Top places to work
Employees at Google, our top medium employer, often credit smart colleagues with making the workplace vibrant and interesting.
If great employees make companies great, then the best employers must know how to attract and retain top talent. Four local leaders talked to the Globe about their hiring techniques.
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Michelle Stacy of Keurig Inc., Sandra Fenwick of Children’s Hospital Boston, Martha Samuelson of Analysis Group, and Steve Vinter of Google’s Cambridge office talk about their first jobs.
Globe movie critics Ty Burr and Wesley Morris talk about their favorite movies about the workplace.
We sometimes see our own lives reflected in the movies, and that includes our lives at work.
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At Institution for Savings, it’s the company’s thoughtfulness that stands out. At Google Inc., your colleagues are the ones who make you feel special. At Bright Horizons Family Solutions Inc., being a top employer isn’t a fluke. What do these companies have in common? They each represent the very best of what our annual Top Places to Work survey has to offer. Each is a No. 1 employer in its respective category - small, medium, and large.
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Employees are working harder, and feeling more appreciated. At the best companies these two go together.
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Despite the sputtering economy, some Boston-area companies are building for a stronger future, which means hiring and moving to accommodate growing pains.
Three employers scored high for diversity and their methods for creating a truly multicultural organization.