We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Jobseekers want to work for a company with a great culture! Creating a positive corporate culture is top of mind for employers looking to recruit and retain talent, says global staffing firm Robert Half.
In fact, Robert Half conducted research that examines why workplace culture is increasingly under the microscope. The key findings have been highlighted in the infographic below.
“In today’s competitive hiring environment, employers risk missing out on strong candidates if they don’t promote what makes their organizational culture unique,” said Paul McDonald, senior executive director for Robert Half, in a press release announcing the report findings. “This research reinforces the notion that finding the right fit involves more than evaluating someone’s qualifications and experience. There has to be a focus on what motivates that individual and the type of work environment in which they will thrive.”
“But the conversation shouldn’t end with recruitment efforts,” McDonald added. “To keep top performers, employers need to pay close attention to their corporate culture and continue nurturing and promoting those aspects of it that make their company a great place to work.”