Culture Exchange

Let’s Work Happily Ever After: The Business Case for Culture (Guest Post)


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Workers want to be engaged. Companies want workers to be engaged. So what’s the problem? Just like with wedding engagements, there’s a lot to more to do. It’s not as simple as grabbing anybody off the street and telling them when and where to show up. People want to feel united in purpose. Chosen. Engagement starts with a strong company culture. But in order for culture to engage people, first, it must be communicated. 

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