The list, compiled by Glassdoor economist Lauren Thomas, indicates that the technology companies on the list offer great culture and a good work-life balance, with tech now being the number one industry for work-life balance for the third year running.

The research also revealed that tech talent is in high demand, giving candidates more leverage in contract negotiations.

The survey also suggests that workers are twice as likely to talk about management when it’s poor, with anonymous employee comments such as “Neglectful, directionless and bullying” shared as part of compiling the study, indicating signs of toxic senior leadership.

Post-pandemic, it is widely acknowledged that the shared experience has transformed the workplace, forcing senior leaders to redefine how they run their companies and support their people. Glassdoor's 25-strong list recognises those employers who best rose to the challenge.

“Covid-19 tore up the traditional rules of management...