Research doesn’t lie. A recent study reported that 84% of job seekers say the reputation of a company as an employer is important. COVID has impacted the workplace in many ways, with the most noticeable being that many organizations have realized that a virtual workforce can work. That means that not only are you no longer restricted by a talent pool in a certain location, but the world’s best talent are no longer restricted by looking for organizations in places they live. Most Loved Workplace certification is an important tool to prove to candidates around the world that you are the place they should consider growing their career.
Most Loved Workplace certification is backed by leading research which proved that when a company is collaborative, respectful, inclusive, and provides clear and positive paths forward for employees, those employees will produce more and perform better for the organization. The research published both in Louis Carter’s book In Great Company: How to Spark Peak Performance by Creating an Emotionally Connected Workplace (McGraw-Hill, 2019) and the peer validated “The Emotionally Connected Leader” article published in the Hesselbein Foundation’s Leader to Leader Journal, provides groundbreaking insights into what truly leads to employees “loving” their company and giving full discretionary effort.
You will receive a link to your custom employee pulse validation once you are verified by an interview.
Your status will show once all companies have been considered, vetted and validated. You may also choose for your score to be hidden.
If you are chosen and validated as a Most Loved Workplace, your certification is valid for one year.
The Top Most Loved Workplaces will be featured in the 2021 November edition of Newsweek, as well as Leader to Leader, the official publication of The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum at the University of Pittsburgh.
NOTE: Not all winners will be printed in the published list. We take into consideration company size, online reviews, financial performance, benefits and compensation, and other factors for final publishing decisions. All decisions made by Most Loved Workplace staff and partners are final.
The final deadline for consideration in the 2021 Most Loved Workplace list, published in the special December 2021 issue of Leader to Leader is Friday, May 31, 2021.
First, companies interview with Best Practice Institute analysts. Afterward, BPI validates companies through a mix of existing and MLW company results and BPI’s proprietary search engine algorithm.