Google's campus in Mountain View, California.

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HubSpot, Google and Facebook top the list of companies with the best leadership teams among large companies, according to compensation, culture and career monitoring website Comparably.

Leadership teams consist of roughly 10 to 20 executives within a company. According to Comparably CEO Jason Nazar, the team at marketing software company HubSpot stands out for its attention to employees.

“HubSpot is one of the most consistently focused ... on company culture (and) on employee experience,” Nazar said. “They’re (an) extremely well-run company, where they take a lot of time and care for the processes and procedures and how to make these employees successful.”

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Many companies in the best leadership team list also appear in Comparably's best managers list. According to Nazar, managers are employees that have direct reports and are not C-level leaders.

The lists below represent the best leadership teams and managers of companies, as rated by their employees on Comparably.com. Large companies are organizations with more than 500 employees. Small-to-medium companies are organizations with fewer than 500 employees. 

Best leadership, large companies

Top 50, ranked in order

1. HubSpot, Cambridge, Mass.

2. Google, Mountain View, Calif.

3. Facebook, Menlo Park, Calif.

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4. Costco, Issaquah, Wash.

5. Insight Global, Atlanta

6. Intuit, Mountain View, Calif.

7. T-Mobile, Bellevue, Wash.

8. Salesforce, San Francisco.

9. Delta Air Lines, Atlanta.

10. Starbucks, Seattle.

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11. LinkedIn, Sunnyvale, Calif.

12. Apple, Cupertino, Calif.

13. Microsoft, Redmond, Wash.

14. LogMeIn, Boston.

15. Nevro, Redwood City, Calif.

16. HCA Holdings, Nashville, Tenn.

17. Cornerstone OnDemand, Santa Monica, Calif.

18. International Flavors & Fragrances, New York.

19. Dynatrace, Waltham, Mass.

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20. Netflix, Los Gatos, Calif.

21. Pegasystems, Cambridge, Mass.

22. Zillow, Seattle.

23. U.S. Bank, Minneapolis.

24. The Home Depot, Atlanta.

25. Trimble, Sunnyvale, Calif.

26. SAP, Newtown Square, Penn.

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27. Aflac, Columbus, Ga.

28. Indeed.com, Austin, Texas.

29. Fanatics, Jacksonville, Fla.

30. Workfront, Lehi, Utah.

31. Adobe, San Jose, Calif.

32. Bloomberg, New York.

33. Vertafore, Denver.

34. Chevron Corporation, San Ramon, Calif.

35. Prudential, Newark, N.J.

36. VMware, Palo Alto, Calif.

37. Deloitte, New York.

38. Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston.

39. Gartner, Stamford, Conn.

40. Accenture, New York.

41. Amazon, Seattle.

42. Hyatt, Chicago.

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43. eBay, San Jose, Calif.

44. Quicken Loans, Detroit.

45. CBRE Group, Los Angeles.

46. Sport Clips, Georgetown, Texas.

47. Red Hat, Raleigh, N.C.

48. Workday, Pleasanton, Calif.

49. Zynga, San Francisco.

50. Best Buy, Richfield, Minn.

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Best leadership, small- and mid-sized companies

