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Organizational Culture Organizational culture is the personality of an organization. Pay and benefits are affected based on the organizations concept of what a particular company believes good pay and benefits are. According to “Organizational Culture: Corporate culture in organizations” (2007), organizational culture is defined by all of the life experiences, strengths, weaknesses, education, upbringing, and so forth of the employees. It is believed that a person’s culture is the outward demonstration of the values that exist in him or hers workplace. Furthermore, any person can easily notice what type of organization a particular person works for, just by observing how satisfied a person looks with his or her job. Employee satisfaction is one of the most important things that an organization must provide in order to maintain outstanding work production. There are several ways for organizations to maintain employee satisfaction. Providing excellent pay and benefits is the best way for an organization to satisfy its employees. Organizational
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2010 for the course BUSINESS 551 taught by Professor Charnell during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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