Organizations today seem to be on a mission to get more out of less. The best example of this is fewer employees with more responsibility. Often this ends up with a role I call the “two-way” leader. Not only do they have to perform their own job function but they are also responsible for managing a team of people.
Everybody loves a top 50 list. It could be dog breeds, the best cities to live in, highest rated CEO’s or in this case the Top Companies to work for in 2018. I love LinkedIn’s annual list of the Top Companies in the US to Work For in 2018 because it’s based on actual actions of over 146 million US Professionals.
At some point in our careers, we’re all guilty of settling for a bad boss. Deep down, we knew we weren’t growing or moving forward because of this person, but why did we stay? Or rather, why didn’t we leave sooner?