Enough can’t be said about the importance of company culture. It’s the “thing” that keeps the organization together. Well, let me clarify…if organizations truly believe and embrace their culture, then it’s the thing that brings the organization working together to achieve its goals.
There could be companies out there that talk about workplace culture, but don’t live the words. Don’t worry or get frustrated about those companies. Karma is coming their way. See, the key to attracting, engaging, and retaining the best talent is having a culture that employees want to be aligned with.
Here are a few of the most popular posts on HR Bartender this year about creating and maintaining company culture.
Aron Ain, CEO of Kronos Inc, shares his talent expertise. Candidates want to work for the top companies in their field. So, companies need to become the best.
A recent Kronos study examined company culture – who defines it and is accountable for it. Is everyone aligned behind your company culture?
A discussion about changing workplace culture usually includes some questions about leadership. Should you change leadership to change culture?
Why do employees leave? We often say that employees leave managers, not jobs. But that’s not always the case. There are reasons employees leave their jobs.
Businesses want an engaged workplace culture. But, how do we know what that looks like? Kronos shows us the essential elements of a highly-engaged culture.
There’s a reason that everyone is talking about company culture. It’s not a fad du jour. Company culture sets the tone for organizational values, which in turn drive hiring decisions, compensation and benefits, performance management, and learning. In 2017, expect the culture conversation to continue.
Image captured by Sharlyn Lauby after attending the Great Place to Work 2016 Small and Medium Business Conference in Austin, TX0