One of the biggest meat distributors in the country will close it’s five Queensland stores and e-store next Monday in a bid to transform company culture.
More than 80 staff from Super Butcher will come together for a Culture Day, where they will take part in a series of workshops and activities.
Super Butcher’s HR consultant Jade Green of Team: Engineered told myGC the Culture Day is all about improving staff happiness.
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“The ultimate goal is to have happy employees. Happiness is the greatest hack to productivity and profitability,” she said.
“It’s a win-win for employers, because if we make happier humans, then they are more productive and more profitable.”
Ms Green said the Culture Day is also an opportunity to realign workers with the company’s new purpose and mission.
“Super Butcher didn’t have a great employer brand before, and this is letting the market know that we are different, we are under new management and things are changing,” she said.
“We are going to release our new mission to employees on the day, which is to become the number one employer of choice in Southeast Queensland.
“We are set to double in the next two years, with five new stores, so we need this as well to recruit, we need this to prove to people that this a great place to work.”