Companies sink or swim based on their leaders, and good leadership in a company can be felt throughout the entire organisation. With the cost of losing an employee often being in excess of the annual salary of that worker, losing employees is a cost that organisations can scarcely afford. In contrast to this, the result of a good corporate culture is high morale, employee retention and long-term, sustainable success. So why do so many managers get culture wrong?
Today we launch a new white paper called ‘All Present – But Correct?’. In this paper Jessica Andrews looks at two contrasting workplace cultures: presenteeism and results-orientated working, and considers how to cultivate a culture which benefits employees and the bottom line simultaneously.
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