Why Invest in
Great Places To Work?
The HIP Great Place To Work portfolio is based on the annual list of Great Place to Work Institute, published in Fortune magazine yearly, which rates and ranks employee-related metrics, feedback, and surveys. "Great workplaces" prioritize employee pay, benefits, and recognition, which can lead to higher employee retention, engagement, and innovation. These factors can drive more new products, more customer referrals, higher revenue, and lower employee turnover, aligning with "people as an asset" philosophy.
Innovation via Diversity
Great workplaces in this portfolio are more diverse by gender, ethnicity, and age, which can result in more innovation, patents, and new products and revenue.
Fair Pay and Benefits
From $15 minimum wage to equal pay for women and people of color, great workplaces view people as an asset, not just a cost to be minimized.