While many businesses have a set of values that range in specificity, to resonate, they must be actively incorporated into company culture.
Your employees deserve a purposeful, positive, productive work culture.
There are a variety of ways employees feel supported, and there is a lot that middle managers can do to positively impact their employees.
Corporate training and communication are now a key driver in building culture and employee purpose.
Thriver raises $33M and expands its technology-driven workplace culture platform beyond food programs to include virtual events, health and wellness, and professional development initiatives that engage employees and promote a thriving workplace.
Just as culture influences social behaviors, the business culture influences how people behave. As a result, for training to be effective, it must influence and become part of the business culture.
By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.