Is your workplace a good cultural fit for you?

This is part of a series looking at microskills – changes that employees can make to help improve their health and life at work and at home, and employers can make to improve the workplace. The Globe and Mail and Morneau Shepell have created the Employee Recommended Workplace Award to honour companies that put the health and well-being of their employees first. Register your company now atwww.employeerecommended.com.

Do you question whether you’re a good cultural fit in your current role?

Culture fit influences the degree of comfort and motivation you have for coming to work each day.

Culture is shaped by the people in an organization, and is defined by how the average employee and manager think and behave. Employees who perceive their beliefs and behaviours are aligned with their employer’s values and their organization’s culture often demonstrate greater job satisfaction and productivity.

This microskill gives you a plan to follow if you question whether you’re a good cultural fit with your organization.

Cultural fit GPS

If you start to question whether you’re a good cultural fit with your employer to the point where it’s stressful and affecting your ability to focus at work, one option is to turn on your cultural fit GPS:

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