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Britain's workers have chosen the 25 best companies to work for in the UK

Easyjet employees attend a media event to celebrate 20 years in business at Luton Airport, southern England, November 10, 2015. British low cost carrier easyJet said it would launch a loyalty scheme for its most frequent travelers, the latest perk to be added that is more usually associated with traditional airlines. At an event marking 20 years since its first flight on Tuesday, easyJet said it would reward customers who fly with it more than 20 times a year by offering them benefits such as flight changes for free.

Anonymous company review site Glassdoor Wednesday released its Best Places to Work in 2016 list on Wednesday.

The company has published the 25 highest rated companies in the UK based on reviews on its site. Glassdoor lets people anonymously rate companies they’ve worked for, so the list is a likely a pretty honest assessment of which companies in Britain have the happiest staff.

Glassdoor used a special algorithm to calculate its list, taking into account the quantity, quality and consistency of company reviews. Companies had to get at least 25 ratings from British employees in the year to November 1 to read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com