Chinwe Onyeagoro -
February 16, 2017
No one becomes a lawyer, public accountant or business consultant without a healthy love for learning. People in professional services aren’t just expected to stay ahead of trends in their industries; their level of knowledge is a kind of personal currency that adds value to their businesses and careers.
So, it’s no surprise that our Best Workplaces in Professional Services & Consulting, recently published in Fortune, make the most of employees’ interests and aspirations within their jobs.
How are they doing it? Here are some of the key findings our Great Place to Work team uncovered.
Encouraging an engaged, enriching work environment also influences how employees feel about their workplace overall. The bottom line? The most successful professional services organizations are speeding ahead and increasing the return on their talent attraction and management investments by supporting their people to continually learn and advance their careers.
Chinwe Onyeagoro is President of Great Place to Work®. She works with multi-billion dollar technology, telecom, financial services, and bio-pharma companies to successfully execute business strategy by developing high-trust, high performance cultures. She has worked for two top management consultancies (McKinsey & Company and The Monitor Group – acquired by Deloitte in 2013). She serves on the boards of private equity firms and lending institutions that have invested over a $1 Billion in small and medium enterprises that create good jobs in communities.