MsOS Evaluation Example

Over the past several years, Google has consistently been one of the highest scoring companies. Below is a list of the initial screening sources, falling within several assessment areas, which contributed to Google’s most recent score:

 

Innovation

Most Innovative Companies (Fast Company)

Smartest Companies (MIT)

 

Corporate and Brand Reputation

Top 50 Reputation Score (Consensiv)

Top 100 Global Brands (BrandZ)

100 Best Global Brands (InterBrand)

100 Most Loved Companies (APCO)

 

Management Capability

Top 50 Best CEOs (GlassDoor)

 

Trustworthiness

World’s Most Ethical Companies (Ethisphere)

World’s Most Respected Companies (Reputation Institute / Forbes)

Top 10%, Reputation Quotient Rankings (Harris Interactive)

 

Customer Loyalty

Top 200 w-Ratings Score (wRatings)

Top 200 Net Promoter Score (Quality Solutions )

 

Employee Engagement

Best Companies to Work For (Fortune Magazine)

Best Workplaces for Millenials (Fortune Magazine)

Best Places to Work (Glassdoor)       

 

Diversity

Best Companies for Diversity (Black Enterprise)

Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities (DiversityBusiness)           

     

Sustainability

Top 25% overall sustainability score (Jantzi/Sustainalytics)

 

Culture

Companies with Best Work Environment (Careerbliss)

America’s Most Inspiring Companies (Performance Inspired, Inc. / Forbes)

World’s Most Admired Companies (Fortune)

SocialZ Verve Index (Millward Brown)