Passion is a great thing, but it's not a value. It doesn't translate to how work gets done and doesn't provide guidance to employees about how to conduct themselves on a daily basis. You can't dictate passion...even if you're one of the few who can define it.
We've fallen so far as a business community that we now need to remind everyone that simple, common sense fundamentals of business are a focus of how we operate.
Intelligent minds coming out of college will have the option to make 10% more to work for an established company with horrible glass door reviews, or take the negligible pay cut to work for a company that values their employees and sets them up for success. 10% in extra in pay will never be worth happiness to these recent grads.
Tracking the expectations, behaviors, attitudes, and motivations (Culture!) of each of the four clearly defined generations is a pretty simple task, but coming up with a strategy to “bridge the gap” in order to work with (or even for) each generation? That's the tricky part.
No matter what your turnover cost is, no one wants to hire a Zombie or deal with high turnover rates. So pay more attention to culture fit and make sure the right types of people are joining your team.
The prevalence of this value throughout corporate America is disappointing. 27 of the Fortune50 claim integrity as a core value.
NPS in the form of employment is typically done in the form of, 'would you recommend a friend to work here?' Simple, but very misguided.
Our own Dr. Natalie Baumgartner shares her insight on company culture from her unique perspective as a psychologist on Tech Cocktail
The change management industry has long defined culture alignment as aligning your culture with your mission, strategy and goals (MSGs).
A lot of money, effort and nice wine have gone into the values on your lobby wall.
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