New White Paper Outlines Importance of Company Culture to Attract and Retain Talent

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Vera Whole Health ‘Culture Matters’ white paper is first in a series about On-Site Clinic Essentials

The 'Culture Matters' white paper by Vera Whole Health examines how company values and culture help attract and retain employees.

Vera Whole Health, a national leader in advanced primary care, today published its "Culture Matters" white paper that examines how company values and culture help attract and retain employees. This white paper is the first in a series that helps employers understand the benefits of adopting on-site clinics.

The Vera white paper covers several topics including:

  • Personalized care and employee recruitment
  • How on-site clinics enhance employee performance
  • Creating a culture of health and keeping top talent

McKinsey & Company says most companies are not recruiting in the right way, reporting that 82 percent of Fortune 500 executives believe their companies are not recruiting highly talented people. Employment offers need to be magnetic and companies need to deliver on their promises, including actual work, compensation and benefit packages. Further, today’s workforce — the largest percentage being millennials — is looking for personalized experiences that are both easy and focused on their overall well-being.

The Vera white paper also includes success stories and results from companies that have adopted on-site clinics including Seattle Children’s and the City of Kirkland.

To download the Culture Matters white paper and other helpful resources on whole-person care and on-site clinics, visit the Vera resource page at

About Vera Whole Health
Vera Whole Health is creating a health revolution with a whole health approach to primary care and behavior change. Vera is the first on-site clinic provider in the United States to earn a Certificate of Validation by the Care Innovations™ Validation Institute for sound population health cost outcomes. With a growing presence in eight states, Vera providers guide patients toward optimum social, psychological and physical health. Learn more at

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