During and after the pandemic, there has been a constant that has kept organizations alive – the workplace culture. Culture survived and thrived solely depending on the behaviors of people, their interactions, and conversations, amongst themselves, and with the organization they work for.
A winning culture cannot be measured by visible values and by how many perks and benefits are promised to the employees. It runs deep, measured effectively by how happy people are, by how much they are encouraged to communicate with the leadership and how much is done to restore their feeling of belonging in the workspace.
Every organization runs on a predominant culture. Our report focuses on a predominant culture’s characteristics, how much its apropos values would influence talent attraction and retention in the organization and outperforming their competition. The businesses would perform better working towards the realization that ‘no-one-culture-fits-all’ in the same way that no individual is the same as the other.