LWC Communications HubSpots Organizational Behavior Critical Thinking Paper

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I’m working on a communications exercise and need support to help me learn.

1.How does HubSpot’s focus on culture affect employee performance?
2.What concerns would you have regarding giving employees countless flexible benefits such as HubSpot does; for example, a yearly sabbatical?

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HubSpot Focus on Flexible Benefits
What would your manager say to you if you came up with the idea of traveling with
Justin Timberlake on tour for an entire year? This would not just be a work from
home agreement but an actual out of office plan for one full-year sabbatical. That is
exactly what happened at HubSpot when Rosalia Cefalu had a crazy idea that
actually got approved.
HubSpot, a global inbound marketing company, has approximately 19,000
customers in over 90 countries and 1,960 employees, stretching from Cambridge,
MA, to Sydney, Australia.
“We don’t think that culture is about free beer and ping-pong and dogs in the office,
it’s about what you believe, why you do what you do, and who you choose to work
with,” states CTO and cofounder Dharmesh Shah. Although HubSpot has plenty of
free snacks on hand for their employees to enjoy, other flexible benefits HubSpotters
enjoy are unlimited vacation time, tuition reimbursement, flexible hours, and an
overall environment that balances freedom with accountability.
At HubSpot it goes deeper than just the perks. The focus from the top down instills
pride and passion within its employees, which then translates into happy customers.
Although flexible benefits are a big perk of working at the third-best tech company
to work for, according to Glassdoor’s annual Employee Choice awards, the culture
isn’t for everyone. The company practices a sense of understanding, knowing that
employees will move on and do not need to stay to be loyal and that sometimes
someone is no longer needed—either because of performance, or changes in the
company’s needs. This isn’t taken personally, and HubSpot is able to grow and
continue to grow because it objectively sees the performance of its employees and
what is best for the company and employee.
Sources: S. Leibowitz. “What it’s like to work at HubSpot, one of the best workplaces
2018.” Business
K. M. Newman. “Inside the Company Culture of Hubspot.” Tech.co, April 5, 2013,
https://tech.co/company-culture-of-hubspot-2013-04; InHerSight. “Company
Hubspot.” The

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