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Must Have Attributes For a Great Place to Work

Snehashish Bhattacharjee, Founder & CEO, Denave
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Snehashish Bhattacharjee, Founder & CEO, Denave
Headquartered in Noida, Denave, founded in 1999, is a global sales enablement entity providing gamut of service offerings and creating sales leaders of tomorrow by adopting the solution-conscious approach to deliver sales' best practices by leveraging people, processes, technology and innovation to drive revenue.

Do you look forward to your day at office? Are you happy with the work ecosystem? Do you see yourself going to the same place and working with the same people for the next couple of years (or months)? Do you have a work life balance? Do you feel the opportunities provided by the organization have helped you evolve professionally? Do you feel a sense of pride in being associated with your company? These are few questions that the workforce seeks answers to. It is needless to say that if you have an affirmative for all the questions here, you are in a great place.

There is no fixed formula for making a company a great place to work. Considering organizations are made of people; individual values, culture, attributes come into play and they are far too subjective to be put into a process driven mechanism. However, as far as there is a defined organizational culture that everyone understands and abides by, the journey is more directional. A work climate prolonged for a long period of time becomes the culture of an organization. Whether it is good or bad is solely determined by the individuals who form that organization. It is like a diet with or without essential nutrients which can render you healthy or undernourished.

So what is culture? It is a combination of beliefs, thought processes, attitudes, ideologies and principles of the organization and people which deliver the appropriate ways to think and act. A healthy workplace is built through relationships and experiences of an employee and not a checklist of programs and perks. These experiences are driven through company values and beliefs and eventually add up to the happiness quotient of the employee. A happy employee after all is a productive employee.Here are some basic ingredients that have the ability and power to convert any organization into a preferred place to work.

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