Keywords : employee behavior
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4331-4341
The relationship between an organization's success and its culture has been
extensively researched. Scholars from both developed and developing countries have
investigated the connections between various organizations. While there is agreement that
the two have a good relationship, scholars have differed on the extent of that relationship.
While researchers agree that a strong organizational culture improves employee efficiency,
the extent to which it does so is a point of contention. The author of this paper uses a
literature review to investigate the effect of organizational culture on employees' actions,
attitudes, and efficiency. This paper begins by debating the various meanings of "culture"
and what organizational culture entails. We then use evidence and literature from around
the world to explore the effect of organizational culture on employee performance.
Organizational culture has been found to affect employee actions and loyalty to the
company and their efficiency, both directly and indirectly. However, it is yet to be
determined which feature of corporate culture has the greatest effect and yields the
greatest return on investment.