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corporate culture :
A corporate culture is beliefs, values, ethics, procedures, and atmosphere of an organization. What this means is how the company works from the inside and the way the company does things on the outside. A corporate culture in the family business can be a great weapon for attracting customers and motivating employees while making them fully engaged in organizational success.
When we are creating an environment in our family business, in which people (our employees) are valued, developed and rewarded, organizations gain a significant competitive advantage and can begin to build a stronger, more loyal and more productive workers. Treating employees with respect and making them feel like a part of the business and part of the family, is a great way to create a corporate culture for the company.
A corporate culture is the family business’ workplace environment created from the interaction of the employees in the workplace. A corporate culture can be defined by all of the life experiences, strengths, weaknesses, education of the owner and the family. Usually the owner of a family business is trying to create organizational culture by his/her actions and leadership, and employees contribute to the organizational culture by their work.
A well-defined corporate culture in the family business is not only a way to help the business to lower turnover but also gives a better performance and supports family business’ brand identity. Some of the challenge might be to define what the culture is in the business and to understand how HR can play an active role in shaping and making it better for the good of the family business. I think every family business has their own unique culture and that is what makes them so special and gives them the advantages over the corporate competitors.
The culture of a family business is a kind of personality of the business; I think it consists both: mission and the values of the business.