07 Jul How to Hire Culturally Without Missing Out on Technical Ability
Businesses of all shapes and sizes are dependent on their workforce. Simply put, the stronger your team, the brighter your future will be.
A culture within a business can be hard to put your finger on, but when someone doesn’t match up, you can certainly tell that it’s missing. Culture embodies everything from the way people get on, to the core values that your business was founded on.
If the personality and culture of a new employee matches the rest of the business, then it is more likely that they will perform better, experience a greater feeling of job satisfaction and may be more likely to stay with the same company for longer. People who are actively looking for roles are starting to prioritise culture as highly as other factors such as salary and benefits.
Will Craig, Managing Director at Digital Impact, says that the importance of culture in the modern workplace should not be underestimated: