6 Straightforward Ways to Improve Your Company Culture

Company culture is, in short, “how the sausage gets made.” It’s the attitudes, relationship dynamics, and overall mindset of people within a company.

Company culture also really matters. A survey of almost 2,000 North American CEOs and CFOs (and interviews with 16 people in these positions) conducted by Columbia Business School and Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business showed that:

  • 92% of company officers said a better corporate culture would increase the company’s value.
  • Over half of the surveyed executives thought corporate culture impacts profitability, growth rates, and employee productivity and creativity.

And culture might matter more than ever now. Websites like Glassdoor make it easier for employees to voice their concerns and candidates to peek inside a workplace’s true nature.

In your recruitment and hiring practices, you’ll need a good (and honest) answer to questions about your company culture. The following tips will can lead to you proudly bragging about your organization’s awesome, supportive environment. Read more

How to Hire Quality Employees Quickly: 7 Tips for Success

The recruit-to-hire process can be lengthy, and sometimes that’s for the best. After all, you’d ideally like to bring on the candidate most fitting to the position.

However, sometimes you need to scale faster. That means speeding up the process and bringing employees on faster than the average hiring timeline (23.8 days in the U.S., according to Glassdoor).

If you’re wondering how to hire employees quickly (without sacrificing quality), here are some tips. Read more

How Can Employers Address the Nursing Shortage Post-COVID?

As people live longer and require more healthcare services in old age, the demand for nurses is rising. And even before COVID-19, we faced a rising nursing shortage due to other factors, such as high turnover, too-few nursing educators, and a lack of family care benefits. Now that more nurses are leaving the profession due to burnout and stress, we need some kind of intervention.

Employers need solutions to the nursing shortage. But, as with many things in life, quick fixes are not enough, and the solution is more complicated.

Let’s explore some realistic nursing shortage solutions to help organizations fight the shortage and its inevitable impact on healthcare professionals, patients, and the entire profession. Read more