Daily Management Review

Meta loses 36 positions in the ranking of the best US employers


Meta (formerly Facebook) has fallen 36 places in a year on Glassdoor, a recruitment service based on employee feedback, in its ranking of the best employers in the US. Employees appreciate the company for its interesting challenges, but complain about management's inaction about the challenges and future of the platform. Leading the ranking this year was chip maker Nvidia.

Marco Paköeningrat
Marco Paköeningrat
Meta (formerly Facebook) dropped from 11th to 47th place in the annual ranking of the best employers in the US, which is based on employee feedback. The list is compiled each year by Glassdoor, one of the world's largest recruitment services.

The company has been on the list for 12 years, but the new result is the lowest in its history. It has topped the list three times: in 2011, 2013 and 2018, it has not been in the top 10 only four times: in 2015 it was ranked 13th, in 2020 it was 23rd, and in 2021 it rose to the 11th position. 

Employees praised Meta for allowing them to work independently, noting the ambitious tasks and the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues they enjoyed, as well as the substantial bonuses, CNBC points out, citing Glassdoor. That said, many complained of excessive public scrutiny and management inaction on the platform's problems and issues that concerned its future. 

source: cnbc.com