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Weekly tips on workplace culture anywhere from key drivers to quick fixes and big-picture ideas, Culture Wins is our weekly take on a “tip of the day.”
Sharing appreciation is the easiest, least expensive way to improve engagement.
Energage research indicates appreciation is a key culture driver and it’s more important than ever before. Here are three tips to help you strengthen it within your organization.
Keeping open the lines of communication is more important than ever.
Keeping open the lines of communication between leaders, managers, and employees is especially important in times of change. Here are two culture drivers that require attention.
More than a third of workers will leave a job because of a toxic work culture.
And to make matters worse, the Harvard Business Review reports a bad reputation costs a company at least 10 percent per hire.
Don’t underestimate the importance of communicating about company values.
Energage research points to values as one of the key drivers of culture. Here are six ideas you can use to strengthen and reinforce your company values.
The stronger your employer brand, the better you’ll be at recruiting the right talent.
Your employer brand gives job candidates a glimpse into your company culture and indicates what they can expect as an employee.