Contact Information
  • Librarian: Chanitra Bishop
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
  • Phone: (812) 855-8386
Additional Contacts
    • Librarian: Emily Okada
    • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
    • Phone: (812) 855-1643
last updated: 4/26/2010

Top Employers

What are the best companies to work for in your industry or in your city? These resources have ranked companies according to criteria like employee benefits, professional development, diversity, and quality of work life.

Career Reference Collection

Find a Copy in the Library:
Choose a featured book from the Worldcat list below. Enter your zipcode if one doesn't appear. Select the "Indiana University" library link, which will take you to the book's IUCAT record (IUCAT is the library's online catalog).

Online Resources

To simultaneously search the websites listed below, Search the Top Employers Page with the search box at the bottom of the page.

Best Companies Lists
Compiled by the Great Place to Work Institute, which creates the Fortune "100 Best Companies to Work For" list, this site links to "Best Companies" lists for the North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia, as well as individual countries. Top Entry Level Employers
Annual ranking based on number of entry-level hires.

Computerworld's100 Best Places to Work in IT
Check out the full list of employers or review various articles to see who's tops in categories like benefits, retention, career development, diversity hiring, training and hot projects.

Dog-Friendly Employers
Can't stand the thought of getting a job and leaving Fido home alone? Take him with you by searching this nationwide list of employers that allow dogs in the workplace.

Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For
Fortune's annual list of employers who know how to treat workers right. Provides entry-level salary information for both professional and production/service workers. Gives specific job titles, links to companies, and a customizable ranking form.

50 Best Companies of the Fortune 500 for Latinas to Work For
A national listing compiled by Latina Style magazine. The principal areas of evaluation include number of Latina executives, dependent/child care support, leave for childbirth, alternative work policies, benefits, women's issues, and Hispanic relations.

last updated: 4/26/2010