But it is employee enthusiasm for the legendary egalitarian culture that catapulted NetApp to No. 1 after six years on our list. Says one employee: It feels like "a small startup company instead of a 7,000-plus corporation." Typical of its down-to-earth management ethos, NetApp early on ditched a travel policy a dozen pages long in favor of this maxim: "We are a frugal company. But don’t show up dog-tired to save a few bucks. Use your common sense."
Friday, January 23, 2009
The Best Company to Work for - in the world
NVDL: You know what makes it so great? It has common sense. It plugs in its workers, giving their existence/s a point and a purpose. Many companies contrive to do the opposite, to our collective chagrin.