Company Culture

    • 3 Ways Boomerangs Are Super Valuable in Your Work Culture

      Boomerangs – former employees who return to your company as employees, partners, and advocates – are an important engine for a positive work culture that delivers a positive bottom-line. In fact, Boomerangs will become more important to business in the future, as Millennials and GenZers continue re-shape what a career trajectory looks like in today’s world.

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    • Street Culture: A Changing Culture of Inclusion and Conversation at Dispatch

      It’s been nearly two years since we first spoke with software platform development company Dispatch about its culture, and the company now says it is using a secret weapon to iron out a few wrinkles in its operation. His name is Corey. “Let’s talk more about Corey,” says James Zar, Dispatch co-founder and current chief of strategy.

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  • Street Culture: Cuebiq’s Aggressive Growth Bolstered by Candid Culture

    … that is experiencing a lot of change, is really important,” he says. “The employees don’t have to second guess what is happening; it creates an environment where people feel they are part of the company.” In the last year, only one employee chose to leave the company, Tomarchio says, which speaks to how this type of candid openness and respect-building culture can…

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  • Street Culture: Tech Startups Amping Up Opportunities for Women

    … Leadership is often a driver of company culture, even though some startup company CEOs and managers say that culture is driven by the employees. Every company is different, and in this industry the quality of communications helps welcome and nurture people. For many companies, transparent sharing and openness at all levels is inviting a new…

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  • Street Culture: Puts Company Culture of Trust and Respect First

    … knows that this type of trust and respect for fellow employees is part of what generates an energetic, productive, successful company culture. At a previous job, she witnessed the deterioration of one company’s culture due to a change in leadership. “It took the wind out of our sails,” she says. “We went from having so much fun, the Friday afternoon…

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  • 3 Ways Every Employee Can Work to Improve Corporate Culture

    … It’s a fact of life: Staying happy and engaged at work over the long haul can be a big challenge. While a large part of your job satisfaction depends on the people and environment, you can do some things to improve your own outlook and strengthen your workplace culture. If your company has communicated its core values to everyone…

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  • Street Culture: inMarket Retains a ‘Startup Mentality’ as It Scales Up

    … tests.” inMarket does measure the company’s culture, holding frequent feedback sessions with employees about what it needs to improve. Heinzinger has been with inMarket since the beginning, helping the company launch in 2010. Since then, its growth has accelerated and inMarket now employs about 60 people, a 100% increase over this time last year…

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  • Street Culture: Year-Old JumpCrew Builds for Scale, Eschews ‘Startup Culture’

    … David Pachter put years of consideration into the creation of Nashville-based JumpCrew, a social marketing and sales company for local businesses. Pachter is JumpCrew’s executive chairman of the board, co-founder, and leading investor in the most recent funding round. He says that as companies grow, especially at a fast pace, culture…

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  • How to Weave Grit into Your Company’s Culture

    …, employees aren’t encouraged to innovate. Their attitudes may be positive, but they don’t help the company grow. This style nurtures nice people who can’t make hard decisions — those who quit when things get tough. 3. Authoritarian: Unsupportive and Demanding Authoritarian leaders land on the “strict” end of the spectrum. They have very high…

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  • Street Culture: At Ibotta Good Ideas ‘Come From Anywhere’

    … Four office locations in five years — either something went wrong four times, or something is going very right. Ibotta, the fast-growing mobile shopping app, moved again this year when the company outgrew its third location faster than anyone had expected. Alison Meadows, vice president of human relations, told Street Fight that Ibotta is fast…

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  • Street Culture: How Placeable Employees Own the Company’s Culture

    … having the policy though — it needs to be more than words printed in a company handbook. “There’s a difference between selling culture and living it,” he says. “I think we genuinely live it. When a candidate comes to an interview, you’re going to meet five people. You’re here to interview us. You’re making the choice too. When people go through the interview process and they’re done, they’ve experienced the culture. They can feel it.” April Nowicki is a contributor at Street Fight. …

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  • Contently Named One of the 50 Best Places to Work in Media By Ad Age

    … Sometimes, Mondays suck. Okay, maybe a lot of times. Saying goodbye to the weekend is never easy, but there is a solution: making the workplace a better place. That means building a culture where people enjoy each other’s company, are fulfilled by their responsibilities, and have access to the resources they need to succeed. Of course…

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  • Acceleration Partners Named 2017 Best Place to Work by Ad Age

    … and reinforces the investments we make in cultivating a work culture that our team members are proud to be a part of and that our clients are proud to work with. In addition to our remote work culture, compelling core values, competitive compensation and open PTO, our company attracts team players who are intellectually curious, resilient, innovative…

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  • Street Culture: Threads Touts Holistic Understanding of Employees to Grow Culture

    … Sean Abbas, co-founder and president of culture-measuring software company Threads, has two main points to make about about company culture: The first is that the standard metric for measuring employee performance — where everything is rated with a number and then they’re all averaged together — is inherently flawed. The second…

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