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Attracting the most desirable employees is about more than salary and benefits. In particular, younger workers have been known to choose their employers carefully, preferring companies with a strong culture instead of those that show red flags. So what is company culture anyway? Referring to a set of values and goals by which a business operates, company culture affects everything from your ability to recruit great employees to productivity, morale, and turnover. Keep reading for some of Accurate Personnel’s top tips on keeping employees satisfied by building a robust culture. 

1. Clarify Your Values

Pop quiz: can you accurately and efficiently state your company’s core values? If not, it might be time to rethink your company culture. Prospective employees want to know what’s important to your business, as well as what goals you will pursue in the years to come. Are you passionate about giving back? Devoted to helping the environment? Being clear about your culture can go a long way toward helping you attract new talent. 

2. Avoid Turnover Issues

How many workers have you lost to the competition in the last five years? If the number is high, your culture may be to blame. Make an effort to hold exit interviews with outgoing employees to find out their reasons for leaving. In some cases, you might be able to effect change to reduce conflict, boost morale, and make the office a better place to work. 

3. Guard Against Gossip

Few employees work best in an environment beset by gossip and stress. If workers are constantly talking behind others’ backs, it might be time to rethink your culture. Choose managers with care and take pains to ensure they listen to employees and address their concerns quickly. 

4. Allow for Debate

Of course, your company needs to have clear leaders. However, that doesn’t mean employees shouldn’t be allowed to share their views without fear of reprisal. The best company cultures are ones in which workers have a chance to speak up and share their feelings. The goal is to allow employees to contribute thoughts and ideas to feel invested in the business and its success.

Trust Accurate Personnel to Handle Your Hiring

Establishing a desirable company culture is only half the battle. You also have to find ways of attracting the best employees to your business. At Accurate Personnel, we specialize in finding the best workers for your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for full-time teammates or workers on an as-needed basis, count on us to be in your corner. Call today or contact our team online for details. 

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