As Thanksgiving is around the corner, we at Nextep pause to reflect on the various things for which we and many other small and medium-sized businesses can be grateful.
A company’s most valuable asset is usually its people. To that end, there are several ways we as a company can not only protect that investment but give back and enrich the lives of our employees throughout their employment experience by providing them with the best chances of success.
We’re incredibly proud and protective of our company’s culture at Nextep. Every big decision we make has the underlying question, How can we preserve our culture during this change? To that end, we incorporate things such as free-flowing gourmet coffee, themed weeks of fun, monthly state of the company meetings, ethics and customer service meetings, employee-led training, leadership development, and much more.
Companies face hardships. It’s a reality of being in business. Sometimes, were lucky enough to get through the hardships unscathed, but there are times that can really challenge a company and its people. Nextep, in particular, is extremely grateful for the support we’ve received from our employees and their families, our clients, and the community during our own times of hardship in the past. Surviving makes you stronger.
We’re also extremely grateful for the things people do every day at and beyond work. We’ve had the opportunity to recognize three of these people this week and invite you to read their stories and offer your congratulations.
For human resource guidance on enriching the lives of your employees, please contact Nextep’s HR team.