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Why Corporate America Is Obsessed With “Company Culture”

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Corporate America has become obsessed with company culture but those Friday afternoon drinks and team building days are papering over a terrible trend which is making your workplace miserable and stalling your career. Company culture is one of the biggest trends in corporate management.

Small companies with as few as twenty employees are hiring culture managers whose full-time job is to promote a collaborative and positive work environment. These are full time employee that from a bottom-line business perspective do nothing but make the other nineteen employees more engaged with their work. According to a survey of job seekers and hiring managers conducted by Robert Half a workforce analytics firm, ninety one percent of managers said that a candidates fit with the organizational culture was more important than their skills and experience.

Hilariously a PWC survey on company culture found that sixty nine percent of companies believed their culture gave them a competitive edge… presumably over the thirty one percent of companies that realized that an office doesn’t need a ping pong table and kombucha on tap to be a nice place to work. Managing corporate culture is expensive, corporate culture managers are earning an average salary package of one hundred and ten thousand dollars a year according to GlassDoor. Direct salary expenses also don’t capture the additional costs of running culture events, and the lost manhours in the name of team building.

It’s a big investment and one that is not paying off.

If corporate culture is starting to sound less like an annoying business buzzword and more like a horrifying trend that was only the first reason out of four.

So, it’s time to learn How Money Works to find out why corporate America has become obsessed with company culture.

Fraud and legal risk: what employers need to know

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I got caught working 2 remote jobs

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When the pandemic hit everyone was forced to work from home. I set up my home office and got to work. I work as a User Experience (UX) designer at a tech company.

When you work from home you realize that you have a lot more time to get your work done. You’re not being distracted by people in the office trying to talk to you or long lunches with co-workers or time spent commuting.

I used my extra time to do freelance and contractor work. I realized that instead of the inconsistent work and downtime between projects I could get another full time remote job and double my income. For jobs like UX, product management and web development (coding, engineering), the job depends on the work, not on meetings or anything else. If I could get my work done then both companies would be happy and I could make a lot more money.

Well I pulled it off and worked two jobs for 8 months. I was able to pay off debt, pay off both of our cars, dabble in crypto and NFTs and put some money away.

It wasn’t until after my two jobs experience that I realized there is an entire online community doing this. It’s called Overemployed. They’re on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/overemployed/
If you have questions about working two remote jobs they have some great resources. There is also a discord group where you can chat with people that are currently doing it.