of Americans define organizational culture as a combination of employees’ attitudes, actions and behaviors.
have left a job due to workplace culture.
say their manager doesn’t know how to lead a team.
dread going to work.
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Real culture convos are happening now. Check back often for the new ways SHRM can help you create a positive workplace culture, latest happenings, new upcoming events, important conversation starters, and the best ideas for creating an engaging workplace.
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— Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP
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Without a strong focus on inclusion, diversity efforts are ineffective. SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., discusses inclusive hiring and civility at work.
How do you have a culture convo? What should you talk about? Where do you even begin? Worry no more, because this Conversation Starter Kit has everything you need to drive meaningful and productive discussions.
5 Tips to Transform #MyWorkCulture
You’ve taken the first steps and have had some strategic conversations about workplace culture. So now what? Learn how to get to the next level with these five helpful tips for engaging employees and more.