Five signs a workplace could be toxic and how to turn it around

‘Strong culture has to be a joint effort’

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Wellbeing expert Richard Holmes explores the ingredients that create an unproductive workplace

Culture is about far more than just making somewhere a nice place to work. It helps deliver your organisation's strategy by rallying employees behind a common purpose and way of working. The cost of not prioritising culture is higher than most businesses realise. Whilst a positive culture can be a real accelerator to organisational success, a toxic culture can have a catastrophic impact on your bottom line. Employees quitting their jobs due to poor company culture is costing the UK economy £23.6 billion per year[1]. And it's not just those that decide to leave who create additional costs...

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