100 Best Companies to Work For in 2011
Things are tough all over. Jobs are scarce and the ones you can find offer low pay and few if any benefits. What are the Average Joe and Josephine to do? Well, you could throw your hands in the air, sell all your worldly possessions on craigslist, move to the wilderness and live off the fat of the land or you could take a deep breath, shine up your resume and check out Fortune.com latest list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For. Most lists just give you a company’s ranking and a quick paragraph or two about who they are. But the nice thing about Fortune’s Top 100 list is that it includes job listings (provided by simplyhired.com) for each company. As well there are subsections that cover the companies that offer the best benefits and the companies that offer the biggest pay.
But this list isn’t just for job hunters, it’s also quite helpful for all you leaders out there. Motivating, engaging and retaining those you lead is a top concern these days. So it couldn’t hurt to get a small peek behind the curtain in order to find out what makes employees happy and content.
Whether you are a direct report or a leader, Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For is a list you need to check out.
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