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Meet the 6 Latest Additions to Our 100 Best Companies Ranking

It’s not easy to break into the ranks, but these six companies have done it.

Meet the newcomers to this year’s ranking of Fortune‘s 100 Best Companies to Work For.

Ranging from hoteliers to consulting firms, these companies offer some sparkling benefits for employees along with stellar team building activities that have their workers raving.

From free lunches to free trips to Bermuda, these companies have worked hard to inspire and engage their workers.

Veterans United Home Loans

100 Best Companies rank: 30

Employees: 1,700

A private financial services company, Veterans United Home Loans offers its namesake, loans, to military families. And the company makes sure its employees understand the value of money. Before their first day on the job, new hires are sent $10 by the firm as a way to share how money can change someones lives.

And once in the company, employees and their families are invited out for a camping trip every summer that includes fishing, campfires, games, and S’mores.

VUHL also offers discounted gym memberships, and the unlikely choice of pet insurance in its benefits package—which may account for its popularity among employees.

Read more about their perks and benefits here.

Hilton Worldwide

100 Best Companies rank: 56

Employees: 58,800

A Virginia-based hotel and resort chain gone global, Hilton Worldwide is behind brands including Embassy Suites Hotels, DoubleTree, and Homewood Suites. The multinational company offers car washes, an onsite fitness center, and dry cleaning. It also offers a 60 day maternity leave and up to two weeks paid leave for dads and adoptive parents.

Other things that make Hilton a great place to work: health insurance for part timers, and a lot of opportunity for promotions.

Read more about their perks and benefits here.

Power Home Remodeling

100 Best Companies rank: 59

Employees: 1,500

Founded in 1992, the residential, exterior remodeling company offers personal travel services, massage therapy, dry cleaning service, and, the cherry on top, also hosts an year-end trip to a tropical destination. Past destinations have included a Caribbean cruise and a trip to Mexico. The company was named No.1 on Fortune’s list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials.

Read more about their perks and benefits here.

Encompass Home Health and Hospice

100 Best Companies rank: 69

Employees: 8,000

The Dallas-based home healthcare organization offer employees discounted gym memberships, partial college tuition reimbursements, and paid time off for volunteering. Which is really exciting, because the organization also takes employees and retirees on international medical missions. Those trips have gone to Honduras, Haiti, Uganda and Kenya.

The company also offers free lunch and breakfast on a regular basis.

Read more about their perks and benefits here.

First American

2016 Best Companies rank: 94

Employees: 11,241

First American bills itself as “Guardians of the American Dream” by providing title insurance, settlement services and home warranties for the real estate industry from its more than 800 offices in the U.S. Every year, First American sponsors “Team Build” events, giving employees paid time off to participate in Habitat for Humanity and other housing-related charities. Philanthropic efforts align with the mission. One employee explains, “First American participates with Habitat for Humanity because we have some of the same beliefs. We want to see people get into homes who could normally not purchase homes.”

Read more about their perks and benefits here.

Slalom

100 Best Companies rank: 100

Employees: 3,400

The Seattle-based consulting firm has a “no unwanted travel” policy, allowing their workers to stay in their hometown if they wish. The employer also gives workers one-month paid sabbatical every three years. At work, Slalom employees can expect free breakfast on a daily basis, an onsite fitness center and health insurance to part timers.
Read more about their perks and benefits here.

 

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