Computerworld Releases Best Places To Work In IT 2012 List

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Computerworld has released the names of the organizations selected to the Computerworld ‘Best Places to Work in IT’ 2012 list. For 19 years, the Computerworld editorial team has ranked the top 100 work environments for technology professionals. The list is compiled based on a comprehensive questionnaire regarding company offerings in categories such as benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention.

Computerworld‘s Best Places to Work in IT 2012:

2. CareerBuilder
3. Commonwealth Financial Network
4. General Mills
5. Quicken Loans
6. Verizon Wireless
7. Lehigh Valley Health Network
9. Chesapeake Energy
10. Securian Financial Group
11. University of Pennsylvania
12. Grant Thornton
13. Cedars-Sinai Health System
14. SAS
15. Prudential Financial
16. Principal Financial Group
17. Qualcomm
18. Kaiser Permanente
19. Palmetto Health
20. Booz Allen Hamilton
21. Coca-Cola
22. Marriott International
23. Caesars Entertainment
24. Sacramento Municipal Utility District
25. HCA
26. Quintiles
27. American Fidelity Assurance
28. Cummins
29. Monsanto
30. CDW
31. Scottrade Financial Services
32. WellPoint
33. Vanguard
34. DTE Energy
35. OhioHealth
36. Raytheon
37. Rackspace
38. Applied Materials
39. Campbell Soup
40. Intuit
41. CME Group
42. Corning
43. SAP America
44. Sherwin-Williams
45. International Paper
46. Aflac
47. Automatic Data Processing
48. FedEx
49. Discover Financial Services
50. FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority)
51. Heartland Payment Systems
52. Bank of America
53. Southern Co.
54. National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC)
55. Ascension Health
56. Norton Healthcare
57. Johns Hopkins Medicine
58. NextEra Energy
59. Cerner
60. Jack Henry & Associates
61. W.W. Grainger
62. AT&T Services
63. Miami Children’s Hospital
64. Cancer Treatment Centers of America
65. The Mitre Corp.
66. Reed Technology & Information Services
67. Northwestern Mutual
68. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
69. CA Technologies
70. BNSF Railway
71. Manheim Digital
72. Sprint Nextel
73. Partners HealthCare System
74. OCLC Online Computer Library Center
75. The George Washington University
76. Fairfax County Public Schools
77. Eastman Chemical
78. Penn National Insurance
79. Humana
80. Healthcare Service Corp.
81. Paychex
82. Baker Hughes
83. Edward Jones
84. Boeing
85. Hess Corp.
86. Raymond James Financial
87. Altria Client Services
88. Publix Super Markets
89. Carolinas HealthCare System
90. University of Miami
91. Intermountain Healthcare
92. Comerica Bank
93. Erickson Living
94. Avery Dennison
95. American Water
96. Transocean
97. MetroStar Systems
98. We Energies
99. Medtronic
100. CHG Healthcare Services

[Image Courtesy: Computerworld]


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