What really defines and drives good culture, beyond the fun stuff
How to define (and redefine) your own company’s culture
What great culture looks like for candidates and employees at all stages during the employee lifecycle
When you think about your company culture, what comes to mind first? You probably think about extravagant offices, free t-shirts, top-grade snacks, and happy hours galore. That’s all great, but a recent study from TINYpulse found that 64% of employees nonetheless do not feel that they have a strong work culture.
Perks are just a small facet of creating a truly compelling company culture. Join Laurie Ruettimann, HR thought leader and author of I AM HR: 5 Strategic Ways to Break Stereotypes and Reclaim HR, as she explores the real meaning of culture and provides examples of companies who have created truly great cultures that drive real business performance – and actually engage employees.
Most organizations treat employment branding as a component of a larger talent acquisition strategy. By contrast, the employment brand team at RBC works to attract key talent from around the world, and also foster internal employee engagement. ...
In this 8 minute interview with Amy George, Vice President of Talent, Diversity and Inclusion, Terex Corporation, we ask her:
• How far into the future do companies need to go to ensure they are not victim to the skills gap for their critical positions?
• How do company’s best communicate the skills that they need to the younger generations and in your communication?
• Whose responsibility in the organization is it to be proactive with this message?
• We know that there are challenges of gender diversity in manufacturing roles does that make it more or less important to emphasize diversity within a skills shortage?