A new report by ComputerWorld says that Philadelphia is home to three of its top 100 best places to work in information technology.
The University of Pennsylvania took the highest honors, rated sixth in the country. The institution has 282 IT employees who can receive, as the publication reports, cash bonuses if they are elected to win its Models of Excellence, an employee-recognition program. Not to mention free tuition for employees.
Vanguard was ranked 29th, which focuses all of its custom development in-house and is reportedly planning to spend $30 million on training this year.
Temple University was rated 67th, and among its lucrative bonus incentives, it offers full tuition remission for employees, half-off tuition for spouses, and free tuition for children.
Did the report miss anyone’s workplace which they feel should have been nominated locally?