A company’s culture plays a key role in creating a happy workforce. Given this reason, it becomes important to understand a company’s culture during your hiring process.
There are some common traits that are indicative of a fun-loving company, a knowledge of which can help you choose the right company and build your dream career:
A fun-loving company leads by example. It has a strong leadership that believes in its fun culture and its power to create a happy and confident workforce. Senior leadership in a fun-loving company is not afraid to take timely, responsible decisions, no matter how difficult they are.
The leadership of such companies is clear about the right direction the business needs to take to achieve its vision. The leaders are keen on developing a workforce that is caring, committed, responsible, accountable, and adheres to highest standards of quality.
A FUN-LOVING ATMOSPHERE
Employees do not remain glued to their desks to show their professional commitment. They are not overly-stressed or harassed by an unreasonable and under-qualified boss. Employees are not burned-out nor do they show signs of unhappiness, fear or intimidation. Such companies make every work day a celebration and share good times together.
At Sennex, for example, we recently celebrated Halloween night. Our team was at its creative best, coming up with interesting Halloween themes, for the party. It was also a great opportunity for employees from different teams to get to know each other in a fun way.
PROMOTES TEAM CULTURE
A fun-loving company while giving its employees the freedom to be their individual selves, encourages them to be team players too. Such companies invest time and effort in organizing regular team-building activities that develop excellent team rapport.
Team members get to know each other through fun and engaging activities. They develop trust, which is crucial to building a great team.
Team building Event in Seoul
Sennex organized a team-building event in Seoul recently. It saw huge participation from an enthusiastic workforce. Teams had a great time exploring places and participating in fun team-building activities. The event was a huge success with teams sharing good food, jokes, laughter and lots of wefie-taking.
Prioritize working for a company with a positive work culture in your career requirements. The heights of career and organizational success that you can mutually experience is limitless.