News and Articles About Company Culture
When Nathan Coombs retired from the military, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen's company culture convinced him that the franchise was the right fit.
A 'transfer of ideas' must be done with care so each individual understands and appreciates the firm's values.
As leaders do unto employees, so employees do unto customers.
A far-reaching survey shows that workers who are paid fairly stay with a company that gives them opportunity and respect.
Leaders need to take a stand for whats right when bad behavior occurs.
Companies are increasingly focusing on the kitchens as an office gathering places and providing meals or snacks to reward their staffs.
As Starbucks considers revising its visible tattoo ban, we ask you: Do you think tattoos are important self-expression or unprofessional in the workplace?
All the advice you need to know boils down to these ideas to help you differentiate and beat the competition.
Bringing on new hires can be a tricky process but there a few things you can do to make the transition easier.
The leader's sincere interest in employees is the cornerstone of an uplifting company culture.
If your brand feels a bit stale lately, it may be time to get back in touch with your startup roots. Here is how.
Employees don't want to feel bogged down by processes and office politics. Try implementing these tactics to keep the innovation flowing.
The first Papa Johns' pizza was baked in the renovated broom closet of a bar. The facilities are better now but a lot else is unchanged.
Training of leaders can include awareness of micro aggressions, inequities or indignities.
How and what the leader communicates is the most significant factor shaping how a company is perceived.
When employees believe in the brand, the company prospers.
Startups that hire well-known industry insiders sometimes find they create bigger problems with their egos than they solve with their expertise.
To improve employee engagement and make positive changes in the workplace, leaders should be asking employees for their honest opinion about what is working -- or not working -- in the organization.
Cultivating a community of employees who enjoy working together and proactively collaborate can be tough, but worth the effort.
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Napping does not equate to slacking. In fact, it can help boost employee performance.
Stay on top of issues before dissatisfaction spirals out of control, leading to a drop in productivity and revenue and exits.
Culture can be a wonderful selling point to attract new employees and customers. But it might also be a cultural hegemony as corrosive as saying you only want a third of your workforce to be women.
Just because salespeople are often away from the office either working remotely or in the field doesn't mean they don't want to be involved in company culture. Here is how to make sure your salespeople don't feel isolated.