In 2010, Verizon Communications was named one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune Magazine. That same year, Working Mother magazine named it one of the 100 Best Companies to work for, and Verizon also made that magazine’s list of Best Companies for Multicultural Women for the fourth consecutive year.
The company has 10 employee-resource groups, representing most ethnic minority groups, military veterans and LGBT employees.
Verizon offers employees several education and training programs including tuition reimbursement for bachelor's and master's degrees, on-the-job training, online development tools and training curriculums.
For the fourth consecutive year, BusinessWeek named Verizon to its list of Best Places to Launch a Career in 2010.
Verizon’s tuition assistance programs pay 100 percent of approved tuition and fees at accredited institutions of higher education, up to $8,000 per year.