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18 September 2020
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How to Create a Positive Work Culture: the IT Company Perspective

Boryslava Omelchenko
Content marketing specialist

There are plenty of reasons why more and more people want to become a part of the IT community. Not only do tech companies provide competitive salaries and career growth opportunities, but they also know how to create a positive work culture which leads to an increase in job satisfaction of employees. As a software development company that cares for its employees, Yojji would like to share some pieces of advice on how to reach positivity in the workplace. Want to build a fantastic collaborative working environment? Follow our lead.article illustration

The Importance of a Positive Workplace Culture

If you type in the search query about what the best places to work are based on employees’ opinions, you will find quite a few tech companies in that list. Giants like Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, to name a few, have proven that a well-built work culture and a positive atmosphere play a vital role in the success of both a company and its employees.

According to the research conducted by Deloitte, 88% of employees admit that a certain workplace culture is of high importance when it comes to business growth and success. The same idea is promoted by 94% of executives. This means one thing – in order to keep employees engaged and motivated, employers have to know how to create a positive work culture that will also differentiate their company from a bunch of others.

Good companies care for how people feel about their work environment and so they invest in each employee development and create the most comfortable conditions for everyone.

The Recipe for Creating a Positive Work Environment

While different companies may stick to different corporate values, the best and most successful workplaces share a number of common elements that make a positive work culture. Here they are:

Work Recognition

It doesn't matter what industry your company operates in, your employees want their work and accomplishments to be recognized, appreciated, and, most importantly, rewarded. People who work side by side with you need to know that good work is always valued and recognized. This will boost their motivation and establish a basis for a positive workplace culture.

Team building

It is hard to underestimate the value of team building when it comes to creating a positive work environment. A lot has been said about this topic but we'd like to add that team building is not only about every day all-hands team meetings. It is also about building good relationships with colleagues and employees. This can be achieved by the means of organizing outings or parties, pizza evenings or board games sessions. Such events go a long way in making your crew feel involved and appreciated.


A great and positive workplace culture means that every worker is treated equally. In the modern world, there mustn't be such things as racism or sexism. You will manage to build a good workplace atmosphere only under one condition - equality of all and everyone.


At Yojji, we strongly believe that a good corporate culture should provide employees with an opportunity to take an initiative, express their opinions, critiques, and ideas freely. Inclusion allows people to feel their value and develop professionally.

Professional growth opportunities

One of the signs that you are on the right path to building a positive workplace culture is providing employees with opportunities to grow professionally. While the ability to move up the corporate career ladder is up to the employees in the first place, let them know that there's room for growth.


A positive organization of work is highly dependent on the level of a company's flexibility. It doesn’t mean that you have to allow your team to break the rules that serve as the pillars of business stability. However, employees shouldn’t be backed in a corner with all these rules. There has to be some room for creativity and flexibility. It may sound surprising to you, but when workers have the freedom to try new methods and ideas, they can come with interesting and useful solutions a company will only benefit from.

Care and kindness

On average a person spends a third of their life at work. That is why it is so important to create a unique atmosphere where each employee feels appreciated. Good leaders encourage acts of kindness in the workplace and show concern to their employees. Thanks to this, people get closer to one another building warm and caring relationships.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, we'd like to pay your attention that this is not an ultimate list of things that create a positive work culture. The elements of a good workplace atmosphere may differ depending on a particular company's vision or the industry it belongs to. The provided pieces of advice on how to create a positive work culture come from our perspective, a company that is engaged in software development.

Nevertheless, we believe that every company should care for people who work in it. As an employer, it is your job to make sure that your employees are passionate about what they do and that they feel motivated and valued. Hopefully, this post has been useful.

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