Corporate Culture Articles

Creating an atmosphere of excellence and purpose takes time and patience. So does building a support system that favors employees and allows them to do their best every day.


Internal communications involves many complex processes, from getting the brand statement and mission to trickle down to all employees from management to internal branding and methods of communication between employees. When managers invest time in opening dialogues with their employees, they save time in the long run. Here is the power of the open conversation.

A Social mindset means everyone can see and feel his or her individual value, making for more engagement.

The trend taking over employee communications and performance management in many industries right now is to abandon the performance rating and annual review in favor of a less formal approach with more frequent conversations. As an employee, I have always thought of the annual review as an exercise in demoralization.

Employee Engagement is all about engaging with everyone at an organization, no matter their age, background, or personal beliefs. As Generation Y grows into more responsibility at work, employers have to adapt to the changing workforce. Luckily, Millennials are coming into positions better prepared than ever to succeed.

Learn how to improve your Internal Communications when dealing with employee complaints to keep your employee retention rates high.

Internal communication has a deep effect on employee retention. The ability of managers, executives, and the employees themselves to get their information across prevents frustration on the part of workers on all levels of an organization and makes company goals, as well as individual employee goals, crystal clear.

Millennials in the Workplace

Is the millennial generation taking over your workplace? Are you an HR professional trying to manage employee communications with a major generation gap within your staff? There is no over-the-counter prescription for this but that is why I am here, as a millennial, to fill in the gap and make sense of this unique group of individuals.

Is the millennial generation taking over your workplace? Are you an HR professional trying to manage employee communications with a major generation gap within your staff? There is no over-the-counter prescription for this but that is why I am here, as a millennial, to fill in the gap and make sense of this unique group of individuals.

Listen Up↑: Employee Recognition

It's time to make employee recognition part of the fabric of all organizations that rely on them. According to a 2016 Gallup survey, only one in three U.S. workers strongly agree that they received recognition or praise for doing good work in the previous seven days.

It's time to make employee recognition part of the fabric of all organizations that rely on them.

Technology is Changing Corporate Culture

Technology has brought a revolution to human resource management and corporate culture. It has changed recruitment, training, the use of data and the performance management process. But the technology revolution is only just beginning.

Technology has brought a revolution to human resource management and corporate culture. It has changed recruitment, training, the use of data and the performance management process. But the technology revolution is only just beginning.

Sodexho's team effort and dedication offer strong lessons as the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season approaches and offers a good example of how employees can help build a reputation for an entire organization.

Corporate Social Responsibility has become more important to organizations across all industries in recent years for a variety of reasons. Employees want to work for companies that put Corporate Responsibility high on their priorities list. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it helps engage employees and build brand loyalty.

Employee engagement helps organizations develop a corporate culture, but what does that mean and how does it help a growing business?

Employee engagement helps organizations develop a corporate culture, but what does that mean and how does it help a growing business?
In a world where over half of consumers don’t trust paid advertising and an overwhelming majority trusts earned promotions, branding is everything. A good brand is one that stays positive in a customer’s mind. In order to avoid souring the brand and losing a chunk of your customer base, your company has to be fully aligned with the brand story and identity top to bottom. You need the tools and the strategy to reach your employees.

9 Ways to Best Engage and Retain Top Employees

Top execs and middle managers alike face a common quandary: How can we sustain our vibrant culture? Walking the tightrope between vitality and consistency depends on communication at every level.

Entrepreneur and CultureIQ spent months searching for the best cultures in the U.S. Here are 153 of the best corporate cultures they found and why they are considered the best.

American Workplace Changing at a Dizzying Pace

Organizations must reconsider how they manage their workforces. With employees are pushing companies to break down long-established structures, organizations are not giving employees compelling reasons to stay.

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