12 Jun Importance of a Positive Cooperate Culture
To be able to keep and hold onto employees, not only is the brand value of the organization important, but so is the cooperate culture.
“The culture is the outcome of decisions made by your organization, and the input that goes into the next decisions made by your organization.” Author of Evergreen Library, Eric Jorgenson said.
Your company is a culture, and the tone is usually set by the people at the top. This is because the founder begins to hire people who are like minded, then that mindset will repeats itself. The work culture helps employees relate to each other and their boss, because it is a common ground of values and emotional interface.
Remember that class you loved in high school or college because the teacher made the class interesting and fun, even though you weren’t passionate about the topic? This is how corporate culture works. You begin to work harder, and stay more involved when you are in an atmosphere that you enjoy. Think about how much time you spend in the work place, if your employees enjoy where they are working, there will be a higher statistic of the overall personality and growth as a person.
To keep your employees for a longer time, a positive cooperate culture is vital. No one wants to live their life counting down the days until the weekend. A company that trusts their employees and instills them with confidence, can achieve a stronger culture, therefor keep them longer. No, this does not mean work should be easy or always interesting, but it is important that workers feel appreciated.
As an employer, there should be expectations, qualifications, of the type of people you want to hire. The goal should be that the culture is so strong, you can trust anyone in the office to do the right thing.
People are looking for a corporate culture that will help them live a happy balanced and satisfied life.
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