I work for a company that really has everything together. They treat every single one of their employees extremely well, the building is entirely modern and up-to-date, and we all feel like valued members of their team. I have been promoted twice since I started working there 5 long years ago, and this makes me want to stay around for the rest of my career. The entire management team is incredibly considerate. For example, last week the HVAC unit stopped working on my floor. My office in addition to all those around me got hot at enormous speeds, and we didn’t know what to do about the situation. Our manager told us we could go work from home while he called an HVAC professional to come out and fix the air conditioning system. By the time we returned the next working day, the air conditioner was up together with running again at full turbo charge, and we were all able to return to work. I have worked at jobs up until now where we were expected to stay in the office even though the cooling system was not working. That caused it to be very hard to get my own work done, so I really appreciated it when my manager let me to go home last week. I think that when working through an operation, the people in charge must treat the employees below them as equals and grant them all respect. This ultimately creates a truly nice work culture where everybody feels valued and they also show up willing to work hard. I know my coworkers have the same feeling about it as I do, so we will all probably be staying at the company for a long time. I know I sure will.