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Build a Better Company Culture with These Tools

A good company culture has become increasingly important to employees over the years, making it equally as important for companies looking to hire and retain employees. Digital tools like LMS, engagement platforms, work tracking software, and even a work time-keeping app can help organizations strengthen their company culture while doubling down on digital transformation at the same time.

Company Culture, Company Values: Why Do They Matter?

Unfortunately, some of us hear “company culture” and “company values” so often during hiring, performance reviews, and team building that they’ve lost all meaning—especially if we never see them in action at work. But have you ever considered how the two interact? What’s often misunderstood is what company values are, why they matter for creating a supportive company culture, and how you can bring the two together.

When to hire a new employee for your growing small business

As a founder or leader at a small business, growth is incredibly exciting — it means the thing you’re building is working, gaining steam, and growing market share. But growth can be painfully complicated, too. You’ll inevitably reach a point where there’s more to do than you or your current team can get done — but is there enough work to justify hiring a new employee? In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to decide when it’s time to hire.

7 Ways to Build a Positive Company Culture with a Remote Team

Building a positive work environment and a thriving company culture should be one of your main aims as a leader. This becomes even more important when you’re dealing with a remote team and want to make sure everyone is still included. Creating a positive work environment and a strong team can mean many things. It could include giving your team regular breaks (to let them play a cheeky round of lucky pharaoh) or organizing social activities. Improving work morale is also great for your business.

How To Create A Positive Work Culture

There is more to running a successful business than just turning a profit and making the numbers work. A positive work environment is a key indicator of a great business that encourages its employees to thrive and succeed. Workplace culture is all around us and truly defines the environment that employees work in. It can be described as the personality and character of a company or organisation, so every business has its own culture.

10 Ways to Build Your Company's Awesome & Innovative Work Culture

What do you want people to think when they see your brand? What qualities do you want people to associate you with? Professional, dependable, and reliable? Why is your work culture important? Whether you’re running stores online or an on-the-ground business, the way people see your brand is linked to the success of your organization. Here are ten simple steps that will set you well on your way to transforming your work culture.

How To Stay Mindful Of Cultural Differences When Leading A Global Team

It seemed innocent enough. A particular Reddit user was about to get married in Japan. What better time to pick up some flowers and present them to the bride-to-be? After stopping in a grocery store for a bouquet that looked appropriate, this individual arrived at the house, presented the flowers, and… …discovered in Japan, this particular species was regarded as funeral flowers. Maybe we should take these viral internet events with a grain of salt.

Fostering a Healthy Feedback Culture in Our Teams

Companies and leaders know why feedback is important for helping build relationships. But how can we make sure feedback is healthy and constructive? This VMUG features Maria Belen Senra and Karolina Zajac, Agile Coaches at King, who explore models and exercises you can use to build a culture of healthy feedback within your teams.

Why A Strong Org Culture Is The Key To Enterprise Success (& How To Build One)

Where should employees work? It’s a debate that’s dominated the business world for years now, and a question that’s become increasingly more common as employers try to determine what their office setups should look like in a still very theoretical post-COVID world. But if there’s anything the past two years have proven, it’s that teams can work successfully from anywhere—and there are bigger issues within the workplace that need to be addressed.

How Remote Work Is Shifting Company Culture & Values

The labor force is undergoing a major transformation as remote work starts to become the norm. Industries and companies capable of sustaining a work-from-home model are giving it a serious try. As a result, there’s been a shift in workplace dynamics that’s hard to ignore. 2021 witnessed the Great Resignation, where millions of Americans quit their jobs in search of more flexible schedules and greater autonomy over their work.