Can Company Culture Be Too Strong?
Written for EO by Jackie Roberson, writer.
In many companies corporate culture is never explicitly defined, but rather implied. It shows up in the way that employees interact with each other, the way they dress and maintain their work areas, the hours they work, and how they conduct business with the outside world. Culture is defined through the satisfaction of the employees and the clients, the way the office is set up, and the benefits offered to employees.
In short, everything about the experience of working for the company falls under the umbrella of culture and is usually determined in large part by the company leadership and the values, mission, and vision of the organization.