A Thriving Hive: Benefits of Great Company Culture

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From the queen bee to the worker bees, great company culture is felt throughout all the corners of your hive. The responsibility of cultivating culture falls on everyone’s shoulders, and everybody feels its positive effects and can benefit from a healthy workplace.

CEOs and Presidents

From lower internal costs to better word-of-mouth promotional buzz, leaders who foster a good company culture reap the rewards.

  • Lower Turnover: It costs 21% of the employee’s annual pay to replace a salaried employee. [1]
  • Better Reputation: Just over 60% of consumers prefer companies that reflect their values. [2]

Team Leaders

Team leaders, such as managers and directors, enjoy better employee productivity and fewer days off taken by team members.

  • More Engagement: Highly engaged teams are 21% more profitable. [3]
  • Improved Health: Happy employees take 66% less sick time. [4]


A great company culture encourages a work/life balance that decreases burnout and inspires a sense of pride and passion in employees.

  • Work/Life Balance: Up to $190 billion a year is spent in the U.S. on healthcare costs associated with work burnout. [5]
  • A Sense of Pride: Only 13% of the U.S. workforce is passionate about their jobs.

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  1. americanprogress.org
  2. businesswire.com
  3. gallup.com
  4. forbes.com
  5. hbr.org
  6. deloitte.com