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Workplace culture is the shared values, behaviours, norms and expectations that govern the way people approach their work and interact with each other. 

Your own distinct workplace culture is a part of the brand you create for your business, and it will affect how you hire people and what type of people you attract.

No matter what size your business, you can take advantage of the benefits of a positive workplace culture. 

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Based on your assessment answers, we recommend the area of your business which needs the most urgent attention
Based on your results, we would recommend Culture.

Prepared by

  • Larry Forsyth Senior Manager, WHS & HR Consulting Australian Business Consulting & Solutions


1658 businesses have completed this report. Their average score was:


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