We work with companies that strive to be “best places to work”. The overall impact of a healthy workplace culture results in higher productivity, positive word of mouth by employees, lower turnover and higher profits. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? And it seems pretty simple – unless you’re a company struggling with justifying the cost of time and money to build and maintain an inspiring and profitable culture.
According to Fortune Magazine (March 15, 2015), “The greatest employers in the U.S. say their best tool is culture” and this is gives their company a competitive advantage in the industry. Google is an example, as it has been number one on the list in eight years. Their leaders “explicitly attribute the company’s financial performance to its benevolent people practices”.