Tag: Executive Feature

More Than Medicine: How St. Jude Has Become a Career Destination for Employees From All Fi…

When you think of hospital employees, It’s only natural to picture doctors and nurses. But as healthcare organizations continue to grow — the BLS expects the industry to add 2.4 million new jobs between 2016 and 2026 — they need top talent from all fields to help them innovate and […]

Billion-Dollar Culture: How Investing in Employees Helped Kronos Triple in Revenue

When it comes to being an amazing workplace, Kronos wrote the book — literally. On the heels of being honored in the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards as a Best Place to Work last year as well as a Top CEO for the third consecutive year, Aron Ain, CEO of Kronos Incorporated, […]

Why Joining Microsoft Canada May Be The Best Career Move You’ll Ever Make

Breathtaking scenery, friendly residents, progressive economic and social policies. These are all excellent perks of living and working in Canada. But now there’s an exciting new reason to move to the second largest country in the world. Microsoft Canada has just won the #1 spot on the Employees’ Choice Awards, […]

Why Southwest Says Soft Skills Reign Supreme

For the tenth consecutive year, Southwest Airlines has been recognized by the Employees’ Choice Awards as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work. Thousands of Southwest employees from Dallas to Des Moines to the Dominican Republic have lauded the company for its opportunities for career growth, exceptional company culture […]

Feedback & Meeting-Free Wednesdays: How Shopify Beats the Competition

“Our employees’ feelings of belonging are not an afterthought at Shopify.” So much for the stereotype that diversity is a recruiting ploy or “nice to have.” According to David King, Shopify’s Director of Employee Experience, Diversity and Belonging, the importance of employee engagement, né belonging, is core to the Canadian-based […]

Listening Between the Lines: The Secret Skill Needed to Dominate the C-Suite

Communication can be hard, especially in the workplace. Sometimes the person speaking can’t distill what’s most important to share; other times, there’s so much information available that it requires the skill of the listener to draw out the takeaways. And often, what a person isn’t saying is important too. The […]