If a workplace is toxic, very little else can be done to make a job sustainable. Whilst salary and a clear career path are important elements of stable employment, a recent study by CV Library stated that a massive 48.2% of employees consider having friendly colleagues their top priority, whilst 40% claim that a positive culture is the most important factor in any company.
This relationship between corporate leadership and workers shouldn’t only be a priority to those lower down the ladder; when a corporate culture is damaged, it can have a massive effect on productivity, profitability and - of course - staff turnover. The symbiosis between these two elements of the corporate world is both essential, and shamefully overlooked in many organisations.
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