What happens when a company pays its employees fairly by providing competitive salaries and benefits, promotes equality and diversity, and cultivates a culture open to new ideas? What if it also provides a comfortable environment while encouraging career development and work-life balance? These key employee satisfaction touchpoints foster a sense of belonging and optimism. Employees at these companies like their work, and people who like what they do are more motivated and engaged.
Companies benefit from creating great workplaces. Experts say employees who like their work are more productive, and these employers have lower turnover rates. By staying at companies longer, loyal employees contribute to organizational stability and consistency. Ultimately, this enhances the bottom line.
Employees of great workplaces also experience better physical and mental health when they feel respected, which means people feel better and take fewer sick days. Additionally, they experience less burnout, which carries over to the customer experience. Unsurprisingly, happy employees provide excellent service to both their customers and colleagues.
For those reasons, Newsweek and data firm Plant-A Insights Group are proud to introduce our ranking of 'America's Greatest Workplaces 2023.'
In an economic climate where the job market remains competitive despite fears of a recession, employers who stand out as America's Greatest Workplaces may find they have substantial advantages over their competitors.
Newsweek and Plant-A Insights Group have partnered to determine America's Greatest Workplaces 2023. 'America’s Greatest Workplaces 2023' recognizes the best workplaces in the United States, by state and by their performance in the following categories: diversity, empowerment of women, veterans and job starters, LGBTQ+ , remote work, and more.
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