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Bank of America

The largest company on the list by revenue, this banking giant still manages to foster a sense of camaraderie. Eligible parents may also receive childcare reimbursements of up to $240 a month.

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Rank last year

-

Years on list

New

HQ location

Charlotte, N.C.

Employees

169,708

Job openings (as of February 2019)

7,500

Industry

Financial Services & Insurance

Revenue, 2018 or most recent year ($M)

$110,584

Year founded

1874

Type of organization

Public

Number of work sites

4,400

Perks
offers
Subsidized childcare
Compressed work weeks
Fully-paid sabbaticals
On-site fitness/subsidized gym
Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
Health insurance for part-timers
Sick days for part-timers
College tuition reimbursement
Diversity
% Minorities-
% African-American/Black-
% Asian-
% Caucasian/White-
% Hispanic/Latino-
% Native American/Alaska Native-
% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander-
% Two or more races-
% Unknown ethnicity-
Paid Time Off
General PTO30
# Sick days10
Compensation
Most common job (for salaried employee)-
Avg. base pay (salaried)-
Avg. extra compensation (salaried)-
Total pay for most common job (salaried)-
Hiring/Staffing (Past 12 Months)
Full-time and part-time job growth-
# of job applicants-
Avg. # of applicants per opening21
# New graduates hired-

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