Every commercial business has its own company culture. These shared principles, policies, and values are there from the moment a new company is set up. And they’ll be there up to the time it’s dissolved. Without this trellis of collective values, it would be hard for employees to interact, share their knowledge, develop, and shape the company’s success.
When considering the hiring process, we often assume that companies are in search of someone who fits perfectly with the company’s culture. In other words, ideal candidates reflect the company’s mission and core values, while being able to adapt to the existing order of things through their attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.