Growing Company Keeps Turkey-Giving Tradition Alive
For many people, the holidays are all about gathering together to spend quality time with family. A family-owned company founded over 50 years ago with just 35 employees, that has grown to over 15,000 employees in the U.S., has been showing gratitude for its employees by providing the centerpiece to their families’ holiday gatherings: a Thanksgiving turkey.
Manufacturer Finds Easy Way to Show Appreciation for Essential Employees
Flour, sugar and butter might seem like the most essential ingredients for a baking manufacturer, but it’s really the people who work there that ensure the business’s success. Recognizing the importance of its hardworking, essential associates, a leading manufacturer of baking products wanted to implement a process to express gratitude to them on Employee Appreciation Day in March — especially as they continued to work so hard during the COVID-19 pandemic — and throughout the year.
Government Health Service Promotes Public Health Programs With Unique Incentive
For communities to thrive, the people who live in them need to be housed, clothed and cared for. To promote public health in the communities it serves, a large government health service runs unique, confidential programs that each serve up to 1,000 participants each year. The programs provide support and incentivize vulnerable populations to complete certain tasks, like participating in a study, going to a doctor appointment, taking medication and following a treatment plan.
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