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HRM CA | 05 Jan 2015, 10:55 AM Agree 0
Who defines “best” and do we agree? One leadership expert is questioning the validity of end-of-year employer lists.
  • Kellie | 05 Jan 2015, 06:07 PM Agree 0
    Many of these surveys are also completed by the employer, not the employees. They are rated on exactly as Mr. Schwartz said - perks. If an employer has a cafeteria and a gym; their rating is higher, for example. Sometimes the 'best places' as described on paper (as also stated) are not what the employees would describe as 'best places' if their voices were heard. They are also not the most secure places to work - turnover and sick time is often high and morale is often quite low.
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