Results of the Work Culture Study In my business communication for accountants’ class I completed a work culture survey that determines my preferred job setting.

Results of the Work Culture Study

In my business communication for accountants’ class I completed a work culture survey

that determines my preferred job setting. The results showed that I want a high powered position

that is demanding jobs that require a lot of responsibility in addition to jobs that jobs that offer

career development as well as the opportunity to learn new skills since I am transitioning career

paths and also be able to work in different locations. The survey also states that my work culture

have opportunities in career advancement where I can receive the opportunity to get higher

salaries and promotions.

The ethics section of the survey reveals that the work culture that is best suited for me is

a company that will have more of an emphasis on fairness instead of organizational politics that

would focus equality among all the employees. The ability to be able to help people in a positive

manner was also stated in the survey because they have rights just as much as the companies that

look for ways to not be responsible for these actions.

The final part of the survey focuses on support within the company. It states that I

would prefer to be a supportive environment that is secure and stable. When there tasks to

be completed there should be clarity so that it is known what the employee is responsible

for. Management should be considerate of its employees and acknowledge their employee’s

successes instead worrying about office politics. The focus welfare of employees is essential

cause they are needed to assist growing with the company and their welfare should be considered

and it is enjoyable to report to work daily.

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