Corporate Culture Week Exclusive: Culture Matters

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Editor’s note: Throughout the week, we’ll be featuring exclusive insights into the world of corporate culture. This article will provide tips for conveying your culture to jobseekers and potential candidates. Culture matters to employees. Clarify Your Culture.

Words to Describe Your Company Culture. Go!

ClearCompany Recruiting

Could you accurately and succinctly describe your company culture right now? Often, organizational culture is vaguely defined and poorly communicated. Or maybe your organization has a great culture, you just don't know how to identify and articulate what that means. Culture is important, and properly defining it can help you optimize, organize, and manage your culture goals moving forward. Find Your Culture. Can you accurately define your company culture?

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Mindfulness at Work: Developing a Culture of Mindful Leadership and Empathy

Achievers - Recruiting

Creating and developing mindfulness at work has always been challenging. Getting individuals from so many different backgrounds and cultures to collaborate and communicate is no easy task. This is a powerful way to build trust and create mindfulness at work.

How to Build an Unforgettably Audacious Company Culture

Lever

What is company culture, and why does it really matter? While position requirements, salary and compensation packages, and career advancements are front of mind for candidates interviewing at your company, culture also matters. Culture is like a vapor that permeates nearly every. The post How to Build an Unforgettably Audacious Company Culture appeared first on Lever. Culture Employee Retention Employer brand

The Guide to Modern Employee Recognition - Build a Culture of Recognition

Learn the steps required to successfully prioritize recognition at your own organization, implement a successful recognition program, and maintain an atmosphere of appreciation and recognition in any organization.

Identifying and Shaping Existing Workplace Culture

JazzHR

Organizational culture can have a serious impact on the bottom line. . According to an often-cited study by Harvard Business School professors, companies with “performance-enhancing cultures” saw a staggering 682% revenue growth over an eleven-year period. . But, as Deloitte has reported, fewer than one-third of executives really understand their company’s culture — despite 86% believing it to be of great importance. Reinforcing a Positive Culture.

Keeping Company Culture Alive At Home

McQuiag

Having a great company culture has numerous benefits from increased employee engagement to attracting new talent. In a world of remote work, however, it can be challenging to maintain a strong culture when no one is together. Much of a company's culture relies on people being able to interact and build a shared community as a team. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to keep company culture alive even when the team isn't together.

How Cornerstone Keeps Culture Alive During COVID-19 and M&A

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Keeping culture alive and well during the coronavirus pandemic has proven to be challenging for many organizations, but can you imagine trying to keep your culture intact in the middle of a pandemic while also going through a merger and acquisition?

4 Keys to Successfully Interviewing for Culture

Dice

Tech companies love to use culture as a recruiting tool, to varying degrees of success. What many interviewers—whether they’re recruiters or hiring managers—don’t consider is that once a culture is established, they have to hire the right people to maintain and improve it. If you’re consistently working to maintain your culture anyway, that shouldn’t be too difficult. “I Candidates will be drawn to the culture that speaks to them.”. Put Your Culture at Center Stage.

Is Profit a Must for Great Culture?

Fistful of Talent

Do you feel having a great culture mandates that you must also have a healthy bottom line? Does big profit always precipitate enviable culture? Sure, there’s the occasional start-up, not-for-profit or long-standing organization that consistently commits to having a great culture and workplace regardless of profitability. Now I also know there are companies out there that are insanely profitable that don’t give two s s about their company culture.

I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) - Engaging Remote/Gig Employees In The Digital Age

Speaker: Nancy Harris, CEO of Restart Consulting LLC, and Elena Valentine, CEO of Skillscout

Remote workers have already proven to be more productive for many businesses. By 2020 50% of our workforce will be remote. This trend will only continue to rise. With access to the latest and greatest technologies, it’s never been easier to communicate and collaborate with people anywhere, at anytime. But yet, many remote and freelance workers note a feeling of isolation and disengagement from the team. Does this sound like your challenge?

Organizational Culture: Definition, Importance, and Development

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A great organizational culture is the key to developing the traits necessary for business success. And you’ll see its effects in your bottom line : companies with healthy cultures are 1.5 Despite this, only 31 percent of HR leaders believe their organizations have the culture they need to drive future business, and getting there is no easy task — 85 percent of organizations fail in transforming their cultures. What is organizational culture?

A Road Map to Reinventing Your Corporate Culture

Recruiting Daily Advisor

In this context, a solid, supportive, and motivating company culture has never been more important. Company culture is a tool for more than recruitment and retention; if done right, it goes much deeper. Sometimes, it is painfully obvious when your company needs a culture change.

