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#UberXWeirdly: Partners in experience

WeirdlyHub

Developing questions for a customer with an authentic dedication to culture-growth and real focus on putting […]. Uber’s ride-share app famously offers the best user experience in the market.

What are organisational values, really? Examples from companies who walk their talk

WeirdlyHub

Likewise, the companies that have core values, but don’t focus on them, often find themselves struggling financially and culturally.” “The best companies take their core values to heart, challenging themselves every day to ensure they are truly living their values.

5 prime ministers in 5 years. Bad culture will eat you from the inside.

WeirdlyHub

Votes of no-confidence, insurgency – however you frame it, there’s something going down in the culture of these parties that […]. Bad culture will eat you from the inside. Australia has just elected their 5th prime minister in as many years.

What does your company smell like – and what that means for your organisational culture?

WeirdlyHub

Building an organisational culture that encourages growth and allows diversity can be like changing the smell of your company. The post What does your company smell like – and what that means for your organisational culture? appeared first on Weirdly. Better recruitment

3 Problems Only HR Can Solve

Creating a Culture of Accountability

Lever

Culture recruitingA lack of accountability in the workplace can spell doom for companies, especially those in high growth and working on employee retention and engagement.

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.

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? Now I also know there are companies out there that are insanely profitable that don’t give two s s about their company culture.

Culture Fit or Culture Add: Can You Fit In?

Katrina Kibben

Can you be a culture fit if you're also a culture add? The post Culture Fit or Culture Add: Can You Fit In? recruiting Recruiting Voice culture add culture fitWhat does all of that mean anyway? appeared first on Katrina Kibben.

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. Perhaps you have a word that you would like to replace culture with?

The Value and Impact of Recognition

Speaker: Meredith Haberfeld, Founder/CEO of ThinkHuman

How can you create a positive feedback culture that celebrates all moments - big and small? It all begins with people recognition.

Defining Culture & Culture Fit

Recruiting Daily

Culture fit is not about everyone thinking the same – it is about utilising the unique strengths of a group of a people, to achieve mutual goals in the most efficient way. When we use the word ‘culture,’ we mean the social order of an organization: its collective values, drives, goals, and codes of behavior. […]. Blog Posts Featured News company culture culture fit good&co rdaily

What Is Emotional Culture in the Workplace?

Recruiting Daily Advisor

There are many facets to workplace culture—for example, the level of competitiveness, the level of formality, the level of hierarchy and how closely it is followed (or not), the level of interaction with the community, and the amount of teamwork that is expected.

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.

What Company Culture Really Means

Recruiting Daily Advisor

If I had a dollar for every article, blog, or book I have read about “company culture” over the course of my career, I would be well on my way to a comfortable retirement. There are so many opinions about what “company culture” means and how it develops. You cannot fake a good culture.

Make Your Onboarding Inclusive & Engaging

Speaker: Daria Friedman, Principal Analyst, Talent Acquisition and Engagement practices at Brandon Hall Group

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. How to pace culture with growth.

New Survey: Company Mission & Culture Matter More Than Compensation

Glassdoor for Employers

While high salaries and unique perks may have once been the keys to attracting top talent, a new survey from Glassdoor shows that a company’s mission and culture matter most to job seekers. Interestingly enough, culture matters even more to millennials and younger adults.

Creating a Next - Generation Call Center Culture

HR Technologist - RB

CultureMillennials have raised the bar for customer service expectations.

Forget Cultural Fit and Look for Cultural Impact

Entrepreneur - Workplace Diversity

While hiring for culture fit is go-to move, it tends to stifle diversity because it can perpetuate unconscious bias. Instead, use these four hiring practices to focus on determining how workers will impact the culture. Company Culture

Continuous Improvement - Flipping the Script on Your Coaching Culture

Speaker: Jordan George, Director, Leadership & Talent Development

Practical advice for gradually (and successfully) shifting your coaching culture towards one of continuous improvement. Folding a fitted sheet. A slow internet connection. Tangled earphones. Stepping in chewing gum…while wearing a brand new pair of shoes.

How to Balance Cultural Fit with Diversity

ClearCompany Recruiting

Hire for cultural fit, but make sure there’s room for diversity. Because with a strong company culture, employees are happier and more productive and diverse teams outperform less diverse teams by an average of 35%. Cultural Fit diversity hiring

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. How to pace culture with growth.

5 Ways to Cultivate Your Work Culture & Engage Your Employees

ClearCompany Recruiting

Creating an outstanding work culture that accurately represents a company’s values begins with strong leadership. When leadership creates and embodies a work culture that matches the company’s mission and vision, it becomes part of the company DNA.

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. A strong culture of professional growth endures over time.”.

Employee Performance Management - What Your CFO Needs to Know About Culture Before Investing

Speaker: John Frehse, Senior Managing Director, Ankura

Labor is probably your number one CONTROLLABLE cost. Talented employees are also a scarce resource. How is it that financial capital is plentiful but carefully managed, and great employees are scarce and poorly managed? The answer lies in the relationship between your CHRO and your CFO.

Culture: An Antidote for the Quitting Epidemic

HR Technologist - RB

CultureToday’s employers are challenged by unprecedented voluntary turnover, particularly as Millennials and Generation Z workers take over the workforce.

Building Company Culture During the “C Round”

HR Technologist - RB

But this round is also an opportune time to establish and build a lasting company culture. CultureThe “C Round” of financing is usually associated with companies' efforts to expand and ramp up.

Artifacts of Culture or “What’s in the BOX!”

Fistful of Talent

Company culture. It’s never the people – it’s the culture. Culture is pretty much what we say it is. Culture isn’t what you say. What Are Your Cultural Artifacts? I know culture is a squishy word. Let’s make culture more “atom-based.” Your culture is all those things that are left behind that others can see, touch, experience and observe. Your culture isn’t what you say. Culture is the artifact of what you say.

The Importance of Building a Great Company Culture

TalentLyft

Great company culture is the critical factor for both attracting and retaining employees. Great company culture will make your company stand out and influence your team’s performance and improve their product. Culture and People

Employer Branding: The New Front-Line

Speaker: Philip Black, Head of Strategy, Omobono

Hire Fearlessly: Pursue Cultural Add Over Cultural Fit

Glassdoor for Employers

Cultural fit has become a standard when we consider candidates for a position. Will the candidate fit into our workplace culture? Talent Acquisition Diversity Hiring Recruiting Talent Attraction

How Work Culture Has Changed Over the Years

JazzHR

Let’s take a look at how work culture has changed over the years. But that’s the only way work culture has changed for the better. To summarize, the American work culture has changed by: Extending the office with connected mobile devices.

10 Tips to Improve Your Company’s Organizational Culture

Achievers - Recruiting

I am often asked by company executives, “What is the one thing I can do to improve my organization’s culture?” We define culture as the collective hearts and minds of an organization. Show employees that you care about them and your organizational culture.

Building a Culture That Makes Time for Coaching Services

HR Technologist - RB

Building a work culture that supports coaching services for your employees and D&I initiatives is important, writes Kate Keaney, CEO at Connor HR Consultancy. Culture

Attracting & Retaining the Next Generation of Superstar Talent

Speaker: Ryan Turnbull, VP, Wellness Practices Leader at Tolman & Wiker, & Bryce Eddy, SVP Employee Benefits at Tolman & Wiker

Designing a workplace culture that offers true work-life balance and exceeds employee expectations. Ever wonder how companies differentiate themselves to attract and retain superstar talent?