By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research, JLL
Culture is intangible, hard to measure actively, yet easy to sense when you walk into an office space. Workplaces are rarely neutral when it comes to communicating a buzz of engagement or a sluggish vibe of resignation. Company culture can significantly affect very real
Genuine expression of a strong and vibrant company culture can also serve to attract new talent. One workplace study indicates that the combination of organizational culture and workplace facilities outweighs salary and benefits as the influential factors in choosing an employer.
This observation is backed by another study (Fig 3) where 74 percent of candidates would consider a slightly lower paying job in a company