Although many companies claim to be ethical, employees at Cadence say it walks the integrity talk. Cadence, which makes technology for designing computer chips, has ethics training programs as well as multiple ways for employees to raise concerns. These include anonymous reporting through the corporate governance website, an email address or a telephone hotline. In addition, Cadence aims to resolve internal conflicts fairly. In one case, a manager felt a direct report was not performing his duties. But the employee relations team helped both sides see that trust had eroded in the relationship. Rather than discipline the staffer, he was re-assigned. “At Cadence, it is not just what you do and accomplish, it is very much how you do it,” says a Canadian employee. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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