Blog : Cultural Chemistry Strives to Create More Efficient Workplaces

By Katelyn | Nov 13, 2014 | in

Running a small business is no easy feat. It requires a wealth of knowledge involving the current market, changing workforce, how to cut costs and increase profit, and a long list of other considerations. For some, this knowledge comes naturally or is easily learned, but others need the help of an outside company to teach them how to better manage their business. This is where Cultural Chemistry comes in.

Cultural Chemistry is sought out by small and large businesses alike, across a wide spectrum of industries to help them create a more positive and efficient workplace. They work as a Human Resources consulting firm to aid businesses in better managing their company so they are able to be efficient while increasing profits. By working to improve the business, Cultural Chemistry helps create a more productive and positive company that is better suited to handle the obstacles that industry.

Not many Human Resource firms also serve as environmental advocates; yet, Cultural Chemistry recognizes that by adopting certain environmentally-friendly practices, a company can greatly cut its costs. In teaching businesses to be more productive and efficient, Cultural Chemistry hopes to improve the sustainability across all levels of the company. Cultural Chemistry itself is a more environmentally conscious business in comparison to similar consulting firms, as the home office was built by fellow GA Business Partner, Ridgeview Construction, and features a variety of green aspects. Ridgeview Construction specializes in environmentally friendly products, and included a geothermal system, efficient lighting, Energy Star appliances and numerous other green features when constructing Cultural Chemistry’s office.

If you are interested in learning more about Cultural Chemistry and how to get the most out of your business then you won’t want to miss the Green Business Learning Series on Thursday, November 20th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Green Alliance headquarters. This event will feature Mirjam IJitsma, the owner of Cultural Chemistry, and Cary Bowman, the owner of Social Kitchen, a firm specializing in social media for businesses. The two experts will work together to present a variety of better business practices, including how to better hire and fire in the workplace.

To learn more about the Green Business Learning Series click here.

For more information about Cultural Chemistry click here.

Green Alliance members receive a free human resources audit (a $1,250 value) and 5% off all other services from Cultural Chemistry. Not a member? Join here!