“At first thought, it might seem we like we need to reimagine every aspect of our workplaces as we plan and prepare to phase back into business as the pandemic restrictions are loosened. But really, though there will be many physical and procedural changes, your core values and company culture should remain the same, guiding your decisions and perhaps leading to exciting new paradigms.”
In her column in the Rochester Business Journal, Lauren discusses best practices for maintaining a strong company culture. Her main points? Stick to the truth, normalize emotions in the workplace, lead with empathy, evolve your benefits and care for all your communities.
Read more here. We ask you this: how is your company maintaining its culture “on the other side?”