Work Culture, when defined, is a combination of qualities in an organization and it's employees that arise from what is generally regarded as appropriate ways to think and act. Work Culture is not what is planned but rather what prevails in reality, as a product of the organization's history, traditions, values, and visions. The lines of communications between management and staff should be improved, employees should always be consulted about their jobs and other matters. Also, it should be ensured that a sufficient variety of tasks which would enable the person to grow must be provided. make the employees feel that they belong to the company. Also, to drive engagement one need to recognise employees for the hard work that they put in, because a good work-life balance, good relationships with the superiors, job security, interesting job content, attractive salary, and career development is what an employee value working in an organization.