Top 10 ranked, remaining in alphabetical order

1. Drift, Boston.

2. RingDNA, Sherman Oaks, Calif.

3. Phenom People, Ambler, Penn.

4. Acorns, Irvine, Calif.

5. SendGrid, Denver.

6. Peerfit, Tampa, Fla.

7. AristaMD, La Jolla, Calif.

8. Boostability, Lehi, Utah

9. PeerStreet, El Segundo, Calif.

10. SnackNation, Culver City, Calif.

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In alphabetical order

11. AgileCraft, Austin, Texas.

12. Baker, Denver.

13. Bamboo HR, Salt Lake City.

14. Booksy, Chicago.

15. CitrusByte, Los Angeles.

16. Clorder, El Segundo, Calif.

17. CyberReason, Boston.

18. Envoy, San Francisco.

19. Faithlife, Mt Vernon, Wash.

20. Foster Web Marketing, Fairfax, Va.

21. Fueled, New York.

22. Help Scout, Boston.

23. HotelTonight, San Francisco.

24. Impact, Santa Barbara, Calif.

25. IMPACT Branding & Design, Wallingford, Conn.

26. Intersys Consulting, Austin, Texas.

27. Klickly, Santa Monica, Calif.

28. Lingotek, Salt Lake City.

29. Lullabot, Providence, R.I.

30. MomentFeed, Los Angeles.

31. NetCentrics Corporation, Washington, D.C.

32. Next Caller, New York.

33. Numecent, Irvine, Calif.

34. PC Pitstop, Sioux City, Iowa.

35. Pendo, Raleigh, N.C.

36. Periscope Data, San Francisco.

37. Pipedrive, New York.

38. Praxent, Austin, Texas.

39. Redbooth, Palo Alto, Calif.

40. SiO DIGITAL, San Diego.

41. Sitetracker, Palo Alto, Calif.

42. Swift Navigation, San Francisco.

43. The ExecRanks, Novato, Calif.

44. VOX Network Solutions, Brisbane, Calif.

45. WhiteSource, New York.

46. Wibbitz, New York.

47. Widen Enterprises, Madison, Wis.

48. Workpop, Santa Monica, Calif.

49. Ytel, Foothill Ranch, Calif.

50. zlien, New Orleans.

Best managers, large companies

Top 25, in alphabetical order

1. Aflac, Columbus, Ga.

2. Costco, Issaquah, Wash.

3. Dynatrace, Waltham, Mass.

4. Facebook, Menlo Park, Calif.

5. Fanatics, Jacksonville, Fla.

6. Fuze, Boston.

7. Google, Mountain View, Calif.

8. HCA Holdings, Nashville, Tenn.

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9. HubSpot, Cambridge, Mass.

10. Insight Global, Atlanta.

11. International Flavors & Fragrances, New York.

12. Intuit, Mountain View, Calif.

13. Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston.

14. LogMeIn, Boston.

15. Netflix, Los Gatos, Calif.

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16. Nevro, Redwood City, Calif.

17. Pegasystems, Cambridge, Mass.

18. Quicken Loans, Detroit.

19. Salesforce, San Francisco.

20. Sport Clips, Georgetown, Texas.

21. T-Mobile, Bellevue, Wash.

22. Trimble, Sunnyvale, Calif.

23. Vertafore, Denver.

24. Workfront, Lehi, Utah.

25. Zillow, Seattle.

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Best managers, small- and mid-sized companies

Top 25, in alphabetical order

1. Acorns, Irvine, Calif.

2. AristaMD, La Jolla, Calif.

3. BambooHR, Lindon, Utah.

4. Boomset, New York.

5. Brad’s Deals, Chicago.

6. Clorder, El Segundo, Calif.

7. Impact, Santa Barbara, Calif.

8. Intersys Consulting, Austin, Texas.

9. Lingotek, Lehi, Utah.

10. MomentFeed, Santa Monica, Calif.

11. Next Caller, New York.

12. PC Pitstop, Sioux City, Iowa.

13. Peerfit, Tampa, Fla.

14. PeerStreet, El Segundo, Calif.

15. Phenom People, Ambler, Penn.

16. RealSelf, Seattle, Wash.

17. RingDNA, Sherman Oaks, Calif.

18. Roofstock, Oakland, Calif.

19. SendGrid, Denver.

20. Simplus, Sandy, Utah.

21. Sitetracker, Palo Alto, Calif.

22. SlideBelts, El Dorado Hills, Calif.

23. SmartBug Media, Newport Beach, Calif.

24. The ExecRanks, Novato, Calif.

25. Wibbitz, New York.


Comparably’s "Best Of" lists are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com during the period(5/23/17– 523/18. There were no fees or costs associated with participating, nor was nomination required.