What makes it so great?
Jetlag and post-vacation depression aren't problems for employees at the Coca-Cola branches in Peru, Argentina, and Chile; after taking a break of ten-plus days, staffers are allowed to take an additional two hours off on their first day back and one hour off on their second day back.
"The company has the intimate feel of a small, local team combined with the resources and strategic approach of a global business," says an employee. "It's the best of large and small -- a place where you can really unleash your potential." The company, which first appeared on a Great Place to Work list 10 years ago, also has a Human Rights and Workplace Rights Policy, providing independent audits to ensure compliance.
Fat paychecks, sweet perks, and over 150,000 jobs ready to be filled -- these employers offer dream workplaces.
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