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Culture and Creativity

What is an Open, Engaged Culture?

Employee engagement in the U.S. has remained stagnant in recent years. According to a 2015 Gallup study, only 32 percent of U.S. workers were considered "engaged" in their jobs. More than 50 percent of employees were "not engaged," while another 17 percent were "actively disengaged." At GL group, we consider an employee to be engaged when they are actively involved in their work as it relates to other teams and the overall organization. Someone who comes in and sits in a cubical from 9-5 isn...

Continuing Education with Tuition Advancement

One of the ways we're committed to making our employees' professional and personal well-being a priority is offering them WOW! Benefits that enrich them in all areas of their lives. Continuing education is important to many of our employees. According to a 2015 survey by International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, 83 percent of companies offer some form of educational assistance. GL group is proud to offer our employees a tuition advancement program. GL group employees who want to cont...

Take a Vacation: Your Boss Will Thank You!

According to Project: Time Off, 55 percent of American workers left vacation time unused in 2015. This adds up to 658 million unused vacation days! On top of that, U.S. workers forfeit 222 million of the 658 million unused vacation days because these days couldn't be rolled over or paid out. They are just lost! Giving and making sure employees take vacation is important. A commitment to helping employees maximize their vacation starts from the top down. At GL group we make sure that employees ...

Make Waves at Your Job

Some people will read that headline and think, "I don't want to make any waves at work. I like to keep my head down and just do my job." But at GL group, we've found that people who make waves stand out positively and get things done. We have a culture of empowerment and we want employees in all areas of the business to act and think and act like an owner. In fact, we specifically ask them to do so. We are not looking for someone to come in and perform a "job" but rather, someone to get involv...

Why We Get Back to Applicants in 48-Hours, Not 4 Weeks

Anyone who's ever interviewed for a job knows the routine: You send in your resume and then wait to hear back about an interview. Once you schedule an interview, you prepare, you wait, make a list of questions, figure out how you might answer the prospective employer's questions, and try to calm your nerves. When the interview is over you wait to hear back about whether or not you got the job. Are you seeing a common thread? There's a lot of waiting! Waiting is, of course, a normal part of life...

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