It can be a daunting task to create a proper company culture for those just starting out in the game. Even the pros make some mistakes from time to time.
Your company has grown, and you are in charge of a workforce of hundreds. Well first of all -congrats to you and your company. It's not easy to have a profitable business that can hire so many people. And I bet finding the right people wasn't easy.
Now consider how you're going to keep those people within the company. Not taking the time on building company culture, all the work you've put in hiring the current employees, might be in vain.
Employee engagement is more than just a new, cool concept in Human Resources Management. People spend two-thirds of their daily life at work. So, their need for work satisfaction is nothing but legitimate.
S o it’s 2016, and one of your company's new years resolutions is to do more team building activities. Everyone gets to cut loose, have some fun outside the office and get to know each other a little bit better.
We live in a world where you can find the most arcane piece of information in a second with your smartphone: but many of the things that matter most to us, the people we spend the vast majority of our time working with, are essentially inaccessible and obscure.