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Published together with our partner Great Place to Work, the 100 Best Workplaces for Women rankings are based entirely upon feedback from more than 137,762 women at Great Place to Work–Certified companies.

Women completed our anonymous Trust Index© survey, answering questions about how frequently they experience the behaviors that create a great workplace, including, for example, their assessment of how fairly they're treated regardless of gender, the quality and authenticity of communications with managers, and equitable pay and promotion practices.

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Fortune’s second annual list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women highlights companies with generous benefits, flexible schedules, and an emphasis on balancing work and life. Rankings are determined by employee surveys and the representation of women within the organizations.

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Intuit

Courtesy of Intuit Inc.

Employees say:

 

“When Intuit says they have an open-door policy they mean it. There was a guy on my team whose wife had cancer and needed a special medication. After a couple weeks of fighting with the insurance company he emailed [CEO] Brad Smith. Within 10 minutes he had a response and his wife got what she needed that day. Intuit is by far the best place I have ever worked. I love this company and its values!”

 

“I believe one thing I’ve loved most about working here is that there have been numerous opportunities to grow my career and myself at Intuit. I’ve been here 20 years this August and have had 7-10 different assignments during that time—all with new and exciting things to learn, people to meet, and work to do! I’ve loved the adventure of being an Intuit employee.”

 

Read the Great Place to Work Review here.

Company Info

Industry Information Technology
Sector Software
HQ Location Mountain View, Calif.
Company Type Public
# Work Sites 17
U.S. Employees 6113
Web Address http://www.intuit.com
Best Companies
Best Companies Rank 34
Best Companies URL http://fortune.com/best-companies/intuit-34/

Women in the Organization

% of Women in the Company 40%
% of Women in Executive/Manager Positions 37%
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