Every company needs core values. The company with only one person as well as the company with 10,000+ people needs core values. Core values drive you back to what your organization stands for, what they value and how they do work.
In recruiting and consulting, we get to see and experience the stereotypes about all the generations in the workforce. These stereotypes are generalizations about a group of people and while they aren’t true for everyone, we should be aware of them.
We recently sat down with Bill Balderaz, President and Founder, of Futurety located in Columbus, Ohio. Bill is well known in the startup community and is a regular on the speaker circuit at conferences ranging from New York to California.
Employee burnout is a big problem and it seems to be increasing. It prevents employees from being engaged and it hinders employee performance. If you aren’t discussing these challenges within your organization, you should.
Varying personalities bring different ways of thinking and different ways of doing things to an organization. It can create a well-rounded team and it provides potential for great collaboration and innovation.
I know most of us are sick of hearing about company culture and cultural fit, but I hope you’ll hear us out. This is something we all need to understand in order to make the right hires and to find jobs that are the right fit.