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A Company's Culture is One of its Greatest Assets.

Does your company have employees who gossip, excessively socialize, or call in sick during critical business times when they are not actually sick?  It is important to not only train the workforce on legal compliance but also regarding a company's expectations regarding its culture.  Many employees are not comfortable taking these types of issues to HR.  If companies want to recruit and retain the best talent, they have to establish a culture in which they want to work.  They can best do this through implementing policies that delineate their expectations, training managers regarding setting the example, and then holding managers and employees accountable.  

“Approximately 66 percent of American employees report that they have worked in a toxic workplace. And more than 25 percent report that they have worked in more than one toxic workplace.” -Peter Economy


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