IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, CareerBliss announces new data on the Happiest Airlines for 2017. This data analyzes airline employees who have submitted company reviews to CareerBliss.com from 2016 to 2017. Airline employees independently rate their employers on CareerBliss for ten factors including their overall work environment, compensation, CEO and workplace culture. Flying in at No. 1 is Alaska Airlines, which also ranks No. 1 in the Airline Quality Rating (AQR), meaning the airline not only ranks high for overall consumer experience, but their employees overwhelmingly rank their happiness with the company 4.152 out of 5.000. Alaska Airlines is followed by Delta Airlines, American and United Airlines to round out the top ten. Alaska is quickly taking over the Happiest Airlines market as they have acquired this year’s No. 5 company, Virgin America.
CareerBliss Happiest Airlines 2017
Delta Air Lines
*BlissScore data derived from employee generated company reviews. BlissScore ranks on a scale of 1-5 and evaluates a combination of 10 key factors that impact overall workplace happiness.
“Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure or a little of both, supporting companies who have happy employees is key. As a bonus, going on a happy airline with happy employees is likely to increase your happiness in this busy traveling season,” says Heidi Golledge, Chief Happiness Officer, CEO and Cofounder of CareerBliss.
How CareerBliss Evaluates Happiness at Work
CareerBliss’ data evaluates the key factors that impact happiness at work including: One’s relationship with management and company CEO, compensation, workplace environment, growth opportunities, satisfaction with job role, and one’s overall workplace setting. The results are generated from CareerBliss.com review submissions and serve to provide insight into employers. All reviews are ranked on a scale of 1-5.
“As we approach the busiest travel weekend of the year, it is important to see which airlines are creating environments that provide for a positive work culture and potentially a happier experience for all,” says Golledge.
CareerBliss is an online career community designed to help everyone find happiness in the workplace. An information hub for everyone that works—employers, job seekers and recruiters—CareerBliss offers the ability to find out what makes them happy and the ability to seek that out in other jobs or improve it in their current one using our PhD Board of Advisors, more than six million independent company reviews and salary comparisons, and more than three million job listings.
For more information, visit: www.CareerBliss.com.