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Blog | 4 minute read

4 Reasons to Invest in Training NOW

Economic downturns reinforce the need for businesses to develop the people that will help you through those tough times. Improving their skills and investing in their well being will help you create a competent and confident workforce well into the...
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Blog | 3 minute read

A Worksighted Holiday Tradition

The holiday season drips with nostalgia for most of us. Decorating sugar cookies, cinnamon and spice candles, the movie Elf and cheesy potatoes are a few of my traditional nostalgia-triggers. Since coming to Worksighted 3 years ago, I have adopted...
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Wellness @ Worksighted

Here at Worksighted, our wellness team works hard to provide several opportunities for our team members to pursue wellness at work and home! Catering a salad instead of pizza, hosting a zombie-walking challenge, helping with a gym membership, or encouraging walking meetings are just a few of the ways we incorporate holistic wellness into our workplace culture.
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Collaboration & Productivity | 4 minute read

Building a Sustainable Millennial Workplace

 It’s predicted that millennials will make up 35% of the workforce by 2020 and up to 75% by 2030. If companies want to attract and retain the best talent for the future – as well as keep them happy and productive – should they be doing more to shape a millennial workplace that better reflects the expectations and requirements of millennial workers? What would this workplace lo
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Community | 4 minute read

Our Favorite Places to Work Remotely in West Michigan

You’ve lost your motivation. You can’t come up with any good ideas. You are stuck staring at a blank screen with a blinking cursor. Sure, getting up for another stroll through the office could work, except it didn’t the previous nine times. The receptionist is starting to wonder if you are OK. You feel guilty because you work in a beautifully-designed office – people on the outside so want to work here. Cheer up, that’s why third places were invented.
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