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Nap rooms, cafeterias, gym memberships and even laundry services are all perks that various companies offer to employees. Some offices, like HubSpot, even allow employees to bring their canine friends into the office too.  But perks alone don’t create a company culture.

According to The Balance, “Employees tend to enjoy work when their needs and values are consistent with those in the workplace. Company culture is important to employees, because workers are more likely to enjoy their time in the workplace when they fit in with the culture.”

Company values, morals, habits, location, employees, service offerings and perks combined make up a company's culture or, as I like to refer to it, the company DNA. Take a look at the DNA of WSOL in the infographic below.

What makes your company a great place to work? We'd love to hear about it below!


About the Author

Sarah Corley
Sarah Corley
Sarah works as a marketing specialist at WSOL where she helps clients put their best digital foot forward online. She has been the driving force in defining company culture at WSOL. As a co-leader of the Chicago HubSpot User Group, Sarah is dedicated to creating a community where developers, marketers and sales teams make the web a better place. She worked for Nestle Toll House on their campaign, Bake Some Good, as a national brand ambassador and even baked her way to set a Guinness World Record. She has Bachelor of Science degrees in graphic design, journalism and public relations.
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