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Author: Ariana Tesese


The ROI of Culture: How a Healthy Workplace Boosts Your Marketing Teams Performance

As we continue to unpack the stats from the Talent Guide, our focus now shifts to the Marketing and Digital Division.

In our rapidly changing world, society has adapted to numerous technological advancements over recent decades, and one area that constantly evolves is how we engage with media. Our society's increased screen time, driven by our reliance on devices for virtually everything, underscores the pivotal role that marketing professionals play in shaping the online content we consume and how they influence online decisions.

The demand for marketing positions has surged, with companies seeking talent in various areas, including digital marketers, SEO specialists, social media marketers, data analysts, content creators, and more.

While it might be tempting to assume that roles within the Marketing and Digital industries are all about fun and creativity, these professionals are true experts in their domain. They adeptly navigate the challenges that come with their daily responsibilities, which can often be hidden behind the scenes.

If you’re now asking yourself ‘Hmmm what can I do to ensure my Marketing & Digital professionals are well supported in their roles and feel like they can perform to their highest ability?’ Then you’re already on the right track to creating a workspace that is fit for attracting and retaining talent.

The top 3 factors that Marketing & Digital respondents have said has the most impact on fostering a healthy company culture includes, team building, development programmes, and regular comms between them and their management teams.

In a world where we spend most of our waking hours at work, it's crucial to create a welcoming environment. Building a strong community among team members isn't just a nice-to-have; it's the foundation of good relationships and efficient operations. This leads to increased productivity and keeps employees motivated.

Additionally, continuous learning and development programs have benefits for both employees and employers. For employees, skill enhancement is mentally stimulating and will make them more adaptable in their roles, with a higher level of job satisfaction. Employers benefit from a culture of ongoing learning, as it encourages creativity and innovation which helps a company stay competitive in changing environments, giving the company a competitive edge and improving employee retention. Transparency between senior executives and their teams is essential. It builds trust by giving employees a clear view of the company's goals, strategies, and decision-making processes. This transparency also reduces stress and provides a way to address concerns and share important information.

In conclusion, creating an inviting workplace for your marketing professionals isn't just about comfort; it's a strategic necessity. Building a community, promoting lifelong learning, and fostering transparent relationships are the foundations of a thriving organisation. This mutually beneficial relationship boosts productivity, encourages innovation, and strengthens trust, making each workday something to look forward to.

Hungry for more stats and insights? Read the 23/24 Talent Guide here.

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