This paper will address three companies and what makes them worthy of being named the top 100 of the best companies to work for and the primary factor that they share. The paper will further address George Homans’ theory of exchange in groups and how it relates to these top companies.
During these tough economic times everyone is out scooting for work. Newspaper ads, job fairs, and other means of technology are helping many people get back to work and others not so much. But is it really the job of their dreams? Are these companies really looking out for what is in the best interest of the employees? Do these companies have the cohesion?
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