The top IoT companies to work for in 2019 – based on Glassdoor rankings
Employees would most recommend the following companies to their friends looking for an IoT job: IGEL, SAP, ARM, Fortinet, Google, Microsoft, Bosch, Samsara, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Dell Technologies, Red Hat, Cisco Systems and Trend Micro. These 14 companies are the highest rated by employees working for them based on a comparison of Computer Reseller News’ Internet of Things 50, 2019 with their respective Glassdoor scores as of August 18 2019.
The Computer Reseller News’ Internet of Things 50, 2019 list of companies is used to complete the analysis as it is an impartial, independent list created by CRN. Using the CRN list as a foundation, the following analysis captures the best companies in their respective areas today.
Comparing the Glassdoor scores of the (%) of employees who would recommend this company to a friend and (%) of employees who approve of the CEO, the following analysis was completed. 14 IoT companies on the list have very few (less than 20) or no Glassdoor reviews, so they are excluded from the rankings. In 2017 I did a factor analysis and found that companies who flood Glassdoor with fake reviews hit a wall around 10 posts. With those findings in mind, an IoT company would need a minimum of 20 current employee interviews to be included in the final recommended list.
Please find the full data set available for download here. The best IoT companies to work for are shown below and please click on the graphic to expand for easier reading:
The highest-rated IoT CEOs on Glassdoor as of August 18 include:
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