Foosball or health insurance?
It’s just a decision.
But a decision that will dictate who wants to work for you, your company, and your industry — in the long run.
Recently, organizations large and small have radically rethought company design by embracing human-favorable policies including establishing livable wages, developing creative equity plans, offering paid parental leave policies, and even pulling out of an entire state in protest of discrimination.
In addition to sending a strong signal that people come first, these organizations are also making an economic argument to investors that these policies pay dividends in reduced turnover and improved business outcome.
Some call this corporate social activism.
We call this Human Company Design.