Posts in Company-culture

Do You Understand Your Brand?

  Someone in your organization has probably spent a lot of time thinking about the company brand. Perhaps there has also been a very large financial investment made to develop just the right look, feel and message. This is good, and every company should go through a brand definition process that Read More

Decreasing Employee Engagement? Check Your Company Culture

Companies with great cultures have higher levels of engagement. And companies with high levels of engagement have happier employees, more loyal customers, and more profitable businesses. Read More

Who is Driving Your Business?

Business is all about competition, but the question you need to ask yourself is: Read More

10 Steps to Increase Employee Retention

  As business becomes more and more competitive, simply filling open positions isn’t enough. Read More

Should You Say Yes to Pets at Work?

    When it comes to animal-friendly offices, the answer depends on who you ask. But one thing we can all agree on is that the topic of pets in the workplace isn’t going away any time soon. If your company doesn’t have a pet policy in place, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll need one. Read More

Investing in Your Employees: It Pays Off

You might think you don’t need to invest in training and development, especially when it comes to the basic office programs and technology you use every single day. Surely you all have these skills already, right? Read More

Are You Using Your HR Policies Strategically?

Are your HR policies merely a list of rules to be enforced? Or are they designed to foster a positive company culture that allows you to run your business effectively while attracting and retaining awesome employees? Read More

Things You Should Know About STRESS

Everyone feels stressed from time to time. But what is stress? How does it affect your health? And what can you do about it? Read More

Are You Managing Your Team or Leading It?

The kind of talent you want in your company isn’t interested in being managed to death. What they really want is to be led. So, which one are you? A manager or a leader? And what’s the difference? Read More

Your Secret Business Weapon: Happy Employees

Employees are the fuel that runs your business. If you want your company to be successful, it’s not enough to simply be able to recruit top talent. You’ve got to keep them happy as well. Read More