The environment in which employees work is worth more to them than the salary they earn.
Workplace culture is crucial to attracting and retaining the best and brightest employees and fostering long and productive careers (within your organization).
A study conducted by BetterUp found that employees will work harder and stay with organizations longer if they find their jobs meaningful. A major factor in fostering meaningful work is the culture within the workplace, according to the study. Workers rated a strong social support system as the most important way to make work meaningful.
What, then, are the best places to work, according to Great Place to Work?
The organization released its “2019 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” to answer this question.