Going for a job hunt could be difficult and also discouraging for some. When looking for a new company to pursue our career with, we are usually very careful and vigilant. And that is totally normal and we have the right to do so. Looking out for red flags in companies is a fundamental step in every job seekers textbook. However, we shouldn’t be too engrossed with the negatives. Instead, let’s look out for the factors that potential companies have gotten right. At the end of the day, every organization is different. Take a look at these 4 positive indicators that can tell you a lot about a job, team, or company.

  1. Company values align with your personal values

Nothing feels better than working for a company that values the same things you do. Be it their core values or the clients that they work with, finding common ground with your future company is a great way to start things off. 

  1. 99.99% Work-life balance

One of, if not, the most crucial in a career is a healthy work-life balance. It’s not so much about splitting your time 50/50 between work and leisure but making sure you feel fulfilled and productive in both areas of your life. Plus, maintaining work-life balance helps reduce stress and helps prevent burnout in the workplace. With a culture driven by a healthy work-life balance, productivity and performance will come naturally.

  1. Organizational Culture

Part of work-life balance also should be applied within the company itself. Of course, it’s not always ”work work work”, there will be times where employers should engage with their employees—whether through a simple gathering for a slice of pizza and coke, or checking on how your day is, even simply saying “good job” whatever that might be, as a company, it’s a way to show appreciation and/or acknowledgement to their employees. It’s the little things that count. After all, big things often have small beginnings.

  1. Great Leadership

Every team needs a good leader to strive towards success. And what better way than to have upper-management roles that have a good relationship with the employees. Meetings with the supervisors and team members are not only for professional matters but also in a more casual and interactive manner helps tremendously with the leadership culture of the organization.

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A big shout out and thank you to our growing Guerilla family. This would not have been possible without all the talented professionals that have joined our company over the last two years, or the exceptional clients that we have had the privilege to partner with since our beginnings in June, 2020.

On the 26th June, we celebrated our staff with a fun #GuerillaWarriorsRetreatTeamBuilding event ⚔️ to keep our Guerilla family feeling refreshed, motivated and to bond with one another outside of the office environment. 

We believe in always evolving our company culture and seek out fun and unique ways to bring everyone together under one roof, united as the Guerilla family 💛

#GuerillaStaffingSolutions #GuerillaCareers #teambuilding #motivation #companyculture

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Applying to jobs isn’t just about the role, it’s about the company aligning with your personal values and the culture fit. ⁠ Startups and corporate companies both act very differently and are better suited to different individuals.⁠

LARGE COMPANY

Advantages

  • Lots of perks.
    Most large companies can offer a range of insurance options. This includes not only different options for medical insurance, but also supplemental insurance.
  • Stability.
    While any company can find themselves on the wrong side of the economy, large companies tend to be stable.

Disadvantages

  • Hard to Get Ahead.
    Working for a large company also means you work with a lot of people. This means that there is competition everywhere.
  • You’re Just a Number.
    Of course, a large company is big. You knew that going in. But, what you may not have realized is th

SMALL COMPANY

Advantages

  • Lots of Opportunities.
    At a small company, you’ll likely wear a lot of different hats, which will expose you to a lot of aspects of the business and teach you a range of skills you may not have had a chance to learn otherwise.
  • Community.
    In many small companies, there is a feeling of community and the chance to develop deep relationships.

Disadvantages

  • Limited resources & training.
    Since the company is still starting up, the opportunities for training may be limited at first, and the internal resources as well, which means you will have to get creative in how you will learn and expand your expertise. 
  • Unknown culture.
    A small company is still figuring its in’s and out’s for its working environment so the culture may be a bit rocky at first until a baseline has been established, so if you are there from day one be sure to contribute to a positive culture environment and ensure others follow your positive path.

Choosing to work for a large or small company is a personal choice. But, knowing the pros and cons can help you decide which type of company is right for you and your career.

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