company culture

The co-author of "Nine Lies About Work" explains why you shouldn't care which company you work for.
Most things companies think are part of their culture are not actually part of their culture. One of the reasons for the
Great Managers Are More Important Than Ever Millennials want feedback and are more concerned with connecting than previous
This idea is explored in greater detail in a new research study of more than 23,000 employees in 45 countries, conducted
Be open to discuss your passions outside of work. Does the company do service work? Talk about how you volunteer at the local
It is easy to forget that an organisation is set up to do more than just go about its regular activities to achieve set goals and complete its mission statement. But in truth, as we spend 1/3 of our day at work, it is important that we feel comfortable in our work environment and relaxed and motivated by our colleagues.
When you hear the word "culture," different things likely come to mind. You might think about art, food, or even the cultures of specific nations through the world.
This causes frustration and failure when it comes to trying to put all the pieces together, often putting either too much
October is National Work and Family Month, and I've been thinking: What does it mean for a workplace to be “family- friendly