An Action Plan to Improve Your Culture and Minimize Legal Risk
Laying the groundwork for a robust and magnetic culture takes time. It's not something that happens automatically, straight out of the gate. Instead, it is thoughtfully built upon the company's core principles, purpose, vision, and mission — piece by piece until it has been integrated into every aspect of operations and actions.
As your culture strengthens, you'll begin to see tangible benefits related to hiring, engagement, and retention. But a well-defined culture can also minimize your legal risk.
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