13 Ways HR Can Help Build A Sustainable Company Culture
Company culture means more than just what goes on in the boardrooms and offices of a business. It's how people interact with each other, from executives to those who recently entered the company. The human resources department impacts how company culture operates both directly and indirectly. Their interaction with staff sets a bar that other interpersonal discussions can be measured by. HR's implementation of rules and regulations helps to gently push employees to behave or act in a certain way.
In this Forbes Human Resources Council article, Jay Polaki, HR Geckos' Founder and CEO, shares how HR can help build a sustainable company culture.
Founded on a core-values-blueprint, culture is envisioned by leadership and cultivated by employees. HR is the collaborator and coach in empowering employees to build strong organizational identities revolving around this blueprint. HR upholds the cultural pillars by distilling the culture for its people and, in turn, translating employee feedback into sustainable and inviting workplaces.
Learn more from Jay and her fellow Forbes Human Resources Council members on how HR impacts company culture, and why the department's role was significant.
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