Lockdown | How to craft a strong remote culture

How to craft a strong remote culture

Devising a positive company culture can make all the difference when it comes to attracting and retaining talent and ultimately lead to a business’ success, making it a key element of any HR strategy. This is reflected in stats released by Deloitte, which stated that 94% of executives and 88% of employees believe that a well-established company culture is essential to a business’ success. According to Onrec, the study also shared details of a strong direct correlation between employees who claim to feel content and valued at work and those who state that their company has a strong culture. In addition, Jobvite’s 2018 Job Seeker Nation Study stated that 46% of jobseekers believe company culture is very important when choosing to apply to a company. Read more 5 alternatives...

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