Google’s employees in Argentina think it’s a great place to work. So do its employees in Brazil, Canada, India and Switzerland—not to mention the U.S.

That’s what the research and consultancy firm Great Place to Work, a Fortune partner, found in their most recent analysis of thousands of employee surveys from hundreds of multinational companies. Google takes the cake among global employers for the fourth year running—landing at or near the top of Great Place’s rankings in six countries. Accolades should also go to the countries that hosted more than an average number of great places to work, including Peru, Brazil, Canada, India, the U.S., and Germany—all home to more than eight of the top companies’ offices.

Here, Great Place to Work and Fortune present the cream of the crop of this year’s global workplaces based on feedback from employees around the world. For the complete methodology, visit greatplacetowork.com.

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1. Google googl

Inside Google Canada's Development Headquarters
Cole Burston—Bloomberg via Getty Images

Employees say:

“I love working for the greatest company in the history of the world! This place has been amazing and keeps getting better. There is nothing we can’t accomplish and everyone walking the halls feels they can change the world.”

“People talk about Google’s perks, and they are great. But what makes Google truly special is the people. I worked at 5 other companies before coming to Google, and I have never been anywhere with coworkers that are this smart, this motivated, this caring and this awesome. Everybody above me in my management chain is smarter than me and works harder than me—I think that is amazing. Almost everybody here is world-class at something, and, oh yeah, has a hobby where they are also world-class. It’s an amazing—sometimes intimidating—place to work, but that’s what makes it a great place to work: working with the best people on world-class problems.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology
Number of Employees Worldwide: 56,300
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India, Switzerland, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

2. SAS Institute

Multinational workplaces 2016- SAS Institute
Steve Muir

Employees say:

“More than anywhere else I’ve experienced, our company feels like a small, interconnected and supportive community. The workplace values and culture, which extend beyond the office and working hours, spreads between all employees. When you need help, there is always someone willing to help. … I couldn’t be more excited to have become a part of the family at SAS.”

“After working for 12 years a science teacher, I made the decision to leave and explore my interests outside of the classroom. It was hard to walk away from a career I was so passionate about and had spent so much of my time and energy building—and then I found myself at SAS, a dream come true! It is truly a different world here, one where I look forward to going to work each day. From the start, everyone has been so kind, welcoming and supportive.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology
Number of Employees Worldwide: 13,741
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

3. W. L. Gore & Associates

Multinational workplaces 2016- W.L. Gore & Associates
Stephen Ip

Employees say:

“Associates are truly empowered to make decisions that drive towards success for the enterprise. Our lattice structure removes the red tape that you see in many hierarchical companies, and allows you to go directly to the most knowledgeable associate to move forward toward your goals. Every leader is truly accessible, including our CEO—something I saw first hand when an associate who directly leads one of the teams I’m responsible for emailed her. The CEO answered within 24 hours and provided an in-depth and well-thought-out answer to help us make the right decision.”

“Each and every interaction with associates across the company leaves you with the feeling that you want to work here forever. Everyone cares about your happiness, both personally and professionally, and wants you to succeed. The culture is wonderful!”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Manufacturing and production—Textiles and textile products
Number of Employees Worldwide: 10,428
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: France, Germany, Greater China, Italy, Spain, Sweden, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

4. Dell EMC emc

Multinational workplaces 2016- Dell EMC
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Employees say:

“The freedom and flexibility we’re given to do our jobs is one of the main reasons EMC is a great place to work. We are not micromanaged, which allows us to take responsibility for our own actions. The people that that work at EMC are also a major part of why this is a great place to work—you feel a sense of belonging and ‘team spirit’ as we work towards the same goals, together.”

“We have a collaborative, inclusive environment and a camaraderie between all the professionals who work at EMC. There work is demanding, but the company always makes sure we have time for our family and ourselves. We get paid very well for what we do, which allows us and our families to have the resources we need to achieve our life goals. I am proud to belong to this company and family.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology—Storage/Data Management
Number of Employees Worldwide: 70,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Greater China, India, Ireland, Italy, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom

5. Daimler Financial Services

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Courtesy of Daimler Financial Services

Employees say:

“Daimler has a great work environment and great management that acts honestly and authentically. If there are some challenging decisions made, they are always communicated clearly and on time. Daimler Financial Services is THE place where everyone wants to work.”

“We have a different kind of culture, where directors are open to opinions. Their offices are always open and they are willing to solve any issue. There is a commitment to people here that feels good.”

