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The culture of a company is a crucial element that every business must prioritize. It refers to the shared values, goals, attitudes, and practices that shape the personality of an organization. It reflects the unwritten rules that people in an organization follow; it also describes how co-workers interact with one another.

A company that emphasizes its employees is likely to have a strong corporate culture. This is because a strong culture will lead to better engagement and performance. A company that focuses on its employees will also have higher retention rates, which is beneficial for any business. A work environment that is conducive to creativity and innovation makes employees feel supported, gives them the latitude to do their jobs more effectively (and have fun doing it), boosts retention rates among talented employees and increases revenue.

To improve your company culture, it is important to identify what it already is. Every firm develops a company culture whether they realize it or not. However, an unguided, unstructured culture may do more harm than good. There may be a serious disconnect between your organization’s mission, values, and vision, and what its employees and leaders actually do. That’s a telltale sign of a dysfunctional company culture.

To improve your company culture, you must have a clear understanding of what it is, and then you can begin to make the necessary changes to improve it.

  1. Integrate your values into everything you do at work, from hiring to performance reviews. Ensure that your company’s vision and values are clearly communicated to all employees and leaders.
  2. Find people who fit your organization’s vision and values and bring fresh perspectives.
  3. Make feedback more effective and simpler by being genuinely interested in what others have to say.
  4. Create a compensation plan that meets the employee’s needs and is acceptable to your company.
  5. Work to create an inclusive, welcoming workplace that respects every employee.
  6. Building a culture of positivity, recognition and celebration at work can help create positive work environments.
  7. Use cultural issues to identify opportunities for improvement and then address the problem through redesigning your systems.
  8. Offer flexible and generous benefits, such as telecommuting options and paid time off.

In conclusion, a strong company culture is the foundation of every business. By following these 8 expert tips, you can take your culture from good to great and create a positive work environment that supports and values your employees.

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A cloud-based time attendance management system aims to make time tracking more easy and effective. Powered by the patented 4-level verification technology, Clockgogo provides HR staff with a peace mind upon time card management.

Fake GPS, buddy punching, hefty hardware costs, clumsy installation will not be problems anymore. With flexible and user-friendly roster planning and reporting capabilities, calculation of work hour, overtime and other time attendance results is just a click away.

Time card and time attendance results can also be retrieved through API for third-party HCM / HRIS / HRMS / HR system integration (e.g. Workday, Peoplesoft etc.)

Since its launch back in 2016, Clockgogo has already processed more than tens of millions faces and is widely adopted among global brands.

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