If you are not familiar with the idea of Servant Leadership consider yourself lucky. As a principled process for doing business—commonly absent from the hiring process—being unfamiliar might save you some disappointment.
On the subject of disappointment, the last time the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership published their list Top Small Company Workplaces was 2011. Even so, because the list focuses on employers whose mission includes enriching the lives of individuals—in turn building better organizations and promoting a caring world—it is still a valuable resource.
Another unique feature of the Top Small Company Workplaces list is that many of the employers ranked are not to be found on A-lists like Forbes' The Best Companies To Work For or the World's Most Admired Companies published by Fortune magazine. That means you might find a company that isn't being inundated with candidates applying based on an employer's reputation alone.
Top Small Company Workplaces: A list worth revisiting. To enlarge the image click here