The term “company culture” gets thrown around a lot in the business world, and it’s not uncommon to not fully grasp what it actually is, and how it fits into the workplace.
Basically, company culture defines an organization’s values; it’s the personality of the company. But really, it’s so much more than that, it helps you foster the right talent for your business by identifying shared values.
In today’s competitive climate, it takes more than profit to propel your business to the top and keep it there. And knowing what your teams’ shared values are, will ensure everyone is on the same page and aligned with your goals.
Here is a blog I wrote and below are my top curated articles on company culture, who has it, and suggestions on how to get you there.
Companies That Are ‘Best Places to Work’ Share These 3 Things
How can employers be sure their organization is deemed a great place to work by employees — even if they’ve yet to be officially recognized for it? Here are three signs a company deserves a highly coveted spot on a “best places to work” list. Check it out.. READ MORE
4 Tips to Create a Productive and Healthy Culture
Work culture is easy to talk about but difficult to create and sustain. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day grind and to be focused on short-term productivity. Here are four lessons I’ve learned from my business on how to create a productive and healthy culture at your company. READ MORE
10 Examples of Companies With Fantastic Cultures
Having great company culture is no longer just an option. Today’s workers consider it as much as they consider salary and benefits. In fact, fantastic company culture is almost expected along with other traditional benefits. Read how other companies are creating great company culture. READ MORE
How to Build a Positive Company Culture
Company culture is an integral part of business. It affects nearly every aspect of a company. From recruiting top talent to improving employee satisfaction, it’s the backbone of a happy workforce. Without a positive corporate culture, many employees will struggle to find the real value in their work, and this leads to a variety of negative consequences for your bottom line. READ MORE