Culture is the Greatest Tool

by David Mills on March 9, 2015

WorkplaceThe best employers in the U.S. say their greatest tool is culture
Milton Moskowitz and Robert Levering in Fortune Magazine
Leaders of the 100 Best Companies to Work For know the secret to business success isn’t just about earnings, but about creating an ideal culture for their employees.
This year’s ranking of the 100 Best Companies to Work For marks Fortune’s 18th year of partnering with workplace consultant Great Place to Work. It also happens to include a large class of inductees —16 very worthy newcomers, including Twitter, Acuity, Workday, Nationwide, and Hilti, and one returnee following a 16-year absence: outdoor retailer L.L. Bean.
Innovative WorkplaceThe article identified three trends:
1. Workplaces are getting better
2. More business leaders are focused on culture as a competitive tool
3. Each of the 100 Best Companies has leaders who genuinely listen to their employees and craft distinctive policies and programs that suit today’s workforce.
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