Why I Am No Longer Saying “Culture”

Fistful of Talent

About 15 years ago, I was sitting at an office dinner party, and the company president was giving an emotional speech about the importance of company culture. Confusing because I was unsure what he meant by culture. Business leaders often talk about “culture,” and its importance to the success of an organization. We hire “Culture Leaders,” lead with “culture first,” and hire for “culture fit.” Do you like culture?

Is your culture keeping pace with growth?

JazzHR

Each one is different and has a unique sense of culture during their infancy. But as start-ups grow in revenue and subsequently, size, many start to lose their cultural identity, former practices, and ideologies. If your company is flourishing and you’ve noticed some of the following occurring in your environment, you may be dangerously close to losing your culture: Silos. How to pace culture with growth. The post Is your culture keeping pace with growth?

Keeping our Teams Motivated, Engaged and Content in an Ever-changing World

Speaker: Julie Bruns, Workplace Wellness Consultant

In times of crisis and change, it is the responsibility of HR to ease adaptation. Mass layoffs, furloughs, and management changes will put a strain on company morale and employee engagement, but it doesn’t have to bring us down—that is, if we don’t let it. Join Julie Bruns, Workplace Wellness Consultant, and learn how to keep your employees’ heads in the game and maintain motivation. As the workplace dynamic evolves, you will have the tactics to make sure your team can weather any storm.

Evaluating Company Culture in the Era of COVID-19

Recruiting Daily Advisor

With so much going on, it can be difficult for business leaders to know what to expect in terms of impacts on company and office culture. workers to see how this has impacted employees’ experience at work and what companies can do to boost their culture.

Ways HR Can Influence the Organizational Culture

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Organizational culture is formed by a wide range of things, including the industry, employees’ average age (or generation), employees’ skill level, and the stage of life most employees are in, just to name a few. But there are ways that organizational culture can be both indirectly and directly influenced by the organization, including the HR team. Influencing the Organizational Culture. These are just a couple examples of how benefit packages can influence culture.

How to Create a Hygge Culture at Work

HR Technologist - RB

Hygge at work is all about the small details that make an employee’s workday seem special. Learn what hygge at work is and three ways to achieve it. Culture

Keep Cultivating that Culture

Teamtailor

As time passes, it becomes harder to maintain the same creativity and motivation to come up with activities that will nurture the relationships between teams and co-workers, that we had at the beginning of lockdown. The company culture doesn’t have to suffer!

Employer Branding: Employer Branding Without Employee Advocacy is a Chocolate Teapot

Speaker: Charu Malhotra, Global Head of Talent Attraction and Employer Branding, Ferrero

Employer Branding or employee branding? Charu Malhotra, Global Head of Talent Attraction and Employer Branding for Ferrero will discuss the importance of going beyond just advertising and really gaining employee advocacy to achieve trust.

How to Deal with Changes at Work

Achievers - Recruiting

The companies that will thrive in the long term are the ones that, as Gallup puts it, “have a workplace culture that lives and breathes adaptability — a culture with agility in its DNA.” While change managers typically focus on planned innovations, their skills are also called upon when companies have to learn how to deal with changes at work that are unexpected. Tackle change at the cultural level. Well-equipped to deal with changes at work.

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Remote Employees and Maintaining Organizational Culture

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Organizational culture is more difficult—though not impossible!—to Let’s take a look at the final point above: crafting and maintaining organizational culture. Ways to Craft and Maintain Organizational Culture Remotely. This is the foundation for the culture.

How to communicate company culture changes: Recruitment marketing tips

Workable

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, loads of businesses have experienced a culture shift. Transition to remote operations, forced layoffs, new health regulations and company policies – all these events have caused changes in company culture in a flash.

Improving Workplace Culture

ApplicantPro

Any work environment that thrives and promotes real growth needs to acquire a positive and fulfilling workplace culture. As an organization improves their “culture” the productivity increases, morale is lifted, and revenues increase. Workplace culture is implicitly connected with productivity. In order to improve your workplace culture start with a focus on real productivity over hours clocked in. The post Improving Workplace Culture appeared first on ApplicantPro.

