Dear HR Service Providers -

Whether they develop, test, market, sell, implement, or support, please encourage your employees to live your values, demonstrate pride in their work, and be insatiably curious about the employers they serve. In recognizing that personality matters, we can collectively improve the human resources industry while ensuring more sustainable outcomes.

Love,
Your Friends at IA
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Each year, hundreds of organizations vie for the accolade of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, a process governed and managed by the Great Place to Work Institute. Companies with greater than 1,000 employees and at least five years of operations are qualified...


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