These two Georgia companies are among the best for women

See the winners in this wrap up video of the Top Workplaces 2017 event at the Georgia Aquarium.

While there are a ton of great businesses to work for in Georgia, which are the best for women?

It's OmegaFi, a financial institution in Columbus, and Insight Global, an employment agency in Atlanta, according to Comparably's best companies for women round-up.

The culture and career monitoring site determined its results by rounding up sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on during the 2017 eligibility period.

The results, which were not ranked, reflect women's answers to questions about compensation, being challenged at work, getting valuable feedback, having a mentor at work and whether or not their companies are invested in their career growth, among others.

Qualities the survey found were important to women included work-life balance and for their companies to be transparent and to demonstrate integrity.

Insight Global earned a spot on the best 50 large companies for women round-up, while OmegaFi made the list for best 25 small/mid-size companies for women.

Want to know how other places fared? Take a look at the list below.

Best 50 large companies for women

Top 50, in alphabetical order

Accenture, New York City

Adobe, San Jose, California

ADP, Roseland, New Jersey

Aetna, Hartford, Connecticut

Alorica, Irvine, California

Anthem, Indianapolis

Apple, Cupertino, California

Capital One, McLean, Virginia

Chegg, Santa Clara, California

Cornerstone OnDemand, Santa Monica, California

Costco, Issaquah, Washington

Dropbox, San Francisco

Facebook, Menlo Park, California

GoDaddy, Scottsdale, Arizona

Golden Hippo Media, Woodland Hills, California

Google, Mountain View, California

H E B, San Antonio, Texas

HCA Holdings, Nashville

HubSpot, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Indeed, Austin, Texas

Insight, Tempe, Arizona

Insight Global, Atlanta

Intuit, Mountain View, California

Jive Communications, Orem, Utah

Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, California

Lyft, San Francisco

MAC Cosmetics, New York

Marriott, Bethesda, Maryland

Microsoft, Redmond, Washington

Netflix, Los Gatos, California

Nike, Beaverton, Oregon

NVIDIA, Santa Clara, California

Pegasystems, Cambridge, Massachusetts

PepsiCo, Purchase, New York

Petco, San Diego

Pinterest, San Francisco

Pluralsight, Farmington, Utah

Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, Florida

Red Hat, Raleigh, North Carolina

Salesforce, San Francisco

Slack, San Francisco

Starbucks, Seattle

Sunrun, San Francisco

T-Mobile, Bellevue, Washington

Vertafore, Denver

VMware, Palo Alto, California

Workday, Pleasanton, California

Workfront, Lehi, Utah

Xero, San Francisco

Zillow, Seattle

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Best 25 small/mid-size companies for women

Top 25, in alphabetical order

Acorns, Irvine, California

Bigcommerce, Austin, Texas

BizMerlin, Vienna, Virginia

BoldLeads, Chandler, Arizona

Branch Metrics, Palo Alto, California

Chatterkick, Sioux City, Iowa

Chrome River Technologies, Los Angeles, Seattle

CreativeLive, Seattle

EdCast, Mountain View, California

Envoy, San Francisco

Fueled, New York

Help Scout, Boston

IMPACT Branding & Design, Wallingford, Connecticut

Jammber , Chicago

Mobomo, Vienna, Va.

OmegaFi, Columbus, Georgia

Periscope Data, San Francisco

Pipedrive, New York

RealSelf, Seattle

RevLocal, Granville, Ohio

SendGrid, Denver

SiteTraker , Palo Alto, California

Striim, Palo Alto, California

XLA, Vienna, Virgnia