As the entrepreneurial bug bites more people and money floods into technology startups, the buzz about company culture continues to get louder. Whether it’s nap pods, private chefs, indoor tree houses or over-the-top parties, tech companies are pulling out all of the stops in hopes of creating the coolest corporate culture around. But flashy perks don't equal a good corporate culture. Unsurprisingly, many companies are reevaluating these costly perks in the face of high employee turnover and dissatisfaction. In order to create a corporate culture that is truly effective, leaders must look beyond the perks and focus on creating a workplace where employees not only enjoy spending their time but also feel fulfilled and valuable.
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