Go ahead. Love your job.

People who love what they do — do it better.

Imagine: A world where people love their jobs.

Posted By Jim Barnett, CEO & Co-founder, Glint


Every day in the life of an organization brings new challenges. Individuals and teams make daily decisions to address these challenges and to seize opportunities - decisions that impact customers and business results. As a CEO, the best way I know to ensure we’re making good decisions is by building a people-driven workplace - one where my team feels heard, empowered, and filled with purpose.

We want our talent to be passionate about solving for, and delighting our customers — really having that impact on our customers in a profound way. If we are really powering people success — we are enabling our employees to do that — and do the best work of their lives.

Michelle Deneau, Director of HR Business Intelligence, Intuit

A love that leads to measurable results.

We live in a culture where, too often, the norm for an employee is not to enjoy their job. People-driven organizations, however, have greater aspirations. They lean in — way in — to the power of an engaged workforce. These companies relentlessly harness the employee voice, identify connections between engagement and business success, and take action to improve the employee experience. The result? Higher engagement, longer tenures, and better results.

Meet the leaders in people success

People-driven leaders around the world are helping their organizations achieve this vision. These companies go above and beyond the norm to actively create workplaces where it’s acceptable, even expected, for employees to love their jobs. Here, we share the stories of just a few.

The data that’s provided from Glint and our people survey is absolutely invaluable.

Michelle Deneau, Director of HR Business Intelligence, Intuit

Experience the platform that makes it happen

Glint has partnered with these organizations and others around the world to help them create environments where their people can be happier and more successful. Reach out to learn more about Glint and how it can help your people be happier and more successful at work.