One of the best ways to find out if a company is a good place to work at is to ask those who know the best — the people who actually work there. Glassdoor just revealed it's best 25 companies in Canada for 2020 based on feedback from employees. This list gives us a good insight into what are the happiest places to work in Canada and it's the inside scoop for those of us looking to make a career change. The best part of all? All of these companies are hiring.\nThe employee's choice list of companies each has a Glassdoor rating between 4.2 and 4.5.\nIf you're going to be working 9 to 5, Monday to Friday, then you owe it to yourself to at least pick a workplace where you're likely to have a good time.\nThe results of the list are pretty surprising. For example, people who work for City of Toronto seem to be slightly more satisfied with their job than people who work for the Government of Canada.\nRead through the list of the best places to work according to those who actually work there.\nYou can see a list of job postings by each company, too and plan to make 2020 your best year yet with a new role at a new company.\nIf nothing here is a good fit for you, the RCMP are looking for new people but the training sounds super intense. Too bad you can't get paid to play video games.\n#1 Microsoft\nWhy You Should Apply: "The culture is all about learning, growing and working together to deliver the company's mission," according to Glassdoor.\n View this post on Instagram Coming to you live from the 407, CEO Satya Nadella took the stage this morning to kick off #MSIgnite with "super" announcements ranging from Project Silica to Azure Quantum. A post shared by Microsoft (@microsoft) on Nov 4, 2019 at 12:26pm PST\n\nApply Here\n\n#2 Salesforce\n\nWhy You Should Apply: "Incredible learning opportunities, unlimited resources to make sales happen," according to Glassdoor.\n View this post on Instagram In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, we dedicated an entire day to hearing from #TrailblazingWomen and allies who are empowering and inspiring the next generation of Gender Equality leaders. Tap the link in our bio to watch each session. A post shared by Salesforce (@salesforce) on Mar 26, 2019 at 6:38am PDT\n\nApply Here\n#3 VIPKid\nWhy You Should Apply: "Make your own schedule, reasonably easy to use program, decent pay and work from home," according to Glassdoor.\n View this post on Instagram "I’m most thankful for the community of friends I’ve built over the past few years living abroad in Madrid as well as recently connecting with VIPKID teachers through Instagram. I’m so thankful for VIPKID because it’s given me the opportunity to live abroad while also connecting with some of my absolute favorite students on the other side of the world!"-@heylissettey Tag us in your photos on Instagram to be featured this month! A post shared by VIPKID (@thevipkidlife) on Dec 3, 2019 at 2:43pm PST\n\nApply Here\nYou can see the full list on Glassdoor's website to find out more and apply. Here's the complete list of the best places to work in Canada according to Glassdoor and the employees who work there:\nMicrosoft\nSalesforce\nVIPKid\nKeg Restaurants\nG Adventures\nCity of Toronto\nEricsson-Worldwide\nAecon\nGovernment of Canada\nPURE Canadian Gaming\nCisco Systems\nManpower\nSunnybrook Health Sciences Centre\nHarris Computer\nGlentel\nPurdys Chocolatier\nUniversity Health Network\nVideotron\nRBC\nCostco Wholesale\nToronto District School Board\nIKEA\nApple\nAccenture\nNestlé\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.