Headquarters located in: Germany
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance
Number of Employees Worldwide: 8,388
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Canada, France, Germany, Greater China, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Spain, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Kingdom

6. NetApp ntap

Multinational workplaces 2016- NetApp
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Employees say:

“NetApp’s culture is unique and it’s what sets us apart from other companies. The emphasis on teamwork, getting the job done, and having fun doing it is a great benefit of working at NetApp.”

“NetApp’s focus on clients is consistent across all geographies, as well as all verticals. … It’s one of those places that truly makes a difference.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology—Storage/Data Management
Number of Employees Worldwide: 12,774
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Greater China, India, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

7. Adecco ahexy

Multinational workplaces 2016- Adecco
Courtesy of Adecco

Employees say:

“I truly believe that the opinions and ideas of everyone in this company (from bottom to top) are considered, and rolled out if possible. Nothing is simply ruled out.”

“I love the sense of family here. Managers make an effort to give praise for a job well done, whether it be a specific assignment or just daily tasks. I look forward to coming to work every day.”

Headquarters located in: Switzerland
Industry: Professional Services
Number of Employees Worldwide: 35,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom

8. Autodesk adsk

Multinational workplaces 2016- Autodesk
Courtesy of Autodesk

Employees say:

“There is a huge emphasis on a work life balance here that won’t be compromised. I have worked for companies in the past that would sacrifice that balance in the pursuit of results. That doesn’t happen at Autodesk.”

“I am greatly inspired by the mission and vision of Autodesk (Imagine, design, create.). Not only does our company build products for makers, but it also encourages us to be makers and explorers. My company’s vision drives me at work everyday.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology
Number of Employees Worldwide: 8,376
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Australia, Canada, Germany, Greater China, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

9. Belcorp

Multinational workplaces 2016- Belcorp
Courtesy of Belcorp

Employees say:

“My manager has one-on-one conversations with team members to learn more about them, both at work and outside of it, so they know who needs what kind of support so they can accomplish their work. It makes a huge difference.”

“The closeness of everyone at Belcorp, and how your work is recognized, makes you feel special and part of something important.”

Headquarters located in: Peru
Industry: Retail
Number of Employees Worldwide: 8,558
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru

10. Falabella

Multinational workplaces 2016- Falabella
Macarena Arellano

Employees say:

“Above all, what makes this a great place to work is the emphasis on human value and consideration for people. I also like the ability to approach anyone, regardless of their position, and to speak as equals and be free to express what I think.”

“On my team, our leaders believe some of the most important things are professional and personal development. We always receive support and advice from them, and are constantly being developed to make our work even better. We’re rowing in the same direction, with no favoritism. I feel happy every about the work I do at this company.”

Headquarters located in: Chile
Industry: Retail
Number of Employees Worldwide:103,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay

11. Hyatt h

Multinational workplaces 2016- Hyatt
Courtesy of Hyatt

Employees say:

“Hyatt sees the potential in employees, and helps them develop to achieve their career goals. Hyatt’s values are what inspired me to join. The way they take care of their staff and guests, and the way they incorporate fun and creativity into everyday mundane tasks makes this a great place to work.”

“I feel valued here. The brand is great, and the people who work here are great. I feel that my managers and colleagues are supportive, and that everyone is treated fairly and equally. Hyatt recognizes dedicated workers, and will help you progress.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Hospitality
Number of Employees Worldwide: 96,627
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: France, Germany, Greater China, India, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

12. Mars

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Employees say:

“The Five Principles, and the way we use them to run our business, is what makes Mars a truly unique company to work for. They help create a family feel where everyone collaborates to achieve a common goal.”

“The amount of emphasis on personal development and investment in people is enormous. We’re not hierarchical (no reserved parking spaces or separate offices for senior people, for example), but are extremely open and collaborative. We live and breathe the Five Principles of our business every day, acting as a business in ways that we can be consistently proud of.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Manufacturing & Production
Number of Employees Worldwide: 74,568
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: Australia, Brazil, Central America & Caribbean, Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greater China, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

13. Accor

Hospitality Operations Inside A Sofitel Luxury Hotel
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Employees say:

“Accor is special because it is a worldwide company, and all employees, regardless of rank, make up a great team.”

“We have excellent leaders who motivate us every day to be better. I have good benefits that not every company provides.”

