What makes a great place to work?

Jones, Gareth
June 2007
Personnel Today;6/26/2007, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's comments on the factors which are responsible for making a place suitable to work. The author suggests that to be at a great work place one should focus on the elements that give people the feeling that this is the ultimate place to be in terms of personal and professional fulfillment. He says that there are many questions regarding their work that come into employees' mind and these questions need to have positive answers for an organization's well-being.


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