Are the 100 Best Better ? an Empirical Investigation of the Relationship between Being a " Great Place to Work ' and Firm Performance

@inproceedings{Fulmer2004AreT1,
  title={Are the 100 Best Better ? an Empirical Investigation of the Relationship between Being a " Great Place to Work ' and Firm Performance},
  author={Ingrid Smithey Fulmer},
  year={2004}
}
We argue that positive employee relations effectively serves as an intangible and enduring asset, and may, therefore, be a source of sustained competitive advantage aet the firm level. We survey a number of measures of firm-level performance and conceptualize how each measure is likely to be affected by highly positive firm-level employee relations. We then empirically investigate whether positive employee relations is related to firm performance, focusing on publicly traded firms included in… CONTINUE READING

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