Tag Archives: culture

Employee Satisfaction: Boost it with Benefits Based on Value

More than 80% of U.S. workers say their job satisfaction is tied to benefits satisfaction. Some might say that makes an HR director’s job easy—but they’d be wrong.   The reality is employee satisfaction is very much a moving target. In a still-tight job market, HR and benefits teams need to manage an increasingly complex set […]

The Entrepreneurial Journey: How to Keep Learning as a Leader

Sometimes learning means unlearning, especially when it comes to building a growing enterprise. In my company’s 12-year history, reaching a certain level of success hasn’t come without scrapping old processes and building new ones at the right times. To support the growth of our business, it’s been critical for us to recognize not only when processes […]

You’ve Created the Right Culture: Now Keep Listening

One of our co-founders, Peter Saravis, penned a compelling piece on our commitment to what we call The Evive Way. He explained that not only do the pillars on which The Evive Way is based serve as guideposts for our culture, they also permeate what Evivers value—and what we look for in future Evivers. But […]

How to Assemble the Right Team When Starting a Business

The first and most important network every leader must build is their own support system. A strong leadership team includes not just internal managers but also outside advisers who can help the leader keep perspective, identify great opportunities, and execute important ideas. This was a priority for me as I started my business with my co-founder, […]

5 Tips for Fostering a Workplace Culture of Continuous Learning

Changing an industry takes a lot more than a granular focus on the product or service you’re selling. Certainly, you need a skilled team that’s excited about your business, your vision, and the possibilities you see, but your team needs to know you care about their growth, too. In many organizations, growth means having a […]

Wages, Perks, Culture: Why We Need Them All

Competitive salaries and tailored benefits attract great candidates—but companies can do even more to create exceptional employee experiences as they build the workforce they want. It’s called company culture, and it can be the difference between an employer that has to work to find good candidates and the one that star prospects actively seek out. […]