Plenty of research shows that women-lead companies perform better financially than those led by men. One recent study compared the performance of Fortune 1000 companies that had women CEOs against the male-dominated S&P 500’s performance, and found that the 80 women CEOs produced equity returns 226% better than the S&P 500. But there’s also evidence that women are building workplaces that perform better for their employees, too. According to the findings from Capital One’s Spring 2019 Small Business Growth Index Survey, when it comes to competing for talent, women small business owners (55%) are more likely to market their business as a great place to work than men (37%). And it’s not surprising why.