Friday, September 3, 2010

Is your organization a "best place to work"?

According to Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge, companies that are on the best places to work lists are also the most profitable in their industries.

Perhaps people prefer to work for profitable companies? Or, are the companies profitable because the culture supports employee innovation and ownership, which in turn lead to employee satisfaction?

What do you think?

Would the people who report to you say they work in a great environment? Why or why not?


1 comment:

  1. I'm voting for the third option.

    Profitable companies have more money that they can spend on employees to make them happy.
    And that in turn makes people want to work there.