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Best Places to Work linked to EQ?

Is it even a plausible theory that there are linkages between Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Stakeholders' Perception of Business Success? Of course, one can argue that all theories are plausible and defensible. But if we narrow things down we could evaluate what makes an Organization viewed as "a Best Place to Work". According to Best Place to Work methodology, companies are accounted for:
 2/3 for "attitudes about management's credibility, job satisfaction, and camaraderie" through employees' random surveys. 1/3 on audit of compensation, benefits, hiring practices, training program, internal communication, and diversity efforts; The total score, among other additional criteria, will determine if the organization meets the criteria of "Best Place to Work."

Down to the basics, since only 1/3 of points is earned from benefits and internal programs, and 2/3 based on management credibility, camaraderie, and job satisfaction, one would deduct th…

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