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How to Create and Maintain an Intentional Work Culture

By Admin
May 10, 2018 Category: Company Culture, Employee Recognition

Few employees chose their jobs based on the companysculture, and it may be one reason most of themwill call it quits after a short time. The workplace cultureenormously influencesnot just employees job satisfaction andproductivity, but it also influences how they feel about their livesin general. These days, morecompanies are starting to recognize the power of culture, andare working hard to createintentional work cultures which will benefit both the businesses and those who work for them. WHAT IS AN INTENTIONAL WORK CULTURE? Just like any other group, abusinesshasits owncultureor unique ways of doing things. Workplace culture colors every aspect of how a company operates from decision making to interior design. The culture of a business often evolves without anydirect attempts to cultivate aparticular framework ofvalues and beliefs. While this natural approach may, on occasion,work at smaller companies wherethe majority ofthestaff members share similar mindsets, it typically fails

Ways to Keep Your Millennial Employees Enganged and Loyal

By GLS Group
December 18, 2017 Category: Employee Recognition, Employee Engagement

Theres no doubt about it millennialsemployees are different. Having grown up seeing their parents laid off from companies where they have worked all of their lives, most millennials no longer expect loyalty from or to any employer. Today, millennials are looking for something different;94 percentof them say that nontraditional benefits make potential employers more attractive, while 64 percent of millennials care more about the benefits they receive compared to only 51 percent of baby boomers. Heres what you can do to keep millennials loyal to your company. WHAT DO MILLENNIAL EMPLOYEES WANT? In short, millennialemployees want it all. They are looking for a meaningful, rewarding job with a supportive corporate culture, but refuse to trade their personal time and values to achieve career success. While a low salary may keep millennials from taking a position,simplypaying them more will not attract new employees or keep the ones you already have from leaving. When it comes down to it,

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