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These 10 Companies Have the Best Business Outlook According to Employees

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These 10 Companies Have the Best Business Outlook According to Employees

A new report from Glassdoor has surveyed employees around the country and captured their sentiments on the prospects of their employers.

The survey is voluntary and anonymous, containing the question: Do you believe your company's business outlook will get better, stay the same or get worse in the next six months?

Company ratings are determined by respective employees. Check out the slideshow to see who made the top ten.

  • 10. Home Depot

    Outlook Getting Better: 61%

    Staying the Same: 32%

    Getting Worse: 6%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.3
  • 9. Whole Foods Market

    Outlook Getting Better: 62%

    Staying the Same: 29%

    Getting Worse: 10%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.8
  • 8. General Motors

    Outlook Getting Better: 62%

    Staying the Same: 24%

    Getting Worse: 14%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.9
  • 7. Publix

    Outlook Getting Better: 64%

    Staying the Same: 32%

    Getting Worse: 5%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.6
  • 6. Tata Consultancy Services

    Outlook Getting Better: 65%

    Staying the Same: 31%

    Getting Worse: 4%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.3
  • 5. Amazon.com

    Outlook Getting Better: 69%

    Staying the Same: 23%

    Getting Worse: 8%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.5
  • 4. SAP

    Outlook Getting Better: 73%

    Staying the Same: 23%

    Getting Worse: 3%

    Company rating (out of 5): 4.1
  • 3. Yahoo!

    Outlook Getting Better: 75%

    Staying the Same: 25%

    Getting Worse: 0%

    Company rating (out of 5): 3.9
  • 2. Qualcomm

    Outlook Getting Better: 76%

    Staying the Same: 24%

    Getting Worse: 0%

    Company rating (out of 5): 4.0
  • 1. Google

    Outlook Getting Better: 86%

    Staying the Same: 14%

    Getting Worse: 0%

    Company rating (out of 5): 4.2
 

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