Annual appraisals are giving way to continuous coaching. Matias Rodsevich offers insight on how keeping staff cheerful is good for business.
It’s not surprising that the term company culture is used more often today. Most employees don’t just want a job, but a community as well. A survey by Google in 2015 found 88% of respondents who strongly felt their company culture fostered collaboration and knowledge sharing also reported high morale and job satisfaction. It’s clear that company culture isn’t something to be ignored.
Maintaining a great culture can make a difference to an organisation. A culture that makes your current team happy and attracts the best recruits also makes for a motivated, passionate and successful team. Using web-based and mobile tools (such as the solutions that we offer at Impraise) lets you offer staff feedback when it counts, rather than just once a year during an appraisal. But what else can you do to keep your company culture on top?
This is an extract from the Business & Management Magazine, Issue 253, April 2017.