Top-rated tech companies on GlassdoorGlassdoor can offer you an insiders-look at what it\u2019s like to work at almost any company before you decide to take the job. With candid reviews and ratings, employees \u2014 past and present \u2014 can leave reviews detailing their personal experiences working for the company.\nAnd while you should always take into consideration jaded employees or the potential for fake reviews, reading through the list of reviews should give you a good sense of what the company culture is like before you sign on the dotted line. Here are the top 10 tech companies on Glassdoor\u2019s 2019 Best Places to Work list.\u00a0Zoom Video CommunicationsImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.New to the list this year, Zoom Video Communications ranked as the top tech company to work for in 2019. Zoom specializes in collaborative cloud video conferencing software for businesses. The organization currently has a 4.9 rating on Glassdoor and CEO Eric S. Yuan has a 99 percent approval rating \u2014 additionally, 96 percent said they\u2019d recommend the company to a friend.\nBenefits include unlimited vacation time, wellness benefits, stipends to pay for your gym membership and workout gear, free lunch, quarterly bonuses and the opportunity for remote work in some departments. Reviews on Glassdoor also reference flexible hours, a positive work environment and strong corporate values.Procore TechnologiesImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Also new to the list this year, Procore Technologies offers cloud-based construction management software that helps companies build hospitals, airports, skyscrapers, housing complexes and more. The company has a 4.8 rating on Glassdoor and 99 percent approve of CEO Craig Courtemanche \u2014 96 percent also said they would recommend the company to a friend.\nSome of the most notable perks of working at Procore Technologies include a solid work and life balance, 16 weeks maternity and paternity leave, employer-paid health plan, unlimited time off, shuttles, onsite gym, 401(k) matching and free food.LinkedInImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.It makes sense that a company known for disrupting the job-search industry would be well-known for its own company culture \u2014 as a result, LinkedIn consistently ranks as a great place to work in the tech industry. Last year, LinkedIn was eighth on the list, but has moved up to third for 2019.\nThe company has a 4.3 rating on Glassdoor, while 97 percent approve of CEO Jeff Weiner, and 88 percent say they\u2019d recommend the company to a friend. Employees enjoy competitive health benefits, a strong 401(k) matching program, the option to return part-time after maternity leave, and a generally positive work-life balance, depending on the department.FacebookImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Facebook is one of the most well-known tech companies, having grown from a small startup to a large, multi-billion-dollar organization. Last year, the company came in first as the best place to work across all industries. This year Glassdoor ranks Facebook fourth in the tech industry, and seventh overall.\nFacebook has dealt with some negative press surrounding the company\u2019s privacy practices \u2014 most notably its involvement with Cambridge Analytics, which the company is currently being sued for by the District of Columbia. Despite a rocky year, Facebook employees are still happy with the company\u2019s unique culture that offers competitive benefits and perks.\nThe company has a 4.4 rating on Glassdoor, while 94 percent approve of CEO Mark Zuckerberg \u2014 87 percent also said they\u2019d recommend the company to a friend, down from 93 percent in 2018. Facebook's employees enjoy free food, free health insurance, bonuses, generous vacation time with unlimited sick days, the ability to work from home, onsite fitness facilities, significant maternity and paternity leave and a childcare stipend.GoogleImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Google is the first to acknowledge that, on the surface, the company has a lot in common with conventional tech companies. However, Google states that it has still managed to maintain a small-business mentality, where \u201cevery employee is integral to [Google\u2019s] success.\u201d The company ranked third on last year\u2019s list of best tech companies to work for, falling to number five for 2019.\nGoogle has a 4.4 rating on Glassdoor, while 93 percent say they approve of CEO Sundar Pichai \u2014 and 89 percent would recommend the company to a friend. Google is well known for its benefits, which include roof-top decks, flexible work schedules, telecommuting, on-site fitness facilities, unique office space, generous employee benefits, shuttle services for employees and free food from the caf\u00e9, to name a few.SalesforceImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Salesforce offers a cloud-based, pay-as-you-go CRM platform to help businesses better manage customer service. It\u2019s been named one of the World\u2019s Most Innovative Companies by Forbes six years running and has consistently ranked on Forbes\u2019 and Glassdoor\u2019s annual Best Places to Work lists. Salesforce ranked seventh on the list of best tech companies to work for in 2018 but has moved up to sixth for 2019.\nThe company has a 4.4 rating on Glassdoor, while 97 percent approve of CEO Marc Benioff and 89 percent would recommend the company to a friend. Employees note the company\u2019s generous and affordable health plans, unlimited vacation time, a strong focus on equality and diversity, flexible work-from-home schedules, fitness benefits and free lunch and snacks as some of the best things about working for Salesforce.HubSpotImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Founded in 2006 in Cambridge, Mass., HubSpot offers a popular inbound marketing and sales platform to help manage social media marketing, content management, web analytics and search engine optimization. Last year, HubSpot ranked third on the list of best tech companies to work for; this year it ranks seventh.\nThe company has a 4.8 rating and 98 percent approve of CEO Brian Halligan \u2014 96 percent would recommend the company to a friend. The most mentioned benefits include unlimited vacation and PTO, flexible work opportunities, on-site gym classes, 12 weeks paid maternity and four weeks paid paternity leave and low co-pays for healthcare. HubSpot touts its \u201cunique company culture\u201d as the reason why it\u2019s consistently ranked high on the Best Places to Work in tech \u2014 the company lives by its own Culture Code, which is regularly updated and now has over 1.3 million views.DocuSignImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.DocuSign offers the technology that allows large and small businesses to streamline decisions, giving companies the technology to sign, send and manage documents virtually, from any mobile device, anywhere in the world.\nDocuSign has a 4.7 rating on Glassdoor, while 98 percent approve of CEO Daniel Springer, and 93 percent would recommend the company to a friend. Employees say the strong work-life balance, great team members, a strong corporate culture despite rapid growth, and quality products are some of the best perks at DocuSign.Ultimate SoftwareImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Ultimate Software develops and sells UltiPro, a cloud-based HCM solution that helps businesses manage HR, payroll, benefits, time cards, recruitment and talent management. The company focuses on a \u201cpeople first\u201d culture; one reviewer says they were initially hesitant to believe Ultimate Software\u2019s claim of a \u201cpeople first\u201d culture during the interview process, since \u201call companies say that,\u201d but says \u201cthere\u2019s really a different, positive energy here.\u201d The company ranked fifth on 2018\u2019s list of best tech companies to work; this year it ranks ninth.\nThe company has a 4.6 rating on Glassdoor, while 96 percent approve of CEO Scott Scherr and 91 percent would recommend the company to a friend. Telecommuting, 100 percent employer-paid healthcare, a strong work-life balance and a strong company culture are among the most touted perks.Fast EnterprisesImage by raw pixel modified by IDG Comm.Fast Enterprises is an IT service provider for government agencies \u2014 most notably the Motor Vehicle, Driver\u2019s License, Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Benefit agencies. Employees get the opportunity to live and work at a certain location, implementing software and archiving legacy software systems, until that employee\u2019s skills are needed at another client site. The company has 48 client sites across the United States, three client sites in Canada and seven federal client sites. \u00a0\nFast Enterprises has a 4.6 rating on Glassdoor, 99 percent approve of CEO Martin Rankin and 91 percent would recommend the company to a friend. Employees enjoy generous vacation and paid time off, fully paid health insurance premiums, overtime pay for salaried workers, merit-based pay structures and annual bonuses and a sabbatical program.