Tag Archives: values

Green Recruiting Practices – Does HR Need to Go Green? (Part 1)

We’ve all heard that green is the new black. Just like organizational culture was touted in the ‘90s as essential for business success, social responsibility seems to have taken its place during this decade. It’s good to be green — that’s what a lot of companies are finding, as they integrate environmentalism and sustainability into […]

How Values Drive Behavior at Dignity Health

by Lizz Pellet (@Lizzpellet) Dignity Health, the fifth largest non-profit hospital system in the country with over 60,000 employees in 17 states, has recently completed a transition two years in the making. The system has rebranded itself from Catholic Healthcare West to Dignity Health. Although Dignity Health is made up of Catholic and non-Catholic care centers, there […]

3 Ways To Maintain Your Company’s Culture

We’re inspired by this article: Developing and Maintaining a Company’s Culture – WSJ.com. Three company founders, Tony Hsieh of Zappos, Tory Burch of Tory Burch LLC, and Naval Ravikant of AngelList share their insight on how to create, build, and maintain unique company cultures. We love the ideas they share! From culture surveys that invest […]

Purpose Drives Culture And Engagement

Employees seek recognition. A recent blog piece on TLNT argues that employees perform better when recognized for their hard work and dedication to a company. Obviously true, right? If you are an employee that works hard every day and puts in extra time and effort into your work to never be thanked, or even noticed, […]

Culture Is More Than Perks

Let’s set something straight. Company culture is not limited to picnics, baseball outings, and a few days a year employees can bring in their pets. These special perks are fantastic for company morale, and often necessary for employees to step away from their work to take a few deep breaths and clear their head. These […]

Employee Motivation

Candidates with the best cultural fit in a company have more advantages than most colleagues. The teamwork, dedication, and engagement of employees who match the values of a company is greater than those who don’t match the company’s values. A thought-provoking article on ERE.net, separated types of employees into thirds. The high-performing top, the average […]