I almost choked when I saw this. The NYTimes had an article about Costco that Alexander Kjerulf, Chief Happiness Officer, covered:
You’d think that if a company treats its employees well (a lot better than their competitors) and gets great business results because of it, that this company and it executives would be celebrated and praised for it.
You’d be wrong.
The New York Times has a great article about Costco, the huge chain of supermarkets who spend much more on their employees than their main competitors.
Can you believe this?