Company culture has for long been considered a ‘soft’ field for bankers to discuss about, but increasingly is gaining spotlight. This has been the trend ever since the financial crisis laid bare a lack of trust factor with the banking sector. Such people do not believe in the core values of the company and this will reflect on the eventual financials. A bank employee who simply does not fit into the company culture needs to either be asked to leave or be trained accordingly. Such employees have been categorized as ‘neon’. Corporate training provided to such neon people can help alleviate employee turnover. Persisting with such misfits reflects badly on the organization as a whole. Such problems may not initially show up, but becomes increasingly apparent as the organization grows.



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