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With employee loyalty, engagement is often perceived to be a key differentiator. But as this study indicates, culture must be given more priority among HR and operations teams because it can have far more pernicious consequences and impacts on employee satisfaction, workplace relationships and loyalty.


Learn how you can build more lasting and loyal relationships with your employees by leveraging key findings and trends, such as:

  • Culture eats engagement for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 74% of those surveyed said culture is important to them. Plus, 58% said they would take a job with a competing company if the new company had a better culture.

  • To build a strong culture, emphasize respect, fairness, trust and integrity over transactional engagement. When we asked respondents to specify the most important attribute of a strong culture, the following ranked highest – respect and fairness (39%), trust and integrity (23%) and teamwork (9%).