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One of the most common factors in a person’s success in a new job is the effectiveness of the onboarding process. Intentionally, employee integration is a tool that allows you to quickly hire a new recruit and help them find their place in the culture of an organization. A fact that companies like software developer …

Issue perceived as related to good governance Company culture is increasingly on the agenda of businesses around the world – and is increasingly a key part of doing business. This conclusion in a report by accounting firm Grant Thornton, whose survey of 2,500 companies in 36 economies, revealed a growing awareness of corporate culture and …

MENLO PARK, Calif., August 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Beyond managing their company’s finance function, many CFOs also feel responsible for a less tangible aspect of the company: its corporate culture. In a Robert Half Management Resources survey, 51% of CFOs said they play at least some role in shaping company culture. Leaders said they took …

The results are based on research of more than 2,500 business leaders around the world The subjectsCorporate culture STR team Last updated Aug 14, 2017 12:13 IST Fifty percent of companies globally have culture as a standing item on their board agenda, while 71 percent have internal controls that address employee culture and behavior, reveals …

As Google redoubles its efforts to change its corporate culture following an internal employee memo criticizing the company’s diversity efforts, employees could scramble to keep up with a work environment that might not no longer suit them. Google fired the employee, software engineer James Damore, claiming the note violated the company’s code of conduct. The …

A global survey of 2,500 companies in 36 economies found that 71% of boards of global companies establish internal controls that address employee culture and behavior. The Grant Thornton report reveals that half of global companies now have culture as a permanent item on their agenda. The survey also showed that 78% of UK companies …

NEW DELHI: Corporate culture is gaining importance, with 80% of Indian companies saying it is a key item on their boardroom agenda and that they have place internal controls in this regard, according to a survey. According to a Grant Thornton global survey of 2,500 companies in 36 economies, 85% (71% globally) of boards in …