Headquarters located in: France
Industry: Hospitality
Number of Employees Worldwide: 143,004
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, United Kingdom

14. Cisco csco

Multinational workplaces 2016- Cisco
Courtesy of Cisco

Employees say:

“Cisco fosters an employee’s motivation to grow not just within the company, but as a person. The way in which we work together is very different—there is so much support from everyone. Although there is competition, it is a competition where everyone wins.”

“Cisco is an amazing place to work because it offers a great working environment and culture. It is an exciting place to be with a lot of innovative and challenging work happening around you. The management is very supportive and transparent with its decisions and initiatives. We like to work hard and play hard! The company strikes the right balance between work and fun. I am proud to be a part of Cisco!”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology
Number of Employees Worldwide: 70,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

15. Cadence Design Systems

Multinational workplaces 2016- Cadence
Courtesy of Cadence Design Systems

Employees say:

“At Cadence, you have a lot of freedom to learn new things if you have an interest. I remember when I started in 1992, I told my father I would keep working at Cadence as long as I was learning new things. It is 2015 and I am still here.”

“The management team is involved directly in the technical side of projects, so they not only understand the issues we face when trying to solve a problem, they can almost always help to implement the solution or assist on completing a task or analysis. I think the management team dedicates 25 – 50% of their time to particular technical tasks on a project.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology—Software
Number of Employees Worldwide: 6,167
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Canada, Greater China, France, Germany, Ireland, India, Korea, Poland, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

16. Atento

Multinational workplaces 2016- Atento
Courtesy of Atento

Employees say:

“Atento is the best company I have ever worked for. The spirit of camaraderie is unique, and opportunities for growth and development are available to anyone who wishes to progress.”

“The fact that I can balance work with my personal life makes this a great place to work, as well as the ability to work with people who are my friends even outside the workday.”

Headquarters located in: Spain
Industry: Professional Services—Business Process Outsourcing
Number of Employees Worldwide: 150,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay

17. Hilton hlt

Multinational workplaces 2016- Hilton
Courtesy of Hilton

Employees say:

“We work well together and have ample opportunities and challenges to improve and get ahead. … I started unstopping toilets in one of our hotel brands, and I now lead a global organization. The company makes paths for you to get ahead if you stick to the mission of serving others. We are blessed to have mentors and great examples to help us make it all work.”

“Hilton is a family that welcomes you with open arms. If you believe in its values, and they align with yours, it feels like a relationship that’s meant to be. If one wants to move forward and is willing to put in the work and be part of the team, the possibilities are endless.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Hospitality
Number of Employees Worldwide: 148,397
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Colombia, Greater China, India, Italy, Mexico, Peru, The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

18. Scotiabank

Multinational workplaces 2016- Scotiabank
Courtesy of Scotiabank

Employees say:

“There is an excellent atmosphere between managers and employees that makes you feel at home.”

“Scotiabank is very accepting and embracing of every type of person regardless of sex, ethnicity, race, age, etc. It’s also very engaged in the community.”

Headquarters located in: Canada
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance—Banking/Credit Services
Number of Employees Worldwide: 86,665
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru

19. Diageo

Diageo Plc Is Trying To Figure Out How To Increase Scotch Sales
Matthew Lloyd—Bloomberg via Getty Images

Employees say:

“There is a confidence in executives, and high levels of trust in employees, which creates the freedom to be successful. There is also an atmosphere of constant celebration, which makes for an excellent environment that promotes enthusiasm and the passion to make things happen.”

“People are encouraged to take ownership of their work, and to lead the rest of the business to the amazing outcome they want to make happen. Then when they make this amazing outcome a reality they are widely recognized and celebrated.”

Headquarters located in: United Kingdom
Industry: Manufacturing & Production—Beverages
Number of Employees Worldwide: 33,000
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Canada, Central America & Caribbean, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, The Netherlands, Uruguay, Venezuela

20. S.C. Johnson

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Employees say:

“S.C. Johnson offers very challenging jobs that are still compatible with our personal lives. The values they have are put into practice very well. We have unique benefits, and are recognized by the market as a leader in every aspect (leading products, practices, etc.). It is an honor to work here.”

“We are encouraged to express our ideas and personality, and to take action to evolve in our career. We also have a lot of parties and initiatives to bring us together and strengthen our bonds. We are recognized if we perform well.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Manufacturing & Production
Number of Employees Worldwide: 13,000
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Central America & Caribbean, Poland, United Kingdom, Venezuela

21. EY

Multinational workplaces 2016- EY
Courtesy of EY

Employees say:

“I love the ‘people culture.’ I feel that people come first, and it’s not always about making a buck for the firm. With the emphasis on the culture (enabling, caring, mentoring, sponsoring), people perform exceptionally, which results in high performance for clients, which in turn provides opportunities for all.”

