“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Peter Drucker
Drucker is credited with saying it best. Any business leader you respect or emulate has found their own way to say it. Studies upon studies have proven it: Culture is the ultimate driver of business performance. It’s what attracts employees, it inspires and engages them, and gets them to stay with your company longer. Put your employees first , take care of your people, and they will take care of your customers and your business performance. It’s like “motherhood and apple pie” in the world of work. Why then has it been so hard to tie HR and people programs to business results?
The latest #hrwins report set out to find answers to this question and more. Based on survey work with both employers in the middle market and consumers/employees, coupled with dozens of employer interviews, we set out to understand the tie between culture and business performance.
In this report you’ll learn:
- What employees rate as the leading drivers of their feeling of engagement.
- What employers feel are the HR and people programs delivering the best ROI.
- How employee engagement fits in the new world of work.
- What role core HR technology plays in building culture and aligning with business performance.
- How three companies are leveraging HR technology to bolster their strong cultures and performance.
- and more….
I’m excited about this report and it’s findings. I’m also excited about engaging with you, the HR practitioners and experts in the field around the topics in the report. Please keep an eye here on the #hrwins for more perspective on what we found in this research. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions, or to share your feedback in the comments, or by contacting me here.
This report was sponsored by Namely, an innovative payroll, benefits, and talent management provider that focuses on the middle market. The independent research and data is owned by LAROCQUE, LLC and #HRWINS.