Great Place to Work(R) Names Best Workplaces in Asia

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A culture of trust is the key to retaining talent in the Asia-Pacific region, according to research and consulting firm, Great Place to Work.

Great Place to Work's annual study of Asia's Best Workplaces research reveals that employees at the top 60 Best Workplaces in Asia indicate that managers behaving in a respectful way is the most significant factor for employees to have the desire to remain in the current jobs.

In announcing the Best Companies in Asia, Great Place to Work CEO Michael Bush said, "Being on the list is more than being recognized as a Great Place to Work. A high-trust culture helps you attract people, improves your performance, retains your top talent, fosters innovation, and assures a sustainable business. Bottom-line, a Great Place to Work for All is better for business, because you're developing the full human potential of everyone on your team."

To help companies in Asia get a better understanding of how to improve, Great Place to Work launched the Best Workplaces in Asia Report 2017,The Importance of Trust, which includes the data from this year's regional list, and in- depth analysis on which behaviors motivate employees the most. To read the report and view the list of the 60 Best Workplaces in Asia, please click http://www.greatplacetowork.net/best-companies/best-workplaces-in-asia .

"Our 30 years of research shows that it is not perks and benefits that will get employees up every morning 'fired up' to go to work and contribute fully, it is the quality of the relationships that they have with their managers, peers, and job," Bush concluded.

About Great Place to Work(R)

Great Place to Work(R) is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through its certification programs, Great Place to Work recognizes outstanding workplace cultures and produces the annual Fortune "100 Best Companies to Work For(R)" and Great Place to Work Best Workplaces lists for Millennials, Women, Diversity, Small and Medium Companies, industries, and internationally, countries and regions. Through its   culture consulting services , Great Place to Work helps its clients create the great workplaces that outpace peers on key business metrics like revenue growth, profitability, retention and stock performance.

Follow Great Place to Work online at www.greatplacetowork.com and on Twitter at @GPTW_US .
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