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Beyond Compensation and Benefits: Why Company Culture Is Key
January 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFREE
One of the most interesting outcomes of the past two years is the renewed focus on company culture and the prioritization of work-life balance above compensation and benefits. A Glassdoor survey found that 77% of respondents consider a company’s culture before applying for a job there, and 58% said company culture is more important than salary as it relates to job satisfaction. And that was before the pandemic. In 2021, Glassdoor found that toxic work culture was one of the biggest factors in people quitting. Culture is the character and personality of your organization. It is what makes your business unique and is the sum of its values, traditions, beliefs, interactions, behaviors, and attitudes. With company culture being key to attracting and retaining top talent, savvy business leaders should take the necessary steps by creating, boosting, or transforming their culture for continued success. Learn how three Flathead businesses are meaningfully creating their company culture.
Dorinda Gray is the Vice President & County Manager for Insured Titles in Flathead County. She joined Insured Titles in 2012 as Business Development Officer. She has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Montana State University Billings. Dorinda has experience in mastermind trainings, as well as developing and leading teams in a variety of settings from retail to professional offices.
Dorothy Meyer is the Workforce Development Recruiter for Nomad Global Communications Solutions. Her main role is to build relationships within the company and throughout the community. Dorothy has worked in marketing, and economic and community development in the Flathead. Prior to her return to the Flathead, her efforts were spent in the tourism industry, managing historic hotels, and coordinating events. Dorothy proudly serves the Flathead communities on various boards and committees.
Jenna Marshall is the Talent Acquisition Specialist for Immanuel Lutheran Communities. Jenna joined the Immanuel Lutheran Team in January 2022 after working in an Assisted Living Community in Houston, Texas. She started her career in Senior Living three years ago while earning her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Texas State University and master’s degree in Family and Human Development at Arizona State University. She is a part of the Human Recourses team, and her primary responsibilities of the Employee Life Cycle include recruiting, onboarding, and retention in all departments.
For more information call Job Service Kalispell: (406) 758-6200