WorldBlu Certifies Reserveage™ Nutrition as part of the 6th Annual WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ 2012

WorldBlu, a company specializing in organizational democracy, today announced it has certified Reserveage Nutrition as part of the 6th Annual WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ 2012, published annually on “Democracy in the Workplace Day.”

Companies that made the WorldBlu List include, HCL Technologies, New Belgium Brewery, DaVita, Great Harvest Bread Company and the WD-40 Company. The list includes for-profits and non-profit organizations across the United States, Canada, Mexico, the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Malaysia, Haiti, India, New Zealand, South Africa and Singapore, from a diverse range of industries that include technology, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, services and energy.

The organizations ranged in size from five to 90,000 employees, representing more than $17 billion in combined annual revenue. This is the most global WorldBlu List to date, reflecting a global movement toward democracy in the workplace.

“People want freedom rather than fear in the workplace,” said WorldBlu Founder and CEO, Traci Fenton. “WorldBlu-certified organizations model how democracy in the workplace unleashes human potential and builds highly successful organizations that change the world for the better.”

Companies become eligible for a spot on the WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ only after their employees complete the WorldBlu Scorecard™, an assessment of their practice of the WorldBlu 10 Principles of Organizational Democracy™, with an overall combined score of 3.5/5 or higher. The WorldBlu Scorecard™ is based on a decade of research into what makes a world-class democratic company. Organizations that have been in operation for at least one full year and have five or more employees can apply for WorldBlu certification.

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