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WHY DO PEOPLE LOVE THEIR WORKPLACE?

Perks, compensation, and friendship at work rated lowest.  In fact, commonly discussed impacts like salary, benefits, and perks have minimal impact on employees “loving” their workplace. So does having friends at work, which has been central to past studies from other think tanks and research institutes. Our respondents were very clear what causes them to “love” their workplace, and it’s about respect and values.

MOTIVATION TO PRODUCE MORE...

Source: Best Practice Institute

FINDINGS

We surveyed over 175 companies and over 3000 executives across the US, Middle East/Northern Africa, and SouthEast Asia.

We drilled down into what love of workplace means to them to create a model for a Most Loved Workplace where employees go beyond to transform the company. Our research was conclusive across geographies, organization size, and industries:

 

people who love their workplaces are 94% more likely to perform better;

and 95% more likely to stay at their organization.

 

 

Source: Best Practice Institute

 
 

ARE YOU A MOST LOVED WORKPLACE?

 

 
 

Our past award winners from Best Practice Institute are thought leaders within the leadership development and organization transformation field. They lead the way in growing leaders and themselves to their fullest potential. 

 

OUR 

PAST BEST PRACTICE AWARD WINNERS

At NYSE/Euronext - awarded to several Fortune 500 organizations. 

Awarded to Frances Hesselbein, former CEO of Girl Scouts of America

Awarded to Shannon Banks, HR Director of Microsoft

BPI Awarded Richard Olivier, Director of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and son of stage and screen legend Sir Laurence Olivier 

Awarded to Phil Martens, former CEO of Novelis

Awarded to COL Gary Kayser, Pentagon