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of job applicants say the job description was accurate

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of employees are actively or passively looking for a new job

Why your company culture is defined by your purpose

Why your company culture is defined by your purpose

This might sound like a lot of psychological jargon, but trust us, it matters. If you were to ask yourself, what is my company's purpose? Would you have a clear answer? The statistics on this topic are frightening. “¼ employees are either indifferent or don’t know much about their company’s mission.” - OfficeVibe. This is a wake up call for most companies who claim to have implemented company culture in every act.
Returning to the office shouldn't be so d*mn hard

Returning to the office shouldn’t be so d*mn hard

Alas, transitioning the remote company culture back into the office can be done. There might be some awkward meetings and conversations about what vaccine you got, swapping quarantine stories, the usual.
Role alignment; the golden ticket to your next key player

Role alignment; the golden ticket to your next key player

Here at Culture Works, we practice what we preach. We hire a person for who they are as a whole, not the list of accomplishments on their resume, and we encourage you to do the same. What we’ve discovered is that when culture works, a company’s internal systems support a motivated workforce and overall success. The core of your company’s culture begins with the recruiting and hiring process.
How to Instill Company Culture Remotely (Yes, it's Possible!)

How to Instill Company Culture Remotely (Yes, it’s Possible!)

Email and messaging apps are a great start to communicating. Integrating regular video conferences allows team members the space to nurture their relationships. Additionally, hold regular one on ones. Communicate consistently, maintain transparency, and gauge stress levels.
The World's Opening Up — What Are Our Employees Going to Do?

The World’s Opening Up — What Are Our Employees Going to Do?

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It seems that no one truly understands what the new workplace will look like in the coming months. As many large companies, like SalesForce, Google, and Spotify are opting to allow employees the choice of how they would like to proceed, it’s important to figure out what model works best for your organization and your employees.
Navigating Learning and Development Post-COVID

Navigating Learning and Development Post-COVID

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We are (hopefully) quickly approaching a world post-COVID. As things return to normal, employers wrestle with the question of whether or not to return their employees to the office. If this last year has taught employers anything, it’s that employees can still effectively do their jobs from home—and they want to!
Using Emotional Intelligence Intelligently

Using Emotional Intelligence Intelligently

Hiring great employees does not stop at their qualifications listed on their resume. Of course the candidates’ qualifications matter, but it’s also important for hiring managers to place an emphasis on the emotional intelligence of their employees. Studies have shown those who manage and understand their own and others’ emotions are better equipped to handle the pressure of being a leader.
How to Retain Your Top Talent During Your M&A

How to Retain Your Top Talent During Your M&A

Raise your hand if you want a frigid work environment! Nobody? Well…  It’s no secret that downsizing or merging a business means facing inevitable challenges such as combining two different work cultures. The process is often expensive and draining, but there are steps that can support a smooth transition for both employers and employees. 
How to Increase the Value of Your Company During Your Merger

How to Increase the Value of Your Company During Your Merger

Do you want to increase the value of your company? Who wouldn't! When you hear the word “value," however, what do you think of? In many cases, dollar signs flash in front of people’s eyes. And for those undergoing a merger, adding monetary value to one’s company would likely pass without complaints.