High trust culture isn’t just a feel-good perk. Great Places to Work reports that decades of research shows workplaces with high-trust cultures see higher levels of innovation, customer and patient satisfaction, employee engagement, organizational agility, and offer higher shareholder returns to investors. Great Places To Work teamed up with Fortune to recognize superior American companies. Here is the list of Virginia-headquartered companies who made the list:
You can see Fortune’s entire list of 100 companies here.
Small and mid-sized Virginia companies (15 – 1000 employees) looking to assess their own employee culture should look to a free service. This “Best Places To Work In Virginia” survey is sponsored by the Virginia Chamber.
All of this analysis around trust is especially important during a time when the 2017 Edleman Trust Barometer reveals that trust is in crisis around the world.