Google Tops Reputation Poll for Treating Staff Well

Susan Hall

Google's many work perks put it atop a poll measuring companies' reputations for treating employees well, reports Bloomberg.


The annual Harris Interactive Reputation Quotient poll ranked Johnson & Johnson second and Intel third. Previous winner Microsoft fell to 10th place.


According to the story, Hewlett-Packard, Berkshire Hathaway and Intel saw the biggest gains in position over last year, while the reputations of Bank of America, Halliburton and Wal-Mart took the deepest dives.


But according to Reuters, the reputations of airlines, which have cut salaries, raised prices and started charging for meals and checked bags, took a drubbing as well.

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