“The Covid-19 pandemic helped create a perfect storm where employees became more isolated, less connected, and felt less appreciated.”
What are the aspects of workplace culture that most influence potential employees? Many leaders might point to a culture of flexibility, where outcome is more important than a work schedule. Some may seek a culture of learning, where opportunities for education and skill development rank high on the list. Still others might favor a solid work/life balance or an inclusive environment as the most important culture traits.
Just as critical, what are the cultural elements that keep employees happy in their workplaces? What are the qualities employees point to most as the reason they enjoy working for their organization?
If you’re an HR executive, your goal is to build a company culture that’s attractive to employees—today and in the years to come. No matter how you answer either question, one part of a company’s culture remains essential to the mix: a culture of appreciation.
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