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Organizational culture can be defined as the sum total of expectations, rituals and values that integrate employee relationships, behaviors and decisions. But what constitutes a real culture of care? For our purpose, a culture of care is defined as one where employees feel that they are truly cared for by their organization.
The creation and maintenance of a caring culture requires energy and financial resources. However, the return on investment is tremendous! Whether we’re talking employee engagement, physical, intellectual and emotional well-being, or team member productivity, cultures of care are very much worth the time and money.

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