Selling someone their dream job is not hard to do if you know what they really want & it’s a great feeling when you find the perfect role for them. Finding the perfect company culture to complement that is a lot harder. This is something you can’t control or influence & even if the role is perfect for your candidate, the company might not be.
A company culture is just as (if not more) important than the job itself, so why do so many businesses not realise they have a toxic environment? Here are some signs to look out for.
Most leaders have a hard time frankly acknowledging problems with their company cultures. It is hard for them to look in the mirror and see how they personally have contributed to the toxic culture in their workplace. Fear is the topic we desperately need to talk about at work, but seldom do.