According to Deloitte, 86% of executives believe culture is important, and 50% of companies are attempting to change their culture in response to shifting talent markets and increased competition.1
As the world of work rapidly evolves, power is shifting from employer to employee. Employees push organizations to be better every day; they demand that employers create an environment they want to work in. Employees look for great culture to improve life at work and away from work.
The 2016 edition of Ceridian's Pulse of Talent study uncovers why culture should be top of mind for executives and exposes cultural elements organizations should focus on:
Results revealed how culture enhances work life experience. When a company’s culture is aligned with its values, it attracts those who feel comfortable in that culture. This helps companies to motivate people and achieve a higher level of employee engagement and therefore performance.
Download the 2016 Pulse of Talent white paper to discover where to focus your efforts to engage talent, drive success and spur employees to perform at their best.