Building and Recognizing Best Companies - White Paper
In March 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that employment had increased by 313,000 jobs in February, while overall unemployment remained at 4.1 percent. There are 155,215,000 working Americans and the economy seems to be firing on all cylinders.
Based on our 15+ years of research, consulting and promoting best places to work, BestCompaniesUSA knows that the best companies have high-trust cultures, which are often developed in unique and non-traditional ways. This uniqueness is exactly what allows a company to attract and retain top talent, even when the economy is hot and employees have many options.
Connecting employees and their unique purposes to distinct organizational events, employee resource groups, benefits, rewards structures and more is a key factor in reducing turnover.