In this post I go over a job description I found on Indeed. A company called Clio in Vancouver is a leader in values for both their customers and employees. The position is called “Employee Experience Coordinator” and it will soon be commonplace in companies if they want to survive in this talent driven world.
In the second part of this two part blog post, I outline what needs to be added to your skill set in order to stick out above the rest as an EEC.
Promoting your party internally is no different than promoting elsewhere. In this post, I show how I got the company’s attention with audio impact.
This post is less about hockey, but more about building a company team. I go above and beyond what is expected. You really do reap the rewards with your employees when you get everyone involved, even people who don’t play ON the team.
For a good time and for a good cause, here’s the story on how I promised to place A Thinking Ape on the podium in two weeks at TGT17.
And the Donut Dates don’t stop. This time I was chillin’ with Matt Anderson! Killer programmer. He’s a board game lover and ale aficionado. Check out what I did to have an awesome donut date.
At A Thinking Ape, we had a social meetup program called “Donut Dates”. It’s a plugin used in a chat app called Slack that links people in the office together that usually don’t interact with each other on a day to day basis. The idea is to go have a coffee or donut with them to get to know them. I take it a step further and do an informational interview with a colleague so she can leave with a very personalized Donut Date gift.
Sometimes a wall just needs a dash of…. EPIC. Twelve foot decal to spice up the hallway? No problem. Cut it, mask it, apply it (extremely straight and balanced) Big T Style. Oh yeah, then make a video.