My best job was eventually ruined by various circumstances. The company, however, was excellent.
Bonuses twice yearly
Relatively flat hierarchy; within Compliance limits you could talk to anyone in the company
Health care paid by company, not employee
The company was employee-owned, which may have had something to do with it. People were not fired frequently, and left very infrequently.
My second-best job wasn't in IT. It was at a movie theater. It offered:
Young ladies who were very open and affectionate and wore short skirts
leading to excellent parties
This leads me to believe it's either the free food, or the parties, that make or break a workplace. However, "get the right people" has a strong ring of authenticity.
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