The importance of culture in the era of COVID-19

@article{Daum2021TheIO,
  title={The importance of culture in the era of COVID-19},
  author={Diane L. Daum and Catherine C. Maraist},
  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2021},
  volume={14},
  pages={160 - 162}
}
In our own benchmark study of culture during the pandemic, we saw that those who continued to be exposed to the virus through work were significantly less favorable on items such as “I believe that senior leadership will act with integrity when they have to choose between getting business results and doing the right thing” than those who were safely at home (Daum & Mastrangelo, 2020, p 8) Some researchers have suggested that having a strong culture is a disadvantage for organizations attempting… 
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