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All around the world, corporations are investing significant resources to improve workplace culture with mixed results. How about you? Are your culture-building efforts creating a great employee experience? Are they attracting good people and inspiring them to achieve? Are they driving business results? Or are they going to waste?
Discover how focusing on the right culture priorities can help you influence greatness in your organisation in this new joint study by the O.C. Tanner Institute, Y2 Analytics, and Harvard Business School professor, Ashley Whillans.
But can you really create a successful corporate culture by copying someone else’s? Which cultural traits will make your company a magnet for top talent? Inspire people to achieve? Make them want to stay?
After talking to nearly 10,000 employees around the world, we’ve discovered the 6 aspects of culture to which every organisation should be paying attention.
Key findings in this report include:
The most commonly used term to describe current workplace culture is ‘stress’.
On average, employees only rate their current workplace culture at 65 on a 100-point scale.
71% of employees say their organisation has a clear purpose.
Read on to find out more.