Best Places to Work in IT 2007

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100 Best Places to Work in IT

A sense of commitment, and connection, keeps IT employees at these top companies jazzed up about work.

How They Were Chosen

And, more about who's tops in which categories.

What Makes a Great Workplace?

If You Worked Here, You'd Be Happy Now

Whether it's generous vacation time or low-cost health care, these Best Places have the exceptional benefits you want.

No. 1: Quicken Loans
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IT employees stay put because of access to cutting-edge technology, daily opportunities to implement good ideas and a company culture that encourages and rewards creativity, both individually and on a team basis.

No. 2: University of Miami
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CIO M. Lewis Temares strives to maintain an organization that builds individual careers and great teams. The end result is a workplace where people want to be.


No. 3: Sharp HealthCare
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For Sharp, it comes down to a sustained commitment to six "pillars of excellence": quality, service, people, finance, growth and community.


Minds Wide Open
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Different backgrounds and an array of ideas and technologies energize the IT department at Fairfax County Public Schools, one of the top-rated Best Places for diversity among its IT employees.

Here to Stay
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With an expanding campus and opportunities to grow their skills, workers are happy to stick around at Creighton University, one of the top-rated Best Places for retaining workers.

A Way to Unwind
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Overseas travel, flexible hours and a state-of-the-art fitness facility are just a few of the perks at SAS Institute, one of the top-rated Best Places for benefits.


An 'A' Student
A wealth of on-the-job and classroom education opportunities placed Commonwealth Financial Network at the top of the Best Places list for training.

A Well-Nurtured Career
The consistency and quality of training at Corning Inc. made it a top-rated Best Place for career development among its IT workers.


Then there are...

...Worst Places to Work
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Sort the 2007 Best Places

Best Places to Work in IT 2007 Rankings - Complete List
See the full list of top employers, and find out more about each. Plus, sort by region, company size and criteria such as turnover, promotions, and training days offered per IT worker.

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Total employees
Total IT employees
IT employee turnover in 2006
IT employee promotions in 2006
Training days offered per IT employee in 2006
Training budget per IT employee in 2006
Percentage of IT managers who are women
Percentage of IT managers who are minorities
Percentage of IT staff who are women
Percentage of IT staff who are minorities


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Medium (2,500 to 9,999 U.S. employees)
Small (fewer than 2,500)



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Opinion

Get Image-Conscious
The competition for skilled IT professionals, already intense, is set to get fierce. Katherine Spencer Lee, executive director at Robert Half Technology, offers advice for business on how to set themselves up as "employers of choice."

Editorial: Very Best Places
It's no coincidence that the percentage of female IT employees working at the companies on Computerworld's list of Best Places to Work in IT is considerably higher than the industry average, says editor in chief Don Tennant.

What Matters Most
Frank Hayes is amazed at the real reasons behind what makes a Best Place to Work in IT.

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