2014 Best Companies All Stars

Only 13 companies have reappeared on Fortune's Best Companies list every year since it began in 1998. By consistently investing in employees' health and well-being to create stellar workplaces, these employers have become perennial Hall of Famers. Meet Fortune's 100 Best Companies All Stars.

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The family-run grocery chain enlisted its own pharmacists to launch a wholesale health-kick: so far, 89 percent of store employees have checked their blood pressure through the company, and nearly 3,000 employees are working directly with a pharmacist to better their results. Operating chief Jack DePeters keeps an ear to the ground with a q-and-a blog, which generates hundreds of submissions, while the company maintains a strong track record of promoting from within its ranks.

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100 Best Companies to Work For

Google tops the list once again, marking its eighth appearance and fifth time as No. 1. The big news: All are hiring and seek talented candidates to fill 114,113 jobs.

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