The community bank’s CEO calls every new employee, fostering a caring atmosphere where staffers are eager to serve customers.
Friendships provide support and motivation at the office.
With technology making it harder than ever to stop working, some companies have implemented policies that inspire employees to take a break.
The Cambridge online marketing company endures a corporate ethics scandal.
Meditation and other stress-reducing strategies have become popular workplace practices.
Instead of swinging hammers, volunteers are sharing their work skills to help nonprofits with everything from websites to spreadsheets.
The CEO of North Billerica’s Curriculum Associates made the call to boost warehouse and clerical workers’ pay to $15 an hour.
As information piles up, the demand for expert data analysis is rising.
At the touch of a button, a Quincy funeral home gauges employee satisfaction.
From rolling robots to shooting ranges, some employees have it good.
Flowers for new hires, sing-a-longs, and stuffed goats are just some of the traditions at businesses around the region.
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Officials shared secrets to making workers happy at the highest-ranked companies in this year’s Top Places to Work survey.
David Lissy, the chief executive at the global day-care giant, shows new managers that he values them by serving them lunch in his Needham home.
When the Cambridge company was bought by Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. in 2008, the Japanese firm was clear that it wanted to retain Millennium’s talent and capabilities.