best places to work

Get a Work-Life Balance: You Can at These Top-Rated Companies

If you're working harder than ever, and feel like you don't have time to breathe, check out Glassdoor's list of the best companies for work-life balance. Some names on it may not surprise you, like Facebook and LinkedIn. But one name that's been in the news constantly lately probably will.

Job No. 1 for Larry Page: Halt Google's Brain Drain

When Google co-founder Larry Page replaces Eric Schmidt as CEO, he'll have a host of things to worry about: ad revenues, growth, Facebook, privacy concerns and just how to get the company's rebel groove back. But first on his agenda will have to be reversing the flow of top employees out the door.

Mark Zuckerberg Racks Up Some Hefty Kudos

Time magazine has unveiled its Person of the Year for 2010: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. And in a separate accolade, his company was also named the Best Place to Work for 2011. You can almost hear the seething over at Google.