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    Burnout is a nonentity at this enterprise tech company, thanks to myriad development programs that “keep everyone energized.” After three years, staffers can take part in a “Take 2” training program to learn new skills. Five-year veterans can sign up for the “Take 3” program to work on new projects for up to three months. Read Great Place to Work review here.

    Company Info

    Rank last year42
    Years on list4
    HQ locationPalo Alto, Calif.
    Job openings (as of February 2018)1,360
    IndustryInformation Technology
    Revenue, 2017 or most recent year ($M)$7,090
    Year founded1998
    Type of organizationPublic
    Number of work sites53


    100% health coverageYes
    Unlimited sick daysNo
    Job sharingNo
    Subsidized childcareNo
    Compressed work weeksNo
    Fully-paid sabbaticalsYes
    On-site fitness/subsidized gymYes
    On-site medical care facilityYes
    Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientationYes
    Health insurance for part-timersYes
    Sick days for part-timersYes
    College tuition reimbursementYes
    Student loan debt repaymentNo
    Medical facility at all locationsNo


    % Minorities42%
    % African-American/Black2%
    % Asian33%
    % Caucasian/White53%
    % Hispanic/Latino5%
    % Native American/Alaska Native-
    % Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander-
    % Two or more races1%
    % Unknown ethnicity5%

    Paid Time Off

    General PTO-
    # Sick days10
    General PTO for part-timers-
    # Sick days for part-timers-


    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 growth5%
    # of job applicants49,331
    Avg. # of applicants per opening19
    FT voluntary turnover8%
    Jobs filled internally28%
    Jobs filled by referral26%
    # New graduates hired228