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The Culture at FINETECH


My first day working at FINETECH consultancy was a pleasant experience. My co-workers have been welcoming and helped me a lot in my domain, which is social media marketing. I provide a youthful look at the social media landscapes of my generation, such as Instagram and Tik Tok.

Now I've been tasked to comment on the overall company culture of FINETECH consultancy.

In addition to salary, benefits and opportunities to grow professionally, many employees consider company culture important when looking for a new job. According to an Indeed survey, 46% of job seekers who have viewed jobs but did not apply said they ultimately chose not to use them because they didn't feel it would be a good culture fit.

Understanding different business cultures can help you develop a positive one for your workplace that centers on your company values, mission and goals and helps your employees be productive, satisfied and engaged.

"good" company culture is suitable for a business and the business's employees. But what exactly makes a good company culture? In a positive company culture, our employees know the company values and live by them daily. Generally, good company culture also has,





FINETECH consultancy has all of these qualities and then some. Everyone can adjust to any situation that arises and aid those having trouble performing their assigned tasks. These abilities make up the excellent company culture here at FINETECH consultancy. Having a company culture has helped us in,

Lowering staff turnover

Attracting more applicants

Improve the company's credibility and overall image

All in all, the company culture here at FINETECH consultancy is excellent. The staff are pleasant, and the opportunities of working here are exquisite.

This is all from our social media department. Stay tuned for more.

Ranjeev Pulle


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