Biggest Gains in Employee Engagement in the Management Top 250 -- Journal Report
FMC Corp. posted the biggest gain among companies in the latest
Management Top 250 in its score for employee engagement and
development, followed by Owens Corning and Ball Corp.
The annual Management Top 250 ranking, developed by the Drucker
Institute, measures corporate effectiveness by examining
performance in five categories: customer satisfaction, employee
engagement and development, innovation, social responsibility and
In the 2020 ranking, FMC's score for employee engagement and
development rose 12.8 points from 2019 to 59.4, Owens Corning's
score in the category climbed 8.7 points to 62.7 and Ball's
employee score rose 8.4 points to 57. Eversource had the
next-biggest gain for the category among the Management Top 250,
with its score rising 8.3 points to 68.3. That's the highest score
for the Top 250 companies with the 10 biggest gains in the category
and places Eversource at No. 25 for employee engagement and
development among the more than 800 companies Drucker studied.
FMC is ranked No. 110 overall. Among the Management Top 250
companies with the 10 biggest gains in employee engagement and
development, International Business Machines Corp. is ranked
highest overall, at No. 3. Merck & Co. is ranked No. 11
See the full list of the Management Top 250 companies with the
biggest gains in employee engagement and development below. You can
see the companies with the biggest gains in innovation here,
financial strength here, customer satisfaction here and social
You can also explore the full, detailed rankings here, and a
list of the 2020 Management Top 250 all-stars, companies that
excelled in all five categories, here.
-- Gerard Yates
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
April 20, 2021 09:14 ET (13:14 GMT)
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