Microsoft is the UK's top employer, according to this year's '100 Best Companies to Work For' survey in The Sunday Times.
The software giant moved up from its second place last year behind supermarket chain Asda.
According to the survey 93 per cent of Microsoft staff feel proud to work for the company and believe that "it makes a positive difference to the world [they] live in".
Microsoft's UK headquarters in Reading boasts a wellbeing centre for employees, with occupational nurses and a doctor on site.
The centre offers alternative medicines including reflexology and acupuncture, free travel vaccinations and courses to help staff give up smoking or lose weight.
Steve Harvey, Microsoft's director of people, profit and loyalty, said: "Our vision is to create an environment where great people can do their best work and realise their potential.
"We believe that our employees are one of our strongest assets and by giving them the opportunity to do what they do best everyday, our employees feel engaged and fulfilled in their roles."
Application software company PeopleSoft reached number four in the rankings.
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