GREAT PLACE TO WORK
* EMPLOYEES VIEW
Great workplaces are built through the day-today relationship between employees. The key fact in common in these relationships is TRUST.
TRUST the people they work with
Have PRIDE in what they do
ENJOY the people they work with
Trust is the defining principle of great workplaces created through management credibility, the respect with which employees feel they are treated, and the extent to which employees expect to be treated fairly. The degree or pride and levels of authentic connection and camaraderie employees feel with one are additional essential components. * MANAGERS VIEW
From the manager´s perspective, a great place to work is one where they: ACHIEVE ORGANIZATIONAL OBJECTIVES
With employees who GIVE THEIR PERSONAL BEST and
WORK TOGETHER AS A TEAM / FAMILY in an environment of TRUST
There are nine practice areas where leaders and managers create an environment of trust. Great workplaces achieve organizational goals by inspiring, speaking and listening. They have employees who give their personal best by thanking, developing and caring. And they work together as a team / family by hiring, celebrating and sharing. This fundamental model, confirmed by Great Place to Work through over 25 years’ worth of analysis of employees own opinions, is universal and consistent year-over-year, country-over-country. It applies not only to all organizations but to companies with diverse employee demographics.
1. A clear vision and identity. Employees want to know where the company is pointed, what the company believes in and what everyone is working toward. 2. Honest leadership.
3. Provides “flexible” growth for employees. As an employee of a company, you should have the ability to change career paths if you’ve proven you’re a dependable, hard-working and passionate person. 4. A culture of collaboration. Collaboration creates better work, better results and better culture. 5....
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