Company cultures vary across the country. Some companies prefer professional dress codes while others embrace shorts and flipflops. One business might offer traditional Christmas bonuses while another chooses to give incremental raises throughout the year.
It’s these differences that make for a diverse and interesting economy, full of different companies, each one well-matched to a particular type of employee personality.
One of the qualities that varies across companies is the presence of a workplace chaplain.
As defined by Merriam-Webster, a chaplain is “a person chosen to conduct religious exercises (as at a meeting of a club or society).” This can be a member of any religion.
Workplace chaplains are frequently hired to provide moral and emotional support, as well as lead prayers at company events.
For this month’s poll, we’re asking if you have (or want) a workplace chaplain at your workplace.
Let us know by voting in our poll!