Company culture can have a huge impact on the happiness and productivity of employees within an organization. But even though this part of a company is so important, many businesses don’t give it enough attention. When this happens, the culture of your company can quickly turn into something that no one intended and no one wants or enjoys.

Luckily, there are things you can do to get your company culture back on track. To show you how this can be done, here are three ways you can improve your company culture.

Know Your Company’s Values and Follow Them

Every company starts out with good intentions as far as their values go. However, it’s not uncommon for these values to sometimes fall by the wayside as daily operations take over. But sadly, this can have a negative effect on company culture.

To combat this, Rebecka Green, a contributor to Business News Daily, shares that managers and other higher-up employees need to have a very firm grasp on what the values of the company are and then be sure that they adhere to those values consistently. By showing how important these values are from the top down, you’ll be better able to get these values to permeate throughout your entire company culture.

Give The People What They Want

Another problem you might be having with your company culture is ground-level employees who don’t feel like they’re really an integral part of your organization. When this happens, it’s easy for negativity to take over your entire workforce.

One way to address this, according to Julie Veloz, a contributor to, is to talk to your employees about what they actually want and how they would like to see certain changes to company culture. Once you get their feedback, you should then do everything in your power to implement their suggestions into the functions of your business in order to improve company culture as well as morale.

Guard Against Burnout

Part of having a positive and solid company culture comes from having employees who love their jobs and the work they’re doing. But if your staff is consistently getting burned out at work, there won’t be much positivity taking place in these areas.

Because of this, Dan Scalo, a contributor to, recommends that you as a management staff be very mindful of burnout being experienced by your staff. If and when you notice signs of burnout taking place, try to be more flexible with things like time off or working hours and locations in order to help your staff have the support they want and need.

If your company culture isn’t where you want it to be, consider using the tips mentioned above to help you improve in this area.

By Eddy

Eddy is the editorial columnist in Business Fundas, and oversees partner relationships. He posts articles of partners on various topics related to strategy, marketing, supply chain, technology management, social media, e-business, finance, economics and operations management. The articles posted are copyrighted under a Creative Commons unported license 4.0. To contact him, please direct your emails to

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