The Challenge of Workplace Culture Change

The idea of changing workplace culture may sound simple to someone who’s never been faced with the task before. But as anyone with experience knows, it’s a massive challenge. You can’t trade in an existing culture like you would a used car.

Whether it’s widespread negativity, an overt disregard for company rules, or a lack of effort from employees, there are certain negative aspects of workplace culture that can destroy a business from the inside out. We can assess the problem, implement strategies that address the problem, and position your organization for recovery.

Strategies could include success profiles to make sure you are hiring the right people, onboarding processes to ensure your new hires get off to a great start and can contribute to business value quickly, employee development, performance management process that are effective and not just “an annual exercise”, appropriate rewards and recognition incentives, and succession planning to protect business continuity.

“Jeff is succinct, non-judgmental, and solution-oriented”

“Homestead Hospice has experienced rapid growth over the past 2 years, and to support this growing employee base we needed additional Human Resources support. Parsons and Associates came into Homestead and conducted a full evaluation of our management structure, employee documentation and existing department processes. With Jeff’s recommendations we expect to be able to continue our growth track and stay compliant in such a highly regulated industry.

Secondly, Jeff’s coaching and guidance to our management team regarding challenging employee performance issues has been invaluable. Not only have we improved our company documentation, but with Jeff’s guidance we are better equipped to proactively deal with future employee relations matters. Jeff is succinct, non-judgmental, and solution-oriented.

I’m pleased to endorse Parsons and Associates, and if you would like to further discuss our experience with Jeff Parsons please contact me at ….”

VP Business Development
Homestead Hospice, Atlanta, GA