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HERE’S WHAT GOES INTO CREATING OUR RANKING OF THE 100 BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR—AND WHY WE’RE SHAKING UP THAT PROCESS IN A MAJOR WAY.

TWENTY YEARS AGO, when Great Place to Work produced the first 100 Best Companies to Work For list for Fortune, only the most forward-thinking business leaders appreciated the concrete value of creating employee-friendly workplaces. Today, countless studies acknowledge the link between culture, trust, and business success. And for most companies, the mission of creating a great workplace has

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