Rethinking Company Perks - How to Offer Office Perks at Home

Inquiring minds are asking: is free coffee still considered an employee perk if no one is at the office? 

Gone are the days of weekly catered lunches for many businesses today. So long snack drawers. It was nice knowing you candy dishes with the good kind of chocolate. 

Or do we just need to find a new way to win our employees over in this new work from home era?

Solution: Employee Care Packages 

We've compounded a list of products your employees would love so much they would write you a good review on GlassDoor. We do not endorse incentives for positive GlassDoor reviews... just kidding, yes we do!

1. Snacks. To win most people's affection, it's through the stomach. 

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How to Change Company Culture in 10 Steps

I've gone to conference after conference to listen to speakers talk about how important company culture is to the growth and sustainability of an organization - but I haven't heard anyone really breakdown HOW to do it. Through years of experience working with long-term clients, I've figured out the "HOW":

  1. Benchmark Data: Administer Climate Surveys. Utilizing a 3rd Party might be best to ensure honest and anonymous responses.
  2. HR Audit: Find the flaws. An HR Audit will determine weak areas in compliance and employee management.
  3. HR Corrective Action Plan: Fix it. Once the audit is complete, a detailed corrective action plan is drafted with deadlines of when items should be resolved.
  4. Vendor Analysis: Cut Costs. Re-negotiate or obtain quotes from other companies for high-cost vendors such as payroll and timekeeping, workers compensation insurance, and other software utilities.
  5. Compensation Analysis: Pay Appropriately. Use market data against a position's duties and responsibilities to...
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