4 Georgia businesses where you'll be excited to work


Why dread slogging along at a boring job every day when you could join a company whose employees actually get excited about going to work? Thanks to The Muse and Business Insider, we've compiled a list of four Georgia-based companies known for creating an inviting work environment. Click on the company's name to check for current job openings.

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Aflac

Known for its funny duck mascot, insurance provider Aflac has succeeded in creating a company culture where employees are rewarded for their passion. Home to Georgia's largest on-site child care center, Aflac also offers workers a generous vacation and personal time off policy to help them achieve an optimal work-life balance. Aflac's employees and agents have helped the company raise over $100 million to support the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. In addition to encouraging employees to give back to their community, Aflac offers frequent contests for agents to win awards, trips and prizes.

Yodle

Yodle specializes in creating marketing and advertising solutions for large and small businesses. Known for valuing its company culture above all, Yodle strives to focus on individual growth as well as making the office a place where people want to be. Committed to welcoming new ideas from all employees, Yodle awards their ingenuity with generous health and time-off benefits, including paid time off for new parents to bond with their children.

Southern Company

This energy giant has been around for more than a century and touts a commitment to uncompromising values as the key to its success. Employee support comes in the form of encouragement to set performance and safety records, all while enjoying a low-stress work environment. According to the Business Insider, 28% of employees say they experience low levels of stress at work while a full 88% of Southern Company workers report a high level of job satisfaction.

CallRail

Atlanta-based CallRail provides call analytics to over 40,000 companies and agencies in North America. Behind their success is a belief that a fulfilling career contributes to a happy life. Wednesdays—or "Winesdays"—are centered around downtime and giving back to the community. CallRail also offers a distinctive unlimited, untracked vacation policy, and a strong commitment to social interaction. Employees enjoy frequent happy hour and team outings as well as occasional in-office video game tournaments.


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