How to hire for Culture Add without losing your culture

Attracting top-quality candidates: here’s how to do it the right way

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A strong culture isn’t a culture set in stone. A strong culture is a culture that has a strong fundament, but is continuously assessed for possible improvements.

The risk with hiring for culture fit is creating a very homogeneous culture and a group of people that feels more like a clique rather than a team. In other words, it is easy to slip into the habit of hiring those who have similar behaviours, at the expense of diversity and inclusion.

In this playbook, I will explain how to hire for culture add, in order to prevent lacking diversity of people (as we all know the consequences of a non-diverse team), without losing your strong culture.

Cheers, Charlotte Melkert
Co-Founder & CEO at Equalture.


Insights you will get from this playbook

  • An introduction to culture and hiring for culture fit vs. culture add
  • How to reveal your company’s current cultural dynamics
  • How to hire for culture add

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