Almost anyone fate did not bestow great and continual success. Only the happiness that comes easily, is persistent and accompanied us to the end. Seneca the Younger (born Lucius Annaeus Seneca, called. Philosopher, 4 BC - 65 AD)

Your Corporate Culture Report

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Everyone can rest easy when you're on the job because you are reliable. Being dependable may not sound glamorous, but your steady nature is a critical factor to success in the workplace.

You thrive in environments that have a sense of stability and structure to them. When you know what you're getting into, you have the ability to focus on the big picture as well as the small details.

Compared to other types, you aren't likely to be easily swayed by trends or fads; you'd rather focus on the task at hand. You would not enjoy working for a company where it's unclear who is in charge or what people do on a daily basis.

Although there are times you feel it's necessary to offer your input, voicing your opinion is not critical to your satisfaction at work. You have an internal sense of how well you're doing so you don't need constant feedback or motivation from others.

Unlike other types, you have a sense of loyalty to an organization and are not always focused on your next move. You enjoy being on your own and working at your own pace. In a world of big egos, ultimately you are a treasure because you are a solid person who knows how to take care of yourself.

A former CEO once said, "If you leave us our money, our buildings, and our brands, but take away our people, the Company will fail. But if you take away our money, our buildings, and our brands, but leave us our people, we can rebuild the whole thing in a decade." These words were uttered in 1947 and they ring just as true today. A company's real strength lies in its people and their needs and values make up the company's culture.

When we talk about different cultures, we automatically think of foreign countries with customs different from our own. Diving into a new culture can be terrifying and exciting at the same time. Part of the challenge is to try and figure out how to blend in.

Most of us don't think of our place of employment as having a culture, but it does. In fact, most people put all their efforts into getting the job, which is good, but remember the second challenge is keeping it. Learning how to become a part of your company's culture just might help you hold onto that job.

Companies are not that different from people. Companies have identities and personalities that dictate how decisions are made and what is valued and what is not. Just think about it, before you buy a gift for a friend, you spend time thinking about who they are and what would make them happy. Understanding your friend's personality, needs, and values helps you to be the kind of friend they appreciate.

You want to be just as indispensable to your organization. If you ask employers for the top reasons they let go of someone, not fitting into the organization's culture is one of them. Knowing your organization's culture can mean the difference between being laid off and being promoted.

Based on who you are, Tickle has figured out the right companies for you.

Your best bet would be companies that have a track record of stability and longevity. You would enjoy working for companies that are well established and successful and that plan on sticking around as opposed to becoming a global dominator.

Many of these types of companies may have started out as small family-run businesses and then slowly grew into something larger. With the emphasis on feeling part of the family, employees who are loyal will be more valued than those who jump from company to company.

These types of companies are known for their consistency. You can expect to be made well aware of company regulations and policies and you will be treated like everyone else in the interest of fairness. People who usually charm their way up the ladder would be frustrated in this type of environment.

Which corporate cultures are right for you?
Below are some companies that have the kinds of corporate environments in which you could thrive. Remember, these are just some of the offices that provide you the right kind of culture — regardless of the business and industries they are in.

  • Eli Lilly
  • MetLife
  • Target Corp.
  • General Electric

Which corporate cultures are wrong for you?
You would not be happy and reach your full potential at companies that encourage ruthless competition amongst their employees. You prefer a workplace where you can trust your colleagues.