Facebook's awful, horrible, no good, very bad year is reflected in the latest edition of Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list.
Chamberlain says the company audits the reviews for any signs of stuffed ballot boxes by employers, looking for suspect IP address patterns, for example.
It is possible that Facebook slipped in the list this year because of all the controversies that have surrounded it.
While Facebook was the best place to work in America a year ago, Cupertino-based tech giant Apple had tumbled to number 84 in 2017 from its 36th position in 2016.
Four area companies are among the country's 100 best places to work, according to Glassdoor's annual Employees' Choice Awards.
The Glassdoor list also hints at the trend that the world - and tech employees - probably no longer look at the Silicon Valley companies with rose-tinted glasses. In-N-Out Burger 4. Procore Technologies 5.
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Facebook ranked top in 2018 but has since sunk to seventh spot, ahead of Google in eighth.
The Top-100 list by Glassdoor is for large organisations or those with at least 1,000 employees. Bain & Company, Google and Apple are the only companies to make Glassdoor's list of 100 companies all 11 years. LinkedIn (No. 6), Lululemon (No. 9) and Southwest Airlines (No. 10) completed the top 10. Employees have also protested the handling of sexual misconduct claims and a controversial plan to restart a censored version of the search engine in China.
"Most of the criticism has been external at Facebook, and we just don't see as many employees impacted by it as you might have thought", he said, noting that some reviews mentioned the bad publicity was actually helping employees "band together" and that the difference between its score (4.5) and the top score (4.6) is extremely small.
The top spot on the list this year goes to management consulting firm Bain & Company. One of the reviews by an Anglian Water Asset Delivery Manager (Lincoln, England UK) said: "The workforce is clearly proud, passionate and really cares about the work they do, which results in a really positive culture and working environment". Reviews are submitted by current and former employees.