Culture is more than a ping pong table in the office. It’s more than ‘funny-tie Friday’, too. Culture is a careful mix of trust, empowerment and strong relationships. And, some might argue, culture can’t be manufactured – it has to be earned.
Here’s a run down of the best articles on the web around building culture:
Over the last three years, we’ve seen more coworking offices pop up across the globe. The number of coworking members surpass half a million. So why do individuals love coworking spaces so much?
Each year, rankings for the best company to work for, company culture, and job perks have thousands of companies vying for a spot on the list. For many companies, diverse employee benefits are what keep a company on these lists and what keeps employees happy.
Recognize This! – Trends in HR for the year ahead will emphasize empowerment, the employee experience, and ultimately a more human workplace.
What will some of the big themes be for HR leaders in the year ahead and how can we begin preparing for them?
Company culture isn’t about having a fancy office.
Culture is about having a team that works well together and is productive, all working towards the same goal.
Many employees are opting to work remotely to enjoy their life and have more freedom.
Company culture is a real conundrum. We all know what it is but we can’t point to it, measure it or slot it neatly into a spreadsheet, but overlooking it is a no-no. Culture happens, so make it a good one.