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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

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10 Great Examples of Google's Company Culture

What is it about Google's company culture that drives a strong competitive advantage? Here are 10 great examples of Google’s culture and why other companies should learn from them. Learn how to increase your employee engagement, productivity, and creativity.

How to Turn Your Employees into Brand Ambassadors

Employer branding is essential for securing top talent and generating a strong public image. After all, one of the best ways to advertise your brand is through employees themselves. They’re unique to your company and will set you apart from competition.

3 Steps for Launching an Employee Engagement Strategy

Companies are increasingly shifting focus to employee engagement strategies, as data has shown higher staff retention and productivity linked with higher staff engagement rates.

Organizational Values: How to Choose and Evaluate Yours

For many companies, organizational values exist as a part of the employee handbook, or on the company website. But how these values are integrated into day-to-day company culture, studies show, has some room for growth.

Building Great Cultures: Embracing the Light and Understanding the Shade

Leaders in the workplace can transform people's lives. Margaret Wheeler is living proof of how much can be achieved when we show commitment to our employees. As Chief People & Culture Officer at Stitch Fix, Wheeler has seized every opportunity to drive positive change for her workers. But why should leaders care? For Margaret, it’s because work is developmental, transformational, and as she thinks about her own work in her life, Wheeler says she’s had the opportunity to change as a human being because of her experiences in the companies she’s been a part of.

The Four Hats that People Ops Wear and Why They Matter

Lola.com CEO, Mike Volpe, joined us at TINYcon for an an exploration of the four different disciplines of people ops (spoiler: it’s not just HR anymore!) Mike draws on his experience as a board member, angel investor and startup advisor to explain how the best People Ops executives incorporate elements of marketing, customer success, product management, and sales into their roles.