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Unique Ways to Show Employees You Care

Employee Engagement

Unique Ways to Show Employees You Care

The art of employee engagement has forever shifted. Now in addition to their usual considerations, team leaders and corporate culture professionals are tasked with continuously showing up for their team despite being physically distant. With the timeline for when work will return to “normal” still unclear, we’ve decided to give you some ideas for how to show your team you care, all while keeping a distance. 

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How Can Companies Do Better To Support Their Black Employees?

Employee Engagement

How Can Companies Do Better To Support Their Black Employees?

Although it seems that diversity and inclusion efforts have been made a priority by many organizations over the years, there is still work to be done to establish a truly inclusive workplace. In light of the cries being heard around the world to put an end to racism and racial injustice, many brands and organizations have made statements of their solidarity with the black community. While the gesture is appreciated by many, they’ve also sparked conversations around what corporations actually do to support their black employees on a daily basis, and not just when the world is waiting for a...

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Administrative Professionals' Day Gift Ideas

Employee Engagement

Administrative Professionals' Day Gift Ideas

April 22nd, 2020 is Administrative Professionals’ Day, and there’s truly no better time to show appreciation for the glue that likely holds your professional life together. We’ve rounded up 5 thoughtful Administrative Professionals’ Day gift ideas so you can celebrate the administrative pro on your team.

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How To Attract (And Retain) Millennial Employees

Employee Engagement

How To Attract (And Retain) Millennial Employees

Call them what you will, but there’s no denying that millennials are disrupting today’s workforce with their clear expectations and lack of fear around leaving jobs that don’t meet their demands. 

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