A simple personal finance lesson that all employees should read Continue reading
We all want to give more, but it’s a pain. It either costs money or we have to “run for a cure” while panhandling to our friends and co-workers. We say, forget all that. Continue reading
The old saying goes, “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” In some respects this is only half-true, but the half that is true should not be overlooked. Continue reading
One of the many great things about our country is that there are so many opportunities to volunteer and help others. Additionally, there are programs designed to help us. While many argue that helping another is a way of helping oneself (and we don’t disagree) we want to highlight two amazing programs the United States has that help us promote goodwill around the world and help our own young people.
The programs are the Peace Corps, where we can volunteer to go to other nations and serve in the capacity of helping others, and Job Corps, Continue reading
When you coordinate your marketing efforts, do you ever think to do any internal marketing? That is, do you consider that your team deserves to be reminded that you care about them, and that they work for a great company?
We’ve been thinking of this more lately because our average employee has been with us for over 15 years. While it’s true that we’ve been good to them – never bouncing a paycheck, always having a health and life plan, and refusing to accept lucrative offers to move outside the United States – the truth is that we felt we could do more. Continue reading
Every year there are data collected and compiled into the World Giving Index (WGI). The WGI measures how generous people are in each nation based on the percentage of the population that:
- Donates money
- Helps strangers
It was released that in 2013 the United States Continue reading
We’re on Twitter, updating our status and plugging away at 140 characters/message. As always, we seek to be in touch with you, so we’d love it if you follow us. There are many great reasons to follow us on Twitter. For one, we’ll never abuse the relationship by posting things that are outside of the interests of our company. Instead, we’ll lead you to a Time article Continue reading