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December 16, 2016
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In this article, Jathan Janove shares his recent interview with Charlotte Miller, who served as the Senior Vice President of People and Great Work for O.C. Tanner, a recognized Fortune 100 Best Company to Work For and worldwide leader in employee-recognition programs. Charlotte headed the application process for the Great Place to Work certification, which resulted in her employer debuting at 40 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list.
According to Miller, “[Securing a spot on the list] is great for recruiting, but it also builds pride for current employees. It makes them feel good about where they work. A company may actually be a great place to work, but once it is named as such, it’s validating for employees and gives them pride."
Read the full article to learn more about Miller's impression of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list experience.
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Jathan Janove is Principal of Janove Organization Solutions, http://www.jathanjanove.com. Through consulting, executive coaching and leadership training, he helps organizations maximize their human potential. Jathan is an award-winning, internationally published author. His most recent book is Hard-Won Wisdom: True Stories From The Management Trenches.