Every organization promotes the importance of cultural fit when recruiting and training new employees. It’s not really a point you have to argue or justify nowadays. But, if you’d like a data point, Liz Pellet from Johns Hopkins University conducted research that found 95% of candidates prioritized culture over compensation. Culture is a critical component of workplace effectiveness. Unfortunately, organizations often fall short in their attempts to help people fit in as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
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