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See How These 2 HR Managers Built Solid Company Culture

Aug 11, 2015 9:00:00 AM

We asked two workplace wellness pros the following question: What are the most important elements that contribute to your company's culture? 

Check out what they had to say in the video below!

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Watch the Video Below to See How These HR Managers
Built Solid Company Culture




"Work is important, but it's not everything in life."

At Entrata (formerly Property Solutions), Brandon Fish has one main goal as VP of Human Resources: to build excellent company culture. 

They do this by dedicating time and resources to values, events, a programs that their employees find inspiring and fun. For Entrata, this means charitable and volunteer work in the community, as well as philanthropic sponsorships of causes important to their employees. 

Related: 6 Simple Keys to Create Killer Culture [video]


When values match, coming to work becomes time spent with friends

Chad Myler, Wellness Director at Usana, points out that building great culture starts with hiring the right people. When potential employees fit into the company's culture and values, it's much easier to move forward.

Candidates who are already passionate about the same kinds of goals and visions means less friction in trying to force a cultural fit. Because so many of Usana's employees already held the same values and drives, work doesn't feel like work.


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Erin Hall
Written by Erin Hall