TBS and TNT command mega-ratings. CNN’s a global powerhouse. Add Turner’s growing sports and children’s programming holdings to the mix, and what’s not to love about this Atlanta-based programming giant? As for employee benefits, there’s on-site fitness and wellness centers, access to sports tickets, up to $5,000 in tuition reimbursement, flextime, telecommuting, job sharing, and compressed work week options and part-time arrangements. And through Turner’s Backup Care Advantage Program, employees and their families can access short-term backup and emergency care options. Meanwhile, its Professional Development Center provides on-site, instructor-led classes and online training on leadership, management and other topics. Business resource groups like Turner Women Today and Black Professionals @ Turner offer mentoring programs, along with several programs at individual business units like CNN, Turner Ad Sales and Turner Entertainment Networks. Turner also encourages volunteerism, giving employees a whopping 40 hours of volunteer release time per year. All in all, this is the kind of place people simply want to work. And it’s no wonder why.

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