Workplace Culture Assessment

This quiz will help you assess your current workplace culture and identify areas for improvement.

Is Your Company Culture Thriving? Take the Quiz and Find Out!

Creating a positive and productive workplace culture is key to attracting and retaining top talent, boosting employee satisfaction, and driving business success. But how do you know where your company stands? This insightful quiz will assess your current culture across key areas and help you identify opportunities to create a truly thriving work environment.

Simmone L. Bowe

A passionate entrepreneur, leadership & transformation coach, and HR management expert

The 5 Pillars of a Thriving Workplace Culture

Building a strong company culture isn’t about ping pong tables and free lunches (although those perks can be nice!). It’s about creating a work environment where employees feel valued, motivated, and empowered to do their best work. Here, we explore the five key pillars that contribute to a thriving workplace culture:

Clear Vision & Values

A strong company culture starts with a clear sense of purpose and core values that guide employee behavior and decision-making. When employees understand the company’s mission and values, they feel more connected to the work they do and are more likely to be engaged.

Fostering a culture of open communication and collaboration is essential for building trust, promoting teamwork, and sparking innovation. When employees feel comfortable sharing ideas, asking questions, and providing feedback, it leads to better decision-making and problem-solving.

Open Communication &

Recognition & Appreciation

Employees who feel appreciated for their contributions are more likely to be happy, engaged, and productive. Recognizing and rewarding employees for their hard work and achievements demonstrates that their efforts are valued by the company.

In today’s rapidly changing world, continuous learning and development are essential for both employee growth and organizational success. By providing opportunities for employees to learn new skills and expand their knowledge, companies can foster a culture of innovation and adaptability.

Learning & Development

Well-being & Work-Life

A healthy work-life balance is crucial for employee well-being and overall satisfaction. Companies that prioritize employee well-being by offering flexible work arrangements, promoting healthy habits, and supporting mental health create a work environment where employees can thrive both personally and professionally.

Culture Killers
Signs Your Workplace Needs a Change

Every workplace culture has its own unique personality. But sometimes, that personality can become toxic, leading to employee dissatisfaction, decreased productivity, and high turnover. Here are some red flags that might indicate your company culture needs a serious overhaul:

Now you know about the RIGHT & WRONG

Let’s begin the Workplace Culture Assessment

Workplace Assessment Quiz

This quiz will help you assess your current workplace culture and identify areas for improvement.

Instructions: Answer each question honestly by selecting the option that best reflects your company’s situation. At the end, you’ll receive a score breakdown to understand your strengths and weaknesses.

  • Each question has four answer choices.
  • Each answer choice is assigned a point value (5, 10, 15, or 20).
  • Higher point values indicate practices that are more aligned with a positive workplace culture.
  • After completing the quiz, tally your score and see the interpretation below to understand your company’s cultural strengths and weaknesses.

Welcome to the Simmone's Workplace Culture Assessment

How often do you perform formal culture assessments (e.g., surveys, interviews)?

Which areas do you typically assess in your culture audits?

Do you have Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for your company culture? How are they measured?

What happens if your company falls short of its cultural KPIs?

How well do most employees understand the company's mission and values?

Do your current company values and mission statement genuinely reflect your ideal company culture?

What percentage of your staff would you say currently reflects the behaviors and attitudes of your ideal culture?

Are there clear accountability measures in place to ensure both leaders and staff uphold the company's values and mission?

How are leaders held accountable for demonstrating the desired cultural behaviors?

How well-versed are leaders in the company's mission and values?