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As a management consulting firm that highlights the importance of humans for any business success, we are especially honored to announce that we have been named a Best for the World honoree in the Workers category on B Lab’s annual Best for the World list—for the third year in a row. We are proud to join our fellow B Corps in leading the movement toward business as a force for good, and we are especially happy that our most notable achievements focus on the factor we know is at the center of our success: Our people.
The Best for the World list includes those who score in the top 10% of the B Impact Assessment in any given category, which means we are in the top 10% of the leading businesses in the world in the way we treat our teams. We are excited to be considered global leaders in our business practices, and we use that success to help our clients achieve their biggest ambitions.
Read on to learn more about what being Best for Workers means to us.
From your friends at Future State
Wondering what makes us among the world’s leading companies for worker benefits? We attract and retain some of the best talent in Silicon Valley, and there are good reasons why: We’re employee-owned, women-led, and develop strong two-way relationships with our people. We know great people are the key to every organization’s success, and we treat them that way!
Recruiting is a human-centered process, yet one many companies automate. We know people are at the heart of our success, and they’re the most important part for our clients’ success too. Read how and why we focus on building amazing teams—and why we dedicate C-level time to almost every interview.
+ From B the Change: We’re honored to join these amazing global leaders as Best for the World companies, championing the global movement of business as a force for good.
+ From Harvard Business Review: “Digital is not just a thing that you can you can buy and plug into the organization. It is multifaceted and diffuse, and doesn’t just involve technology. Digital transformation is an ongoing process of changing the way you do business…It requires mixing people, machines, and business processes, with all of the messiness that entails.”
+ From Recode: One of the most highly anticipated slide decks in Silicon Valley, Mary Meeker’s internet trend report includes these takeaways.