Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Best Companies to Work for (2)

Best Companies to Work For: Checkr

The goal of transparency is alignment — among every individual in the organization. Companies need to keep transparency at the forefront of their culture if they want an engaged and productive workforce. So how should companies foster an organizational culture of transparency? Here's what Khoi Ho, Manager of People Operations at Checkr, has to say:

Best Companies to Work For: Contactually

Many organizations have their own set of values. And yet, most of them are just mere words on the walls. In order to create a successful business and organizational culture, you need to make sure every action and decision is in line with your company's values. We chatted with the CEO of Contactually, Zvi Band, to give us a glimpse into their culture.

Best Companies to Work For: Peabody Engineering & Supply

It's easy to go into work, put your head down, and just stay siloed all day. But can a computer monitor make you feel valued for the hard work you put in day to day? An inclusive organizational culture where employees are empowered to have a voice and engagement is top of mind is one where workers thrive. We got a chance to chat with the CEO of Peabody Engineering & Supply, Mark Peabody, to go behind the scenes of their culture and find out what makes their company so great.

Best Companies to Work For: Tractor Outdoor

Politics have no place at work — unless you do actually work in politics. Such behaviors can destroy organizational cultures due to their uncomfortable and tense nature. So how do companies overcome this?

Best Companies to Work For: Springest

Traditional employee recognition comes from managers. So a company without managers could also mean a company without any employee recognition. And when employees don’t feel valued, they leave. Plain and simple. So how does a Holacratic organization practice recognition?

Best Companies to Work For: Dillon Toyota-Lift

The effects of one bad hire produces a ripple effect throughout the organization. Our Employee Retention Report found that micromanaged workers are 28% less likely to think about a new job. So as a CEO, how do you make sure your managers are performing up to par?

It's time to start changing the way your employees engage. 

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