Unveil the Secret to Sustainable Profitability: The Business Case for Good Jobs

Discover the profitability behind prioritizing quality jobs over minimizing labor costs in our webinar on the Business Case for Good Jobs. Learn how low people investment leads to turnover and decreased proficiency, ultimately impacting operational and competitive costs. Explore the transformative potential of the Good Jobs Strategy through real-world case studies, unveiling how companies achieve high performance and customer satisfaction by investing in their frontline employees.


RSHarmaRiddhima Sharma is Fellow at the Good Jobs Institute. She directly supports executives at large retailers and restaurants as they look towards leveraging Good Jobs to deliver long-term customer and financial value. Prior to joining the Institute, Riddhima worked at Analysis Group, an economic consulting firm, using survey research methods and statistical analyses to understand customer experience and behavior across a variety of industries. Riddhima graduated magna cum laude with degrees in Economics and International Relations from Tufts University. During her time at Tufts, she worked in the Tufts Labor Lab, evaluating the impact of improved labor conditions on worker productivity and well-being in apparel factories around the globe. She received her MBA with a Certificate in Sustainability from the MIT Sloan School of Management.


Tim GarbinskyTimothy Garbinsky is the Communications Director at the NCEO. In his role, Tim works with volunteers, allied organizations, and the press to creatively and effectively disseminate information about employee ownership and advance the NCEO's mission. He earned his BA from Duke University in 2009 and has since worked as a content creator and an educator, skills which he transfers to the NCEO. Originally from Maryland, Tim now lives California's central valley with his wife.