“I am proud of the community we have created within our offices and across the world. We have a significant focus on diversity and inclusiveness and have made tremendous strides developing high performing, inclusive, and sustainable teams. I believe our people are measured on their performance in a balanced way that speaks to our focus on building a better working world. We measure our employees on business metrics, but also the impact they make on our people, teams and community.”

Headquarters located in: United Kingdom
Industry: Professional Services
Number of Employees Worldwide: 205,627
Type of Company: Private
Countries where it ranks near the top: Belgium, Canada, Central America & Caribbean, India, Mexico, Turkey, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

22. Adobe adbe

An Adobe corporate office.David Wakely Photography

Employees say:

“Having worked for the last 20-plus years for different companies, I was amazed at the different way Adobe treats and respects its employees. They have a great balance between working smart, caring for the local community, and allowing employees to enjoy their personal lives. Great company with a true balance across the globe allowing individuals to succeed if they want to do so.”

“I am proud of this company’s involvement in the community and the world at large. I’m proud of the way it conducts its business. I am especially proud of the products we make. Just yesterday a person I met in a store noticed a small Adobe token I was wearing and thanked me for the Creative Cloud suite of products. How cool is that?”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Information Technology
Number of Employees Worldwide: 12,914
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Australia, Germany, India, United Kingdom, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

23. Monsanto mon

Fruit And Vegetable Seed Production Inside Monsanto Co. Seed Valley Greenhouses
Jasper Juinen—Bloomberg via Getty Images

Employees say:

“In managers, I always find honesty, and I have the opportunity to express my opinions freely. It is possible to gain the trust of your superiors, which leads to projects.”

“At Monsanto, your efforts in your daily work are recognized, and you feel affection for the people who work in the company.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Manufacturing & Production—Chemicals
Number of Employees Worldwide: 21,072
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, Greater China, Guatemala, Paraguay, Poland, Mexico

24. 3M mmm

Multinational workplaces 2016- 3M
Courtesy of 3M

Employees say:

“There is an attitude of problem-solving across the entire company, combined with a desire to help others.”

“Every morning when I come into the office, people smile and say hello. In the hallways, they smile. People are happy and it’s infectious. When I leave at the end of the day, I feel like I’ve contributed and I look forward to seeing my friends at work again tomorrow.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Manufacturing & Production
Number of Employees Worldwide: 89,753
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Ireland, Italy, Nicaragua, Panama, Poland, Portugal, United Arab Emirates

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

25. American Express axp

Multinational workplaces 2016- American Express
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Employees say:

“The thing that stands out about this company to me is that from day one I felt like everyone was sincerely interested in me being successful. Every leader I have had in my 10-year career here has made it a point to partner with me to achieve my professional goals.”

“American Express is a family, not a job. It’s an environment where we all help each other for the success of the company, and consideration of our card members. I am so proud to work here.”

Headquarters located in: United States
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance—Banking/Credit Services
Number of Employees Worldwide: 52,412
Type of Company: Public
Countries where it ranks near the top: India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, United States

Read the Great Place to Work review here.


Methodology

About the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list

Since 2011, Great Place to Work has identified the top organizations that create great workplaces in multiple countries in which they operate through the publication of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list. To be considered eligible for the multinational list, companies must meet our definition of a Multinational Company and appear on a minimum of 5 national best workplaces lists that rank organizations based on the results of their Trust Index employee survey and Culture Audit assessment (to qualify in the United States, we look at winners of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list). The results of those national lists, in addition to extra points awarded for the number of countries an organization surveyed employees in, and the percentage of the company’s global workforce represented by those surveys, are combined to create a top 25 ranking.

Candidates for the list must have a minimum of 5,000 employees worldwide, and 40% of their workforce (or 5,000 employees) must be based outside of the country in which they are headquartered. Candidates for the 2016 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list will have appeared on the following lists: Best Workplaces in Asia 2016, Best Workplaces in Latin America 2016, Best Workplaces in Europe 2016, Best Workplaces in Canada 2016, Best Workplaces in Nigeria 2016, Best Workplaces in Brazil 2016 and Fortune Best Companies to Work For in US 2016.

Click here for more on Fortune’s “25 Best Global Companies to Work For.”