Will Work For Good

At a time when we're supposed to feel lucky just to have a job, why are so many employers supporting our addiction to travel, helping us get fit, and inviting our dogs into the office? Because it's good business. Presenting our third annual list of Outside's Best Places to Work.

It's a well-known fact that healthier employees save businesses money     Photo: Photograph by Fredrik Broden

Secrets to Their Success
What makes a great job great? That was the big question we set out to answer with our third annual list of Outside's Best Places to Work. Because after two years of celebrating some phenomenal employers, we felt energized—Look! They're successful precisely because they support a proper work-life balance!—but also unsure how to proceed. We wanted more takeaway. We wanted to show other businesses the light. So this time around we drilled to the core of our winners' philosophies and practices to look for common strategies. As it turns out, companies from a vast array of industries are following the same enlightened paths.
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INTERACTIVE: Need a New Job?
Sort through Outside's 50 best places to work by rank, location, average salary, and other key factors.
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My Company
Leaders of the nation's best businesses share their guiding principles.
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From the Companies
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