At this cloud-based provider of business software, superb performance literally pays off. Among the incentives: Mid-year, employees are eligible for what's called a "Kokua" or 25% of their full bonus. The company picks up the tab for a trip for two to Hawaii for sales employees who meet their full quota. And the top sales people are treated to a five-day trip to Kauai and treated to a $5,000 Tiffany & Co. shopping spree at one of the pop-up stores the company sets up.
In its 16th year, Fortune's ranking of the best workplaces in corporate America welcomes five list debutantes, and what's more, 78 of them are looking to fill nearly 67,000 jobs.
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