Remote Culture, Refined

Who knew earlier this year that the phrase “I’m going to the office” would achieve dinosaur status within six months? The new remote work landscape is looking more and more like it’s here to stay. Companies that just a few months ago did not approve of the concept of “working from home” would themselves, ditch […]

What is Employee Engagement?

Daniel Nesbitt | Marketing and Administrative Specialist | People Factor, LLC Employee engagement is often seen as HR’s responsibility, but it is the responsibility of everyone in the company, especially leadership. Having an engaged leadership helps to set the tone when it comes to how employees look at the company. If a new hire looks […]

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How Can Executive Coaching Help You?

Daniel Nesbitt | Marketing and Administrative Specialist | People Factor, LLC As a company grows its executives are often placed under an extreme amount of pressure and stress. While everyone deals with pressure and stress differently, the addition of an executive coach is becoming much more common in the workplace. Executive coaching isn’t for everyone, […]

Building Great Managers with DiSC 363

Daniel Nesbitt | Marketing and Administrative Specialist | People Factor, LLC Wiley DiSC as we know it today was first developed in the 1940’s, but that doesn’t mean that it is dated technology. Wiley DiSC isn’t “just another personality test” or like any personality test that you may have seen on Facebook or in magazines. […]

Onboarding Favors the Prepared

Carolyn Dorsey | Program Manager | People Factor, LLC “New employees who went through a structured on-boarding program were 58% more likely to be with the organization after three years.” – The Wynhurst Group Does your organization have an onboarding plan? -One that goes beyond getting a new hire’s HR paperwork filled out and leading […]

“Wine Tasting” is not Team Building

Carolyn Dorsey | Program Manager | People Factor, LLC What does your company do for team building events? Do you go bowling? Is going as a group to a cooking class the sum total of the event? Many people in management today believe that these are great activities to build their teams. While these are […]

The Importance of Intentional Culture

Culture and the workplace, why is it important? Ruthie Shellabarger | Strategic Communications Specialist | People Factor, LLC Attracts Talent Potential applicants are constantly looking at your organization. It is crucial to convey an intentional culture opposed to an accidental culture in order to appear strong, positive, organized and competent. These qualities attract applicants not […]