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How to Build a Good Company Culture

Adam Quirk shares some ways to build a good workplace culture.

· Adam Quirk,workplace culture,positive company,company culture,work

If your company has a turnover rate that is higher than you’d like it to be, there are things you can do to change that. A good company culture is something all businesses need, and it works wonders in fostering a better relationship with your employees and having them stay with you a lot longer. Building this culture is easier than you might think, and below are some tips for doing just that.

Communicate with Your Employees Consistently

If they feel you aren’t in touch with them regularly, employees can feel like you don’t care about them, so consistent communication is key. You can do this through one-on-one meetings, team meetings, text messages, and even regular emails so that everyone feels like they are in the loop regarding what is going on with the company. If your company is small, this communication is a little easier, but even large companies can make their employees feel like a part of the organization if consistent communication is practiced.

Be Flexible When It Comes to New Ideas

Successful companies realize that not all great ideas come from corporate or board meetings, but they can come from anywhere. This includes employees who work anywhere in the company, including the mailroom. If you give lower-level employees more responsibilities, they just might surprise you and become your next team leader or supervisor. If every employee in your company feels like it’s possible for anyone to move up the corporate ladder, they are likely to remain with you much longer.

Treat All Employees Like You’re Trying to Help Them Get Ahead

If you treat all employees like you’re interested in helping them shape their career so that they can get ahead, instead of making them feel like all you want is for them to stick with your company, they’ll feel like you are more interested in them as a person than just as an employee. Create an environment where learning and growth are emphasized, even if you feel like that person might eventually leave your company and grow his career elsewhere, and the chances of the person staying with you longer can increase.

Originally published at adamquirk.info on February 27, 2020.

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