What Is Workplace Culture?
Workplace Culture is the personality of the Company
Workplace culture is a common set of views, values, attitudes, norms, goals, and actions in the workplace. It represents both the written and unwritten standards that employees observe in a company. The culture of your organization is the total of all you and your co-workers think, say, and do when working together.
People who work for a positive Workplace Culture are happier, more engaged, more loyal, and healthier. UK businesses lose £21.2 billion each year because of employees who aren't engaged, stressed, distracted, or unhappy at work. Research shows that happier employees work 12 percent harder. There is a strong case for investing in a positive work environment.
Company culture is the sum of how individuals in a company interact and collaborate; with each other and the organization.
Culture, in a societal sense, is a group's cumulative knowledge and achievements displayed via behavior, art, music, food, religion, and language. Company culture is comparable in that it establishes the framework for a society's values and ideas.
An organization's culture is like a collection of miniature societies within a larger civilization, and its cultures are expressions of the job they do, the values they hold, and the collective behaviors of its employees.
It’s how you identify with the organization: "What does working here say about me?"