Most Loved Workplace Research
A new study from Best Practice Institute in partnership with CSI has revealed some surprising results. In a global survey of over 150 employees from Fortune 1000
companies, we’ve shown that employees who love their workplace are up to 4 times more likely to perform at a higher level than those who do not. This reveal data shows getting respect drives a most loved workplace, which translates to performance and more.
Others focus on benefits, compensation, company perks, and even having friends at work, to create an organization where employees want to work. However, our study verifies something far different. A
great equalizer when creating a desired workplace: R-E-S-P-E-C-T. For employers, whether you’re a F50 company or a small 300 employee organization, respect is the new currency, and one any organization
can have an unlimited supply of if they choose.
The survey outlines exactly what causes employees to love their organization, and what employers can do to cultivate that...