After Decades Of Deposits, It's Time For Withdrawals From The Bank Of Corporate Culture

If you wait until a crisis to build great culture, you'll be too late. Only time and consistency reveal genuine care and concern for employees—and they will, in turn, step up during hard times.

SOURCE: Aflac Incorporated


by Teresa White

The public health crisis, economic downturn, a surge of racial tensions…2020 has been crisis upon crisis. Nothing this year is going according to last year’s expectations. It’s been a year of virtual meetings, agility and resilience and it’s times like these when you truly understand how brand strength is born of corporate culture.

Aflac has routinely made Fortune’s lists of World’s Most Admired Companies; Points of Light’s Most Community-Minded Companies; Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies.  These accolades are a reflection of the compassion and care demonstrated by Aflac employees. In fact, our employees and sales agents donate millions annually to fund treatment and research in childhood cancer — in crisis, they rise to the challenge. Always.

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Tweet me: Teresa White, president of @Aflac U.S. and leader of the company’s COVID-19 task force, writes about why businesses need to build a strong, positive culture before a crisis hits. via @ChiefExecGrp

KEYWORDS: Aflac, Aflac Inc., Teresa White, NYSE:AFL, COVID-19

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