Get a job at one of these 15 companies if you want to work with a great leadership team A new list from workplace review site Comparably reveals how employees rank higher-ups at companies like Uber, Adobe, and Topgolf.


Everyone knows that leadership can make or break a company, but it's challenging to gauge a company's internal culture without having firsthand experience. This is where Comparably's annual list of Best Leadership Teams comes in. These rankings are based on anonymous ratings and feedback from current employees. With over 15 million employee ratings from more than 70,000 companies, Comparably's platform provides comprehensive data on organizations large and small, thanks to its privacy features that encourage candid feedback.

This year's list is based on ratings collected between May 13, 2023, and May 13, 2024. Large companies are defined as having more than 500 employees, while small and midsize companies have less than 500. To be considered, small and midsize companies needed participation from at least 25 employees.

Topping the list this year is Elsevier, a Dutch academic public company based in Philadelphia. ADP, a human resources management software firm in Roseland, New Jersey, secured the second spot. Recognized names include Uber, taking third place, and Topgolf, headquartered in Dallas, ranking sixth.

The top 15 large companies are as follows:

1. Elsevier, Philadelphia

2. ADP, Roseland, New Jersey

3. Uber, San Francisco

4. Informatica, Redwood City, California

5. Hubspot, Cambridge

6. Topgolf, Dallas

7. Concentrix, Newark, California

8. RingCentral, Belmont, California

9. Adobe, San Jose

10. Teleperformance, Salt Lake City

11. TaskUs, New Braunfels, Texas

12. Elastic, San Francisco

13. Baylor, Dallas

14. Calix, San Jose

15. Trustwave, Chicago

However, there is room for improvement. Comparably found that nearly every surveyed employee felt their manager needed better communication skills. Employees also rated the overall performance of their CEOs and the leadership skills of the executive teams. The survey included more in-depth questions about employees' comfort levels in giving feedback to their direct managers.

Lists like these are valuable because they offer potential employees insights into some of the most influential companies. They also provide leadership teams with authentic feedback that might be otherwise hard to obtain. Comparably's full list features 100 large companies and another 100 small and midsize ones.  

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