No one wants to spend the majority of their waking hours slogging through a boring job in a cubicle maze, cemented in place under buzzing fluorescent lights. We’re human beings, not drones. Fortunately, more companies are learning that healthier, happier people make for more creative, more productive workers, and they’re making big adjustments: incorporating nature into the office, offering travel stipends, providing support services like childcare, and, of course, stocking the fridges with beer. Our annual list of the 100 Best Places to Work, which we created in partnership with the Best Companies Group, are businesses that embody these progressive ideals. Take a look—you might just find the perfect job.