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SGV explains why it is important to have a fun, energetic and competitive working environment

Thursday, July 02, 2015
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Research shows that a fun and competitive work environment invigorates employees and keeps them motivated. That is why at SGV Marketing we incorporate various platforms to ensure that our team has high energy and is passionate about what they do. SGV believes that businesses need to instill the following values to keep the employees’ attitude at a 100% on a consistent basis.

1. A clear vision and identity. Employees want to know where the company is pointed, what the company believes in and what everyone is working toward.

2. Honest leadership.

3. Provide “flexible” growth for employees. As an employee of a company, you should have the ability to change career paths if you’ve proven you’re a dependable, hard-working and passionate person.

4. A culture of collaboration. Collaboration creates better work, better results and better culture.

5. As little politics as possible. While politics are always going to happen in a work environment, great companies have very little of it and work hard to stomp it out when it creeps up.

6. Promote meritocracy. Simply put, if you show that you are going to do great work, your career will grow accordingly.

7. Open communication. Great places to work are open about how the company is performing.

8. Crave honest feedback from its employees.

9. A fun atmosphere. I’ve always felt that if people are going to spend most of their waking week at the office, it should be a fun environment. When people are having fun, they work together better and they produce better work.

10. Fill with passionate people. Companies that only look at resumes and experience when hiring are far less successful (IMHO) than ones that hire people that are passionate about their work and the industry. I’ll hire passion over experience any day.

11. Approachable leadership. The more people feel open to talking to their leadership, the more problems will get solved and the more job satisfaction people will have. It’s one of the reasons I prefer not to have an office.

12. A great environment. A fun, open, energetic and creative environment can make a big difference in the overall atmosphere of a company.

The SGV team makes sure to employ these characteristics in its company culture making it one of the top Sales and Marketing companies in the northeast!