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Culture & Workplace Climate Assessments

KSB Law assists organizations in taking proactive measures such as conducting Culture & Workplace Climate Assessments of workplaces. The Firm offers services in this area to law firms, private and public companies, governmental entities/agencies, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations.

Employers often need to pivot and react quickly to ever-changing internal and external factors, including global crises, social justice, and cultural movements. These movements have highlighted challenges related to social climate and culture that impact workplaces and lead to areas of legal exposure.

Culture & Workplace Climate Assessments can be very valuable tools to help companies identify, address, and alleviate tinderboxes before they fully enflame the company culture. A harmonious working environment benefits both the employer and the employees through higher productivity and employee satisfaction and loyalty.

These Assessments involve ascertaining culture/climate perceptions and summarizing the organization’s strengths and weaknesses.  These Assessments can be helpful tools to draw out issues that may not be on the organization’s radar but are in need of action by way of training, investigation, or other remedial measures. 


Organizations may use Assessments as ways to gauge diversity, equity, and inclusion and to bring an array of workplace challenges to the forefront, including those related to management styles, leadership performance, and communication problems.

KSB Law’s approach to Culture & Workplace Climate Assessments involves:

  • Identifying a group of employees who represent different lines and areas of the business as well as appropriate leaders who may be able to provide helpful information;

  • Gathering and reviewing any and all relevant documents such as policies, procedures, organizational charts, and human resources information;

  • Conducting interviews with the designated employees to elicit necessary information;

  • Making findings based upon the information obtained through documents and interviews; and

  • Issuing recommendations (if requested) based upon the findings.