Companies need to differentiate themselves in a new way rather than clinging to the older ways of hiring. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employees and employers alike may have thought they understood company culture, and likely did until recently. Coming to work, knowing company values, interacting with others are all no brainers when it comes to the driving forces that make up company culture. Buy a seismic shift is occurring on two fronts. One, various generations are working together in multiple industries and two; the pandemic has changed attitudes about where work can occur and how that may or may not affect culture.

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