Intentional Culture Benefits All (Part 3 of 3)

When recruiting, become dedicated to building a team of people who are compatible and enjoy working together. When interviewing for cultural fit, make sure the candidate fits not only the position, but the organizational dynamic. When people who genuinely like and respect each other work together, there is a dramatic increase in recruiting and retention. Your teams are more likely to share how much they enjoy working at your organization and will more likely refer top talent.

Once your organization’s values are defined and the corporate culture is created, it is time to spread the word. Ask all employees to engage with the organization on social media and encourage them to post frequently. Demonstrate your culture with videos of life in the office, team members serving their communities, or share how employees enjoy their time away from work. In the end, happy employees will gladly share in the vision and values, which will yield more recruiting success.

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