5 of the worst companies to work for, by staff

5 of the worst companies to work for, by staff

Much is made of companies that offer a wide range of benefits for their employees: Facebook are lauded for their extensive bereavement leave whilst Netflix made the headlines for offering their staff unlimited holidays.

Spotify offer their employees fertility assistance whilst Airbnb give their staff a travel bonus of £1,600 every year.

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Comments (1)

  • John
    Wed, 7 Jun 2017 12:51pm BST
    Might I suggest similar to "best Companies to work for and most admired companies list " which detail first 50 -100 you consider doing same for Worst or least recommended company to work for. I believe the Hospitality and Fast Food companies wont do to well.

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