Designing Equitable Performance: How to Create Fair, Inclusive Assessments

Speaker: Aubrey Blanche & Sahra Kaboli-Nejad

We are all susceptible to bias and strive to mitigate it through reading, taking classes, and participating in trainings - yet, it seems like these aren’t driving the change we need. Women tend to receive vague, personality-based feedback, where men tend to receive performance related feedback. Work completed by Black men is more likely to be rated as lower quality than White men. And Black women face these overlapping biases in even more extreme ways. So what can we do to address the inequities in the system? Look at the system itself - are we designing an equitable performance system that benefits everyone? Join Culture Amp’s Global Head of Equitable Design and Impact, Aubrey Blanche, along with Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Lead Sahra Kaboli-Nejad, to discuss how we can re-evaluate our performance management systems. We will discuss the benefits of designing a system at every level (individual, manager, and organization) to help mitigate bias and ultimately create a system that finally succeeds at what it is supposed to do - improve performance.

Who Is Struggling the Most at Work?

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Who Is Struggling the Most at Work? Blog Posts Featured News Tech Company Culture COVID-19 Healthcare HR Press Release Productivity

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Is your culture keeping pace with growth?

JazzHR

Each one is different and has a unique sense of culture during their infancy. But as start-ups grow in revenue and subsequently, size, many start to lose their cultural identity, former practices, and ideologies. If your company is flourishing and you’ve noticed some of the following occurring in your environment, you may be dangerously close to losing your culture: Silos. How to pace culture with growth. The post Is your culture keeping pace with growth?

11 Employee Networks to Build an Inclusive Culture

Achievers - Recruiting

Building an inclusive culture should be at the top of the priority list for every organization, especially leaders. Currently, nearly half ( 45 percent ) of workers say leadership is “minimally” or “not at all” committed to improving company culture.

Why Culture is the Hot New Perk

Dice

Up-and-coming organizations are creating strong, unique cultures that attract and retain tech pros. Here are some of their creative retention strategies and tips for nurturing a magnetic culture: Here’s to Your Health. But that’s not the case at Concur. Nurturing a culture of professional learning and career growth has escalated lateral moves and promotional cycles, with internal employees filling 35 percent of the company’s open positions last year.

How to Scale Your Workforce from 0 to 100 in Less Than 6 Months

Speaker: Gaurav Valani, Head of Talent, Overstock

Engaging, attracting, hiring and retaining candidates quickly, while not compromising culture and candidate experience, is paramount to driving brand loyalty. Join Gaurav Valani - Head of Talent at Overstock, VP of Talent and HR at tZERO, Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Advisor - to learn how to create a more efficient hiring process that will enhance your candidate experience and encourage retention.

5 Ways to Build Company Culture with a Remote Workforce

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As leadership teams move on from the initial concerns of VPN connections and transitioning in-person meetings to video, another question presents itself: how do we maintain our collaboration and company culture with a remote workforce when not all of us are in each other’s company?

How to protect company culture during COVID-19

Social Talent

And, on average UK workers are spending 28 more hours at their desks per month since lockdown began, as concerns about the culture of ‘ePresenteeism’ rise. You might overlook it, but your company culture is crucial to help combat this, and more important than ever. Doing this in a remote culture is a lot harder than it is in a co-located one, so here are our tips for you to put into practice. Your company culture is not just your people, but also how you treat them.

The HR Dilemma of Unpaid Internship Culture

MyRecruitmentPlus

This blog post will dissect the opportunities and challenges of unpaid internship culture, hearing from the real-life experiences of university graduates. . Now, let’s shed some light on some of the inherent challenges that come with unpaid internship culture.

How to create a culture of internal career mobility

Social Talent

Why not put the magnifying glass on our own organisations to fill roles and enable a culture of internal career mobility? Coinciding with this, positions can also be filled faster and at a lower cost—all boons for any company!

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Transforming Roles into Careers with Growth Opportunities

Speaker: Dr. Robert Sniderman, President of The Entrepreneurial Edge, Inc. and HRFocus USA.

But training people to be proactive means building a workplace and culture where they believe that you have their best interests at heart. True people enablement requires trust, and trust is built upon a culture that participates in an ongoing cycle of instruction/feedback, evaluation, correction/adjustment, and more evaluation. Roles turn into careers when people can proactively seize moments to celebrate, learn, and improve.

When Toxic Culture Spills Over Onto Glassdoor

Proactive Talent

No matter where you work, odds are there are individuals, teams, even whole business units that have a culture of toxicity at your company. You are not going to be able to systematically change all the cultural issues within your company right away, so what can you do? Any CEO, Chief People Officer, or head of a business, worth their salt should take any complaint, internal or external, about culture toxicity or abuses in power extremely seriously.