WSJ: How to determine if a new job is a culture fit

A recent column in The Wall Street Journal offers advice for executives seeking new roles this year.

Experts advised taking a good look at organizational culture to determine if there's a fit before joining the team. WSJ offered executives a few tips on what to look for when evaluating culture:

  • Try to discern unspoken norms by looking at how leaders treat those around them, particularly if there appear to be different rules for different roles.
  • Ask recruiters about reasons for turnover at the organization.
  • Attend a company meeting if possible.
  • Ask rank-and-file employees for their opinion of the company.

Read the full article here.

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