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cultural audit

noun [C]
 
 
HR, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY a study of the methods and behaviour of an organization to find out if they are acceptable to its employees, customers, and others: A cultural audit can be a very useful tool for companies to try to gain a greater degree of employee commitment and involvement.
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