The Top 45 companies who are committed to human resource excellence.

As the economy continues to slowly improve, employees feel comfortable switching jobs, which can make it harder to attract and retain talented employees. So it’s no surprise that The Workforce Magazine has released its inaugural list of the 100 best company for HR – The Workforce 100.

Automatic Data Processing, Inc., a leading global provider of Human Capital Management solutions, took the number one spot, followed by Deloitte (2), Accenture (3), McDonald’s Corp. (4), and the consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble Company (5).

Rankings showcase the world’s top 100 companies for HR, based on these core areas: Employee Benefits, Workplace Culture, Employee Development / Talent Management, Employee Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Acquisition, Leadership Development, Recruiting, and HR innovation/management.

Leadership

1. Automatic Data Processing Inc.
Industry: Business process outsourcing
Employees: 60,000 | Performance Index: 9.888

2. Deloitte
Industry: Consulting services
Employees: 50,000 | Performance Index: 9.837

3. Accenture
Industry: Consulting services
Employees: 289,000 | Performance Index: 9.786

4. McDonald’s Corp.
Industry: Fast-food restaurants
Employees: 1.9 million | Performance Index: 9.735

5. Procter & Gamble Co.
Industry: Consumer products
Employees: 121,000 | Performance Index: 9.684

6. IBM Corp.
Industry: Technology and consulting services
Employees: 431,000 | Performance Index: 9.633

7. Wells Fargo & Co.
Industry: Financial services
Employees: 265,000 | Performance Index: 9.582

8. Capital One Financial Corp.
Industry: Financial services
Employees: 42,000 | Performance Index: 9.531

9. General Mills Inc.
Industry: Consumer products
Employees: 41,000 | Performance Index: 9.480

10. Intel Corp.
Industry: Technology
Employees: 107,600 | Performance Index: 9.429

Leadership

11. AT&T Inc.
Industry: Telecommunications
Employees: 247,000 | Performance Index: 9.378

12. Genentech Inc.
Industry: Biotechnology
Employees: 13,300 | Performance Index: 9.327

13. Qualcomm Inc.
Industry: Technology
Employees: 31,000 | Performance Index: 9.276

14. ConAgra Foods Inc.
Industry: Consumer products
Employees: 36,000 | Performance Index: 9.225

15. Walgreen Co.
Industry: Drug retailer
Employees: 248,000 | Performance Index: 9.174

16. Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Industry: Energy
Employees: 10,800 | Performance Index: 9.123

17. BASF
Industry: Manufacturing
Employees: 112,000 | Performance Index: 9.072

18. Aetna Inc.
Industry: Health insurance
Employees: 47,000 | Performance Index: 9.021

19. Target Corp.
Industry: Retail | Minneapolis
Employees: 371,000 | Performance Index: 8.970

20. Marriott International Inc.
Industry: Lodging and hospitality | Bethesda, Maryland
Employees: 330,000 | Performance Index: 8.919

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21. American Express Co.
Industry: Financial services | New York
Employees: 62,800 | Performance Index: 8.868

22. EY (Ernst & Young)
Industry: Consulting services | London
Employees: 175,000 | Performance Index: 8.817

23. CarMax Inc.
Industry: Used-car retailer | Richmond, Virginia
Employees: 18,100 | Performance Index: 8.766

24. KPMG International Cooperative
Industry: Consulting services | Amsterdam
Employees: 155,000 | Performance Index: 8.715

25. New York Life Insurance Co.
Industry: Financial services and life insurance | New York
Employees: 8,500 | Performance Index: 8.664

26. American Airlines Inc.
Industry: Airline| Fort Worth, Texas
Employees: 88,000 | Performance Index: 8.612

27. Ingersoll-Rand
Industry: Manufacturing | Dublin, Ireland
Employees: 42,000 | Performance Index: 8.561

28. General Dynamics Corp.
Industry: Aerospace and defense | Falls Church, Virginia
Employees: 95,000 | Performance Index: 8.510

29. Humana Inc.
Industry: Health insurance | Louisville, Kentucky
Employees: 52,000 | Performance Index: 8.459

30. Google Inc.
Industry: Search engine | Mountain View, California
Employees: 49,800 | Performance Index: 8.408

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31. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
Industry: Insurance | Detroit
Employees: 7,500 | Performance Index: 8.357

32. Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Industry: Retail
Employees: 2.2 million | Performance Index: 8.306

33. Unilever
Industry: Consumer products | London and Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Employees: 174,000 | Performance Index: 8.255

34. InterContinental Hotels Group
Industry: Lodging, hosp. | Denham, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Employees: 120,000 | Performance Index: 8.204

35. Sidley Austin
Industry: Legal services | Chicago
Employees: 3,400 | Performance Index: 8.153

36. Kaiser Permanente
Industry: Health care | Oakland, California
Employees: 174,000 | Performance Index: 8.102

37. Health Care Service Corp.
Industry: Health insurance | Chicago
Employees: 21,000 | Performance Index: 8.051

38. Paychex Inc.
Industry: Business process outsourcing | Rochester, New York
Employees: 12,500 | Performance Index: 8.000

39. Burns & McDonnell
Industry: Engineering | Kansas City, Missouri
Employees: 4,500 | Performance Index: 7.9 49

40. Cerner Corp.
Industry: Health care technology | Kansas City, Missouri
Employees: 14,200 | Performance Index: 7.898

41. DPR Construction
Industry: Construction | Redwood City, California
Employees: 1,300 | Performance Index: 7.847

42. Edward Jones
Industry: Financial services | St. Louis
Employees: 38,000 | Performance Index: 7.796

43. Johnson & Johnson
Industry: Pharma., consumer goods | New Brunswick, New Jersey
Employees: 128,100 | Performance Index: 7.745

44. State Farm Insurance
Industry: Insurance and financial services | Bloomington, Illinois
Employees: 83,000 | Performance Index: 7.694

45. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Industry: Financial services | New York
Employees: 260,000 | Performance Index: 7.643

Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, high net worth individuals, and the most globally powerful men and women.
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