Placing stock in a high-trust culture
Our 30 years of research, in over 40 countries around the world, has shown us time and again that invest- ing in a high-trust workplace culture yields distinct, tangible business benefits. Our studies of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® show that great workplaces enjoy better financial performance than industry peers. Case studies of specific workplaces demonstrate additional, industry-specific benefits, including reduced shrinkage, improved track records on safety, higher customer and patient satisfaction, improved employee morale, better quality job applicants, and more.
Around the world, companies with high-trust cultures deliver stronger results
All companies that make the Best Workplaces list (whether in the U.S. or other countries) have one thing in common: a high-trust culture. Great Place to Work® global research shows that both in the U.S. and internationally, these trust-based cultures lead to impressive performance records.
For example, a portfolio of India’s Best Workplaces outperformed India stock market indices by a factor of nearly four during a recent five-year period (2009-2013). And, Danish Best Workplaces have experienced roughly 1/3 the turnover of Danish companies overall (9% compared to 25%), positioning them for heightened success against their competitors.
See the results
The research is clear: trust fuels greater business success. Download our report,
The Business Case for a High-Trust Culture, to learn more about the links between trust and:
- Financial Performance
- Top Talent
- Customer Satisfaction
- Employee Engagement
We can help you spur positive growth by leveraging a high-trust culture.