“Culture fit.” It’s a trendy new term with which most individuals may not be familiar unless they’re in the business of hiring for their own or someone else’s company. Many head-hunters, HR specialists, and others responsible for putting the right people in place say that it’s a key trait to identify when recruiting and/or looking to fill a particular position.
So much can transpire in the first days of a new job. It can be a scary time for new hires, and how management handles these trepidations can make all the difference in regards to whether the new employee is successful and whether he or she chooses to stay with the company.
Most companies work extra hard to put good leaders in place, not only at the very top of the company but also in all the departments, divisions, and other segments where strong leadership is essential to company growth.