -- and does so by example. Last year, the Canadian branch sponsored the building of a Habitat for Humanity home in Mississaugua, Ontario. The project cost about $6,000 and took 120 hours of labor.
On top of their good deeds, Hilti makes getting to the top a realistic goal. "Hilti `walks the talk' in terms of opportunity for internal advancement," says an employee. "The current CEO of Hilti North America started in a junior sales capacity." The company invests about $11.7 million and more than 32,000 working days per year in corporate culture workshops, furthering the possibility of an internal rising star to one day make it big.
Fat paychecks, sweet perks, and over 150,000 jobs ready to be filled -- these employers offer dream workplaces.
|Heineken and Sam Adams boycott St. Patty's Day parades|
|$20 Amazon Prime hike won't scare off customers|
|Meet the SAT tutor to the 1%|
|Number of millionaire households in the U.S. reaches high|
|Quiznos files for bankruptcy|