While reading the news of Ferrari being nominated Europe's best place to work, I couldn't resist but pay a visit to the "Great Place to Work Institute web site. They are the ones behind the lists of "100 Best Companies To Work Fort" you see every year on Fortune Magazine.
There is an interesting correlation between the market performance of companies in the "100 Best..." list versus the industry average.
I know what you are itching to do, so here is the link to the search page from where you can query the performance of your favorite company.
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