best places to work
Interns have always been a part of the SAS culture. It makes sense - SAS originated while Jim Goodnight, founder and CEO of SAS, was a professor at NC State University.
Getting on a "Best Place to Work" list is not just a matter of having great programs and practices. It's a matter of conveying this fact to whomever is compiling the list. Application processes for these lists vary, but nearly all include at least one invitation to describe your company's programs, policies and practices in an open-ended format.
It's not just about the free food, rock-climbing walls and massages. Though that helps.
Can You Get Ahead By Putting Down Your Phone and Picking up Your Kid? And Other Metaphorical Scenarios...
Have you ever questioned the effort you put into things... wondering if it was really worth it, or worse, wondering why it seemed there was so much swirling and duplication? And then nothing?
You deserve to be treated beautifully. I have made this statement countless times over the years, yet I always run into leaders and employees who are confused by what "beautiful" means. Once I explain it -- they want it!
Julia Hartz hopes to inspire people to live more by building the world's largest marketplace of live experiences. Since founding Eventbrite in 2006 with Kevin Hartz and Renaud Visage, the company has generated over $3 billion in gross ticket sales, with more than 200 million tickets processed to events and experiences around the globe.
The regional burger chain, which has restaurants in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Texas, is the only fast-food company
The world's best workplaces are getting better in large part because their leaders see a high-trust culture as an absolute business imperative today.
Employee review website Glassdoor ranked BYU the best college to work for, bringing the Mormon university in Utah up from
While you may think giving your staff a couple of extra hours of free time a week is feeding their souls, you're wrong. Time off is always welcomed, but employee happiness and productivity are driven by much more than free afternoons.