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The survey is divided into five sections with a total of 25 statements, 10 Sustainable Practices statements for our 100 Best Green Companies survey, an optional demographic section and two open-ended questions.
Online, the sections and statements will be appear in random order.
• Flexibility to balance family, community and job obligations
Management and communications
• Treatment by supervisors and management
Mission and goals
• Progress of mission and purpose
Career development and learning
• On-the-job training
Benefits and compensation
(This section will be omitted for volunteers)
(Used to determine our 100 Best Green Companies, published in the June issue)
• Sustainability as part of the organization’s mission
Optional demographic information
• Job level or function
Additional (written) comments
• What about your organization makes it great?
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