Corporate culture matters to workers – but different groups value different things about daily life in the workplace, with preferences varying by age, gender, level of education, and even geography. Culture is a key recruiting tool, so hirers need to know that one size does not fit all; given that 46% of new hires leave within 18 months, the stakes for employers are high. "When people take jobs with new organizations, they frequently analyze responsibilities and compensation closely while relying on gut feel developed during the interview process to decide if they'll actually like working there," said Art Papas, CEO of Bullhorn, Inc., which conducted a survey on cultural preferences. Nearly 5,000 professionals took part in the research. To access the survey, click here.
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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