Culture

Workplace Culture: Over-rated or Worth the Investment?

October 25, 2016

Times have changed and so have work attitudes. A strong company culture with a fully-loaded benefits package and a sense of positivity in the workplace can give your company the competitive edge against your competition.

So, in order to keep a business booming, companies shouldn't skimp when investing in employee happiness. Offering employee perks, benefits and a comfortable working environment are helpful in nourishing company growth. Take a look at TheSquareFoot's infographic to learn more about how investing in workplace culture is worth the payoff. 

Is Workplace Culture Overrated?


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