Company culture is the personality of a company. It defines the environment in which employees work. Company culture includes a variety of elements, including work environment, company mission, value, ethics, expectations, and goals.
How would you feel about a higher retention rate in your organization? I don't know any executive in charge of human resources who could answer badly to that question. Employee retention is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges facing human resources and business in general.
People are as different as their temperaments: some are quiet and with monotonous work in the usual atmosphere more than satisfied, the others are constantly looking for new contacts and challenges. But what about yourself?: Do you know your own temperament type? Or did you ever wonder why the boss or colleague behaves the way he does? In fact, there are four classic temperament types (mixed forms, of course) with their own characteristics. Find out which type you belong to ...
"We often overestimate the effects of future changes in the next 2 years, while underestimating those that will occur within 10 years" (Bill Gates). While change is often thought of as a sudden and obvious revelation, it settles more often in our daily lives in a progressive way. What about today's HR? Collaborative experience, social recruitment, process acceleration: amid all these topics, what will be the recruitment trends for the year 2019?
For example, some companies have a team-based culture with employee participation on all levels, while others have a more traditional and formal management style. Other companies have a casual workplace without many rules and regulations.