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Employees Don’t Respond to Perks, They Respond to Culture


Enable Group | Nov 15, 2018

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Employees that forego pay do so because they align with key values and opportunities that are woven into a company’s culture. These values cannot be doled out like bonus bucks. Organizational cultures built around values that matter to employees are more successful at fostering employee engagement than those focused on the employment transactions, such as traditional perks, pay, and incentives.–they-respond-to-culture&

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