Corporate culture is one of those terms that seems like it belongs in
a psychology handbook. It’s something that we may not always be aware
of, but it really defines our entire work experience.
Similar to investing in a quality mattress because, as they say, “You
spend half of your life on it,” the prudent businesswoman occasionally
examines their corporate culture because they spend the majority of her
waking hours at the office.
Of course, part of the corporate culture involves legal preparations:
making sure that the business has the appropriate policies in place.
These take the form of employee handbooks, antidiscrimination policies,
sexual harassment policies and the like. Generally, these are used by
either human resources departments in hiring and firing …