Longevity or lack thereof creates a workplace culture based on several factors.

Regardless of the size of a company or organization, employees will develop a culture based on historical aspects their employer.

Major events tend to separate these "generational" workforce cultures, such as a bankruptcy, downsizing,  rapid  growth period, or major structural change.
Predominant Cultures:
  • Long-time or
    tenured employee
  • New hire
Employees on the job during these periods react differently in the aftermath of the
event than prior to the event. New employees, hired after the event, are oblivious
to the circumstances, feelings, and personal impact of key corporate events.
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