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Workplace Health

Organizational Culture

Workplace organizational culture is defined as the attitudes, values, and beliefs that shape the workplace environment. It is influenced by factors that affect the interaction between people, their work and the organization and may include:

  • Communication
  • Social support
  • Beliefs, values and norms
  • Management practices
  • Worker attitudes and perceptions
  • How work is organized
  • Job satisfaction
  • Job control and decision making
  • Leadership style
  • Work-life balance
  • Benefits plans/programs

The culture or “unwritten rules” can impact employee morale, productivity and health. It plays a key role in predicting workplace satisfaction and stress levels.

Workplace Organizational Culture Worksheet


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