When it comes to work culture, there is a lot of uncertainty over the subject. While the significance of building organizational identity was underestimated for a long time, it is an intangible aspect that can instantly influence the tangible outcomes of companies.
Fortunately, lately, human resource consultants, talent leaders, and talent managers have come to embrace and recognize the value of work culture in any company, especially how it affects employee behavior and creates high productivity.
After an extended period, the members of an organization, even if they have unique behavior profiles, adopt similar attitudes and behaviors. All of this transpires due to a powerful work culture.
According to a study by the School of Economic Science of Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP), training is not the only factor that affects employee performance. It is also shaped by the type of work culture in the company. A spokesperson from the research project explained that it was clear that organizational culture has an impact on teamwork and employee motivation. Eventually, it makes them want to continue working in a company or hand in their resignation.
In simpler words, when an individual works in a certain environment where they are incentivized and recognized to create positive results, it encourages them to put in their best effort. On the other hand, a weak work culture means that an employee feels dissatisfied and feels that their best efforts will not elicit a response from their managers.