Each year Fortune Magazine attempts to answer the question, "What's the best retail company to work for?" by rating and ranking U.S. employers from all industries. From that complete list of best U.S. employers, the Best Retail Companies to Work For list can be complied. While this annual best retail companies to work for list highlights the retail companies that offer employees the best benefits, if benefits is not your main criteria, then these Fortune bests might not be the best for you.
The "best" retail company to work for will be the one that has the best combination of attributes that are important to each individual job hunter. In order to find an ideal retail work situation, you first have to be clear about what your "ideal" is. Once you are clear about your own employment preferences, it's just a matter of research for job candidates to find the U.S. retail industry company that matches them best.
There are at least 14 different ways that retail job seekers can compare and judge which prospective retail employer would be the "best" employer for them.
U.S. Retail Companies With the Best Benefits: For some people, the "best" retail job would be the one with the best workplace environment, the best benefits, and the best health insurance programs.
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