Employee engagement is a term that has become increasingly prevalent as employers have begun to rethink their approach to employee management. You may know that low employee engagement can be costly, causing loss of productivity and revenue, but do you know how costly it can be? The folks over at Dale Carnegie Training embarked upon […]
The concept of a company culture has narrowed in recent years, and these days you’d be forgiven for thinking “culture” equates to employment perks. Companies like Facebook and Google have become famous for extravagant perks that include three free meals a day, onsite gyms and childcare, and free transportation to and from work. While perks can increase job satisfaction, they don’t tell the whole story. Through authentic leadership and a genuine commitment to their employees, these five off-the-radar companies have created some of the best company cultures in America.
Does your internal company culture impact your external brand? Yes. Think about company culture as your organization’s identity to the world outside the four walls of your office. Every interaction your employees have with customers, suppliers, even friends and family impacts how your company is perceived.
If you are curious about people analytics and you care about your company culture, then you are in the right place. Culture analytics will change the way you make any decisions impacting your employees. Watch a short video to learn how culture analytics can help your company!