Cultivating a corporate culture

Being in business today is probably more difficult than at any previous time in our history The base of the pyramid in your company profile is your work force Once you have won a bid and signed a contract, you must perform Small and mid-sized companies generally reflect the personalities of their owners Properly vetting a new employee is not always easy to do

Corporate culture (noun): 1) A company’s values and customs: the values, customs, and traditions of a particular company, usually a large corporation; 2) Atmosphere in large companies: the professional atmosphere that prevails in large corporations generally, reflected in people's dress, conduct and ways of communicating.

While the definition seems to pertain to a large company, that does not have to be the case. You can establish a corporate culture in a tw

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