Great employee experiences are not expensive!— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
Ask your employees!— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
Richard Branson said, ‘Take care of your employees and they’ll take care of your customers for you’.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
We spend most of our lives at work.
Imagine if the environment there was awesome?
Company culture is the serious stuff.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
Golding believes that:
People are his company’s greatest asset.
Culture is manifested through these great people's actions and behaviours.
- Culture is the most powerful tool in business.
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Your employees are your internal customers.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
Core workplace practices – not perks – make up employee experiences.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
Employee experience transcends traditional HR.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
It’s not the budget that makes the difference.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
You cannot build a good employee experience without having your employees on-board.— Andy Golding, Strive CBA
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