8 trends data
I have a few questions re your 8 trends of highly progressive workplaces. I hope you don’t mind answering.
I know this was based on talking with 150 organisations but can you tell me:
Was this a good cross-section of different industries? Also private, public or 3rd?
What was the range of number employees?
Were any well-known brands involved?
Many thanks for your help.
There's a wide variety of organizations on our list. Private companies, listed companies, governmental organizations, non-profits, foundations, etc. Number of employees range from few (around 5) to many (around 75,000), and there's all shapes and sizes in between. Yes, well-known brands were involved as well, for example Spotify, Google, Haier.
For more info, check out our Bucket List (corporate-rebels.com/bucketlist) were you can also select on industry and location.
Not sure what you mean with the numbers on the scale. Can you elaborate?
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