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Your Guide to Structuring Meetings for Remote Employees

Posted by a2g on May 26, 2020

With everything from game night, to university courses, to family hangouts moving to video chat, most people out there are sure to be familiar with video conferencing. And, if you’ve ever been in one of these such chats, you’ve probably noticed how disorganized they can be. When it comes to being a remote substitute for […]

How Companies Can Help Their Employees During These Tough Times, and Why They Should

Posted by a2g on May 18, 2020

Working during COVID-19 comes with a number of challenges that workers will have to face every day, from simple adjustments of routines and practices to worries of increased risks to their health. Companies likewise are called to adapt to the new way of things, and many are facing shutting their doors for good. Ahead you […]

Building an Employee Wellness Program

Posted by a2g on December 21, 2016

As a new year approaches, many of us try to establish a New Year’s Resolution to complete during the year. For most, the resolution is often the goal of creating healthier lifestyle habits. However, it is easy to quickly forget or lose motivation in reaching that goal. Last year, Forbes reported that 70% of employers […]

5 Great Employee Holiday Gift Ideas

Posted by a2g on November 28, 2016

The holiday season is near, as almost every retail business has reminded us since practically the first day of November. Although a time for giving, the end of the year approaching can put a lot of pressure on companies of all sizes to meet business goals. Additionally, as a business owner or manager, it may […]

3 TV shows with terrible corporate cultures

Posted by a2g on May 11, 2016

While we do encourage financial incentives as compelling motivators (obviously), there are ways to effectively encourage employees to perform that won’t cost your company unnecessarily. One of the top non-financial motivators include “open, supportive cultures that encourage new ideas and empower staff.” That sounds all well and good. But we find that we have a […]