Costco needs to be on that list - they are amazing to their employees. I know first hand. Benefits are wonderful, PTO time is great, holidays off arewhat most companies do not offer, and the room for advancement is good too.
Once I tried to be my own boss. It worked out well for a while, then I started butting heads with the boss and got fired.
Top employer for work-life balance - The United States federal government and the heads of it's 50 states. They seem very relaxed and well taken care of.
United Airlines should be on the list too. It was willing to kick a paying-customer off the plane and lose over $1 Billion in stocks in order to accommodate its employees.
I wish we had a Wegmans in our area, they are the best
The company you own.
Yep, my employer wants me to balance all the work they want me to do, that is my life........
If businesses truly believed women produce as much as men, and they were only paid 80% as much, the entire work force would be women! What does that tell you?
Lol... H&R Block, Intuit (Turbo Tax), Spirit Halloween, and Honey Baked Ham all have a good "work life balance" because you only work a small part of the year.
I'd love to see the list of worst companies for work/life balance. Even temp. firms make you sign a form consenting to "mandatory overtime", and often those hours come at the very last minute. I've had supervisors reprimand me because I could only stay for two hours as opposed to four, and they got my notice very quickly. Some supervisors think that everybody looking for work is so desperate to keep that job, no matter how mundane or horrible, that they will automatically say "yes" in fear of being terminated. We are human beings, not robots, although by looking at the amounts of "on" cellphones on certain employee's desks, the robot identity is open for debate.