Our Culture Audit© evaluates your organisation’s culture. It focusses on the HR and leadership practices that create the environment that attracts and retains talent and that is essential for businesses to remain competitive.
From a manager’s perspective, a Great Workplace™ is one where managers:
- Achieve Organisational Objectives
- With employees who give their Personal Best
- Work together as a Team / Family in an Environment of Trust
There are nine ways or practice areas in which leaders and managers create an environment of trust.
Great Workplaces™ achieve their organisational goals by Inspiring, Speaking and Listening. They encourage their employees to give their personal best by Thanking, Developing and Caring. And they work together as a team/family by Hiring, Celebrating and Sharing.
The Great Place to Work® Culture Audit© is split up into two parts and serves to summarise HR measures that promote an employee-orientated workplace culture.
The first part of the Culture Audit© gathers demographic information about staff as well as general information about the company, such as salaries for the largest staff groups and the number of hours spent on training.
In the second part of the Culture Audit©, open questions are asked about the relevant aspects of HR work essential for a successful workplace culture. This part is integral to the evaluation of employer attractiveness. The company is given the chance to present internal measures in more detail. These questions relate to 9 dimensions of successful HR management that are based on the Great Place to Work® model and that are central to the evaluation. The evaluation also focuses on the way that a company integrates these dimensions into their HR policy and encourages a great workplace culture.