One trend that's increasing among organizations chosen last month for Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work for" list is the in-creased accessibility to company leaders. Examples: Genentech's Web site lets employees pop questions to the top seven executives; Cisco's CEO John Chambers meets with all new employees within four months of their hiring; and Starbuck's executive VP Dave Pace runs a monthly "Dave's Diner" with lunch for a dozen employees.
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