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Highest Rated Companies For Work-Life Balance 2017

Out of Office. Gone to The Gym!

A Glassdoor survey found that the average UK employee only uses around three-quarters of their annual leave entitlement with 44 percent saying they do some sort of work when on holiday.

A healthy work-life balance can be the difference between being really happy in your job or being miserable. So, how do you know where to turn in order to get a job that won’t leave you working morning, noon and night?

The 20 Highest Rated Companies for Work-Life Balance in 2017 are:

  1. Expedia

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.3

  1. Lookers

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.2

  1. American Express

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.2

  1. HomeServe

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.2

  1. Peninsula

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1

  1. Cisco Systems

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1

  1. ARM

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1

  1. Financial Conduct Authority

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1

  1. Royal London

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1

  1. Thomson Reuters

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Procter & Gamble

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Screwfix

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. TeacherActive

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Mott MacDonald

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Rank Group

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Yell

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Unilever

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. BAE Systems UK

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Rolls Royce

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Google

Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0

  1. Methodology: For a company to be considered in Glassdoor’s report, Highest Rated Companies for Work-Life Balance 2017, a minimum of 50 work-life balance ratings must have been submitted by UK-based employees between 18/07/16 and 17/07/17. Academic institutions such as Universities are excluded from these rankings.