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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Organizational Culture

9 Company Outings That Will Delight Employees

The entire point of a company outing is to help promote a strong company culture in which employees feel connected to one another and in which employee happiness is a priority. That’s why it’s so worth the effort to attempt to pull off a good one. It’s tricky, requiring careful thought and, of course, extra work for you.

Why You Should Take Team-Building More Seriously

How seriously does your organization take team-building?

5 Companies Living Out Their Missions

How do you know if your company is living out its mission?

Psst—Here Are the Secrets to Sustaining Great Company Culture

If we’re sure of one thing here at TINYpulse, it’s that workplace culture is crucial to employee satisfaction. Our research has repeatedly demonstrated that more than benefits, work-life balance, and flexible schedules, the invisible web of culture reigns supreme. These other items matter too but not as much as employees feeling like they’re an integral part of something bigger than themselves.

How to Create the Best Place to Work

Candidates with the highest talent potential are drawn to companies that have the best organizational cultures. If you want to take your business to the next level, you have to make your office a place where people actually want to be. Here are seven ways you can improve your organizational culture, courtesy of the folks over at Adecco:

Made a Mistake? Own It

There’s an old lie in the business world that the easiest way to move up the ladder is by appearing invincible. Of course, appearance is the keyword here. If you make a mistake, simply avoid the blame. It’s almost a natural instinct in the competitive world we live in.