Company culture is something that already exists within a company…it’s the company’s personality. It defines the environment in which employees work.
It’s a variety of elements that include:
Ask yourself these questions:
Do you have your own plans for your company’s development?
Do you have teams that are growing within your organization?
Do your employees have common behaviors?
What does their job mean to them?
Would they want to leave if they had the chance to?
Do they get along with others within their team?
Do your employees seem happy at work?
These are symptoms of either a healthy or unhealthy culture. You need to know how your employees are reacting to what you’re building. Employees tend to enjoy work when their needs and values are consistent with those in the workplace. They develop better relationships with coworkers and are usually more productive.
It’s important to seek out employees who share your company’s culture. Businesses with a strong company culture have happier employees, increased productivity, and higher employee retention rates.