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  The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) ranked 11th overall and third among smaller companies in FORTUNE Magazine's “100 Best US Companies to Work For” survey, based on strong employee development, a supportive culture, and progressive benefits.
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Companies are evaluated on multiple dimensions and divided into small, medium, and large on the basis of their US employee headcount.

BCG ranked at the top for health care benefits, being only one of 14 companies to pay 100 percent of their employee health-care insurance premiums. BCG also placed high in the report’s paid sabbatical category. For employee pay, BCG claimed top-20 positions in both salary and hourly compensation. As the survey says, “knowledge really is power. Arrive at this management consultant with a B.A. degree, and the firm will send you to a top institution for an MBA, pick up the tuition bill, and double your salary if you agree to stay on.”

BCG founder Bruce Henderson is credited with establishing the company’s culture and focus on personal development. He often said that he wanted BCG to be a place “for those few who value most a sense of accomplishment and the ability to make the world a better place…we dedicate ourselves to supporting them, reinforcing them, honoring them and multiplying their effectiveness…”

"The 100 Best Companies to Work For" list is compiled for FORTUNE by the Great Place to Work Institute based on an evaluation of the policies and culture of each company and the opinions of the company's employees.
 
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