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Great Workplaces on the Rise

Posted, by Deborah Merkin
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We are entering an age of great workplaces. A job is no longer just a job, but a good fit in environment and skills between employer and employee. Due to more transparency given by employers and more trust in the employee/employer relationships employees are happier in their workplace. What does this mean? Generally, it means better business results. Awesome, right?

The Great Place to Work Institute's latest research is the simplest example of the cause and effect of investing in employees and workplace culture. Creating a place where employees want to be will make them believe in your organization's goals and the business results are undeniable.

At GiftCard Partners we take our own lessons to heart. We were recently recognized as a Massachusetts winner of the When Work Works Award for innovative, flexible and effective workplaces.

We all work remotely, and take great pride in our ability to find camaraderie and teamwork while working in flexible, fluid workspace. It makes our employees' lives easier by giving them the flexibility to be home when kids get back from school, or there's a family emergency.

None of us commute, so we save time, money and frustration between the hours of 7 and 9 a.m. A workplace doesn't need to be a 9-5 grind and it doesn't need to take place at uniform desks under fluorescent lighting. A flexible workplace can make the work better in certain situations.

A job is no longer just a job. A great workplace doesn't need to look conventional. It does need to work for its employees and their employer.

Topics: Rewards & Loyalty, Business Success, Employee Engagement, General Gift Card, Awards, Employee Incentives & Rewards

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