You might think that determining what makes a job “great” is pretty easy, but the truth is there are so many factors that could play a role – from exceptional rates of pay, to superior growth prospects, to employee perks and benefits – that finding one definition often isn’t as easy as it might first appear.
In fact, while for many workers the paycheck is the be all and end all, for others a sense that the work they are doing is more “meaningful” holds the key to job satisfaction.
And that’s before you factor in issues pertaining to how organizations can match the needs of different generations of employees, a common challenge for HR managers.
Take a look at Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies To Work For list for 2009, for instance, which demonstrates how, even in this economy, some companies are going out of their way to please employees.
The net worth of the richest people in the world is the worth of the total assets that each person owns. The net worth includes the assets minus the liabilities. In general, it is the worth of all the persons assets, whether or not they are liquid. The 50 richest people in the world are:
William Gates III (Bill Gates), United States, net worth $40 billion from software. One of the founders of Microsoft, Bill Gates has been the richest person in the world for most of the years from 1995 to 2009.
Warren Buffett, United States, net worth $37 billion from investments. Investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO, Warren Buffet has pledged much of his wealth to philanthropic pursuits.
Carlos Slim Helu & Family, Mexico, net worth $35 billion from telecommunications. Helu is one of the major influences over Mexican telecommunications. In 2007, he was briefly considered the richest person in the world.
Lawrence Ellison United States Net worth $22.5B from software. Oracle CEO Ellison began in very humble circumstances and built up Oracle form a small business in 1977 to an enormous computer corporation.
Ingvar Kamprad & Family Sweden Net worth $22B from furniture retail. The founder of IKEA, Kamprad started selling matches as a child and built up his retail business into the multinational corporation that IKEA is today.
Karl Albrecht, Germany, net worth $21.5B from supermarket retail
Mukesh Ambani, India, net worth $19.5B from petrochemicals
Lakshmi Mittal, India, net worth $19.3B from steel
Theo Albrecht, Germany, net worth $18.8B from supermarket retail ………….