At NetApp, we believe that culture is a source of sustainable differentiation and competitive advantage that drives success for the company, our customers, and our partners. How can culture do all of that? Although the culture at NetApp is the result of decades of strategic decisions, it boils down to something quite simple: People do business with people. Employees are the heart of our culture, and when employees are happy, our customers and partners can tell. They let us know that it feels different doing business with NetApp. When more than 13,000 employees in 150 offices around the world are united by a shared commitment, it enables us to deliver success to the market which in turn delivers success to our constituents. You can read more about the link between culture and business success in this piece on Forbes.com, which features Gwen McDonald, executive vice president of Human Resources at NetApp.
Last year, NetApp received its third consecutive ranking on the “World’s Best Multinational Workplaces” list by Great Place to Work® it also ranked among the top-10 best workplaces in 14 different countries and cities around the world. Recently, NetApp was named by FORTUNE to its annual “Great Places to Work” in the United States list for the 12th consecutive year. In the survey for this list, some employees commented that they were skeptical of the NetApp culture before they joined the company, but that they realized “it’s the real thing.” You can see more excerpts from the employee survey here.
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