Company Culture and Core Values

As part of our eDiscovery Unredacted video series, John Burchfield, President at Legility, and Brandon Law, Oasis CEO, sat down to discuss company culture.

Culture isn’t a tangible item. Core values aren’t hopeful adjectives. Determining a company’s culture and core values is a “discovery process,” evolving over time. Most importantly, they originate from values we already hold true.

Creating and upholding culture can be especially difficult when transitioning to a remote work environment. Working from home faces companies and employees with a unique set of challenges that require leadership to adapt. Traditional management will not work in a remote environment, and without culture as a priority, employees begin to feel truly isolated. Core values come from and are part of daily work life, which helps employees feel connected, appreciated, and an important part of a larger vision.

Watch more from our eDiscovery Unredacted series.