A job for an HR is much more complicated after you actually start doing the job. Recently we had to figure out a small problem for a team of 50 people. They had a problem with company timings, most of the people stayed far away from the office. This was a significant shift in the company culture which had been same for over the years. After a discussion with the team and company directors, we decided to have an open timing for the whole company with a shift towards compulsory hours in a day.
For any employee, one of the most important factors is that they spend half of their day here in the office which means that the culture should suit the required person’s emotional need. The culture of any workplace is an integral part of the job satisfaction and engagement. As most of the employees moved from company to company the most important factor that differentiates them is the need for satisfaction and engagement with the employee. A significant differentiator between different organizations is that they attract due to their culture and they are able to retain the talent due to same reasons.
Here are certain factors you can look out in company culture:
Difference in culture
A company culture is different from the company perks. Lunch on Friday is different from the other activities you have as your culture. Culture is when you get things done and how your colleagues interact with each other on different levels and are an employee engagement with the company on different levels.
CEO of the company is one person who sets the tone of the company on a level, the way person at the top behaves and interact with other people funnels down to the other people of the company. If the person at the top is very passive aggressive then whole company approaches with passive and aggressive mindset.
A practical HR training is quite different than you learn in your college, in HR Training from Pace Career Academy we look to organize and reduce the number conflicts so that your employee feels confident about working with you.