Cracking corporate culture

A cultural audit can provide answers – but be sure to act on them
By Michael Bach
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 05/02/2016

When employers ask for a cultural audit, it’s usually due to disruptive workplace issues that have been making employees tune out and turn off. 

A cultural audit is for organizations to examine a negative dynamic that has been identified to be affecting people. Bullying, aggression and other anti-social behaviours are among the issues that damage a workplace and cause employees to withdraw or even leave.

When to do a cultural audit