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Marisol Hughes talks company culture with the Tampa Bay Business Journal 

March 23, 2021

It’s much easier to establish a strong company culture from the start versus trying to fix a culture that’s broken, so make the effort upfront and it will pay off long term. That’s according to Marisol Hughes, EVP and general counsel for WilsonHCG. 

She made the comments during an interview with journalists at the Tampa Bay Business Journal about how to build a strong company culture. 

Hughes also recommended companies showcase company culture and values in employment branding to attract culturally aligned candidates. 

If an organization is completely honest in employment branding, it’ll be much easier to attract candidates with the same values,” she added. 

You can read the full article here. 

About WilsonHCG

WilsonHCG is an award-winning, global leader in total talent solutions. Operating as a strategic partner, it helps some of the world’s most admired brands build comprehensive talent functions. With a global presence spanning more than 65 countries and six continents, WilsonHCG provides a full suite of configurable...

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