The best places to work in Atlanta, identified through employee surveys
Direction is of paramount importance to employees, based on the feedback from businesses that enlisted for the AJC Top Workplaces survey. Some 211 metro Atlanta companies took part, with 50,892 responders.
Creating a culture where employees feel valued is hard work that has to be driven by the top leaders. Even then, it can take years to develop.
By contrast, organizations that never make it on these lists are often led by tone deaf CEOs who think they have more important things to do. After all, they reason, if they pay decent salaries and benefits, the rest will take care of itself.
Only it doesn’t.
Mild laughter filled the conference room, offering a glimpse of how VPR has become the back-to-back winner of the large company sector for the AJC’s Top Workplaces.
There is a method to the madness, and it is called Customer Drive Leadership, an approach rooted in the oxymoronic concept of servant-leader.
Welcome to “the clown car,” said a co-host of the meeting in a conference room crammed with three-dozen colleagues, about double the fire marshal capacity.
View a chart of the region's best large, medium and small businesses and see how they stack up against each other.