Now that 2020 is a thing of the past, it is time to get your organization ready for success in 2021 by keeping up with industry trends and finding out exactly what they will mean for your business. Elevate is proud to be your partner through all the changes and guide you through 2021 […]
Going into what seems like the 784,983th day of the quarantine, all I know is that I am exhausted…and I know I am not the only one! Everywhere you look, the horrors of this pandemic surround us and sometimes, WE JUST NEED TO VENT! So, in an effort to lighten the mood, Elevate has decided […]
Get your remote workforce on the track to success and start tele-working with results! There is no question about it, the number of people working from home increased DRASTICALLY over the past month. With social distancing being the key to slowing down the spread of COVID-19, the CDC recommends that”for employees who are able […]
A Guide for a Productive Performance Review Season for both Managers & Employees The performance review season is just around the corner… And, while this can be an opportunity for employees to share their accomplishments and distinguish themselves from their co-workers, it can also be an extremely trivial time of the year, for both managers […]
Drivers, also known as motivators, are what gets a person out of bed every morning to do the things they do. They are the reason behind the behaviors, the things that essentially make each and every one of us who we are. Sometimes, our most dominant driving forces become overextended and this thing that […]
Taking a Stand for Your People…like Rosa Parks In honor of Black History Month and the individuals who fought for our civil rights, we thought it would be fun to take a look at Rosa Parks and the impact she had on our country. Called “the mother of the civil rights era”, Rosa Parks was […]
Would Martin Luther King Jr. hire a diverse staff if he couldn’t judge a character by the color of their skin?
Would Martin Luther King Jr. hire a diverse staff if he couldn’t judge a character by the color of their skin? As we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. today and the extraordinary feats he accomplished in his time as a civil rights activist, I thought it would be fun to explore what he would […]