Why Loving Your Job Matters: The Impact of Company Culture

13 Jun 2023

Why Loving Your Job Matters: The Impact of Company Culture

Creating an outstanding company culture means having employees that love what they do and being able to collaborate with a supportive team. According to a 2022 survey from Smaart Recruitment, it’s reported that 45% of employees considered leaving their jobs because they felt dissatisfied with the work that they do. If you’re finding your employees feel a lack of purpose in their job, there needs to be some changes made.

When employees feel a sense of fulfillment in their job and love where they work, it leads to:

-       Higher Job Satisfaction: If employees are happy with their work environment, colleagues, and tasks, they are more likely to feel content with their job overall. This can lead to less stress and a more positive outlook.

-       Increases Productivity: When your team enjoys their work, they are more likely to be motivated to complete tasks efficiently and effectively. This can lead to better performance and higher-quality work.

-       Improves Overall Well-Being:  When employees feel happy and fulfilled in their job, they are more likely to feel happy and fulfilled in other areas of their life as well. This can lead to better mental and emotional health.

-       Better Relationships With Colleagues: When employees enjoy their work environment, they are more likely to interact positively with their coworkers. This can lead to better teamwork and collaboration, which can ultimately lead to better outcomes for the company as a whole.

Company Culture at SelfLube

SelfLube started out small with just a few local tool shops, but we’ve always known the importance of investing in the right people. We have team members celebrating their 25-year work anniversaries and beyond. This experience and loyalty has allowed us to proudly serve our customers and grow to where we are today.

The Power of Positive Work Relationships

Loving where you work is important for productivity, company culture, and work relationships. Promote a healthier work environment, and you’ll find your team is working harder and better than before, and they may even find themselves wanting to stay at their jobs!

Looking to work with a provider that cares about the people who work there? Contact SelfLube and let’s chat!