Thinking of making some career moves this year but aren’t sure where to go next? A new ranking of Canada’s best places to work in 2022 might give you some ideas.

These workplaces are the recipients of Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards, earning top scores for getting the best feedback from their employees on the job website. The ranking honours companies with 1,000 or more employees in Canada.

The results are “based on the input of employees who voluntarily provide anonymous feedback by completing a company review about their job, work environment, and employer over the past year,” according to Glassdoor.

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The ratings are based on a 5-point scale, with 1.0 being “very dissatisfied” and 5.0 being “very satisfied.”

The company with the highest rating is Dell Technologies with a stellar score of 4.4.

Employers from a variety of industries are featured in the list, including the restaurant sector, aviation, banking, real estate, even municipal government.

“Excellent culture. Opportunity to grow. Flexible work environment,” says one top Glassdoor review for Dell Technologies. “The company genuinely cares about work-life balance.”

Here are the 25 companies on this year’s ranking of Canada’s best places to work:

  1. Dell Technologies (4.4 rating)
  2. Keg Restaurants(4.3)
  3. Roche (4.3)
  4. Ciena (4.3)
  5. Google (4.3)
  6. Cisco Systems (4.2)
  7. Fortinet (4.2)
  8. Desjardins (4.2)
  9. SAP (4.2)
  10. Jazz Aviation (4.2)
  11. D2L (4.2)
  12. Export Development Canada (4.2)
  13. McElhanney (4.1)
  14. City of Mississauga Canada (4.1)
  15. eXp Realty (4.1)
  16. Microsoft (4.1)
  17. Long View Systems (4.1)
  18. Ville de Montreal (4.1)
  19. Rio Tinto (4.1)
  20. Thomson Reuters (4.1)
  21. National Bank of Canada (4.1)
  22. Salesforce (4.1)
  23. Enbridge (4.1)
  24. Levio (4.1)
  25. Apple (4.1)

While you’re on the job hunt, you could also take a look at the companies with four-day work weeks hiring in Canada.