Recruiting firms and HR recruiters agreed that they prefer hiring a candidate who possesses right attitude and good work ethic rather than a glowing CV. No doubt, knowledge of the job is important but it can be learned while working especially at junior level. But to find someone who fits perfectly according to the work culture of an organization is very difficult. Culture fit is very important for the hiring process.

Organizations are investing a huge amount of money in HR recruitment tools like Humantelligence which helps them in assessing the candidate’s behavior, skills, and ethics. Once they get an idea about the candidates, it becomes easy for them to analyze their skills and offer jobs based on them.

The article will explain what is the importance of culture fit for an organization. Here are some of the benefits below:

Better Performance: The happiest and productive team achieve the best result. The reason is very simple, they enjoy working together by cooperating each other to complete the job in right manner. A good culture fit helps employees to perform their best which ultimately boosts company’s profit.

Greater job satisfaction: Organization’s work culture is a glue that holds employees together. Alignment with organization culture helps new employees to achieve professional as well as personal goals leading to better job satisfaction.

High employee retention: Companies with great culture fit leads to more productive and happy staff who stays with the organization for long-time. Employees who mesh well with the company’s culture fit, they are less likely to leave the organization.

Stronger strategic alignment: Successful organizations align work culture with strategies together with a common purpose. The alignment totally depends on how well the individual is fit to the rest of the organization. It also depends on how well they work together to achieve this common goal.

Cultural fit is very hard to assess. It totally depends on the individual’s compatibility with the company’s values and the way it functions and operates. Share your thoughts in the comment box.

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