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  • 14 November,2018

Author: Jessica Littler

At Pavilion, we want to create an environment where everyone feels safe and happy. Today, we will discuss the importance of Company Culture and why its such a vital component for every organization.

Culture consist of values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviors that employees describe where they work, understand the business and see themselves as part of the organization. Culture is important because it drives decisions, actions and ultimately the overall performance of the organizations.

The workplace should be a place that people look forward to work. They should enjoy their jobs as they spend the majority of their time there. You want happy employees because happiness means more productivity. And when a business is more productive, that means it is working faster; and when it works faster, it can get a leg up on the competition. So it’s worth the investment for companies to build and nourish their culture.


The 4 Elements That Make Great Company Culture

  1. Hiring People Who Fit Your Culture

One bad hire can affect an entire department and possibly dozens of customers. It can happen quickly, acting like a virus that spreads and if action isn’t taken, it can get much worse. Therefore, choosing the right people is very important step.

  1. Having Employees Know the Values and the Mission of the Company

When employees are passionate about the values and mission they are dedicated to accomplishing the goal.  When the employee is on board with the mission, they’re engaged in the job and want to help the mission succeed, thus helping the company succeed.

  1. Knowing That Good Decisions Can Come from Anywhere

Companies have greater success when employees are given this type of freedom that isn’t ruled by a hierarchy, assuming they’re talented employees who fit the culture. Knowing that good decisions can come from anywhere and expanding employee freedom are cornerstones of attracting talented individuals who will fit into the culture if you let them.

  1. Realizing You’re a Team and Not a Bunch of Individuals

Teams work best when everyone is on board, feeding off each other, and playing together. It’s important to encourage each other and communicate regularly. Teams are the best and most efficient way to get things done.


Thank you for reading!

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