The New Employee Health Check-up

Once a new employee signs on the dotted line, many hiring managers tend to think the onboarding process is complete and forget the about the long-term employee treatment plan.

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Why Your Voice Matters: Engagement Surveys and their Relevance

In the 8 years we’ve been in business, for almost 7.5 of those years we’ve created engagement surveys for small and medium sized organizations to help businesses understand how their employees are feeling.  We’ve received the opinions from more than 5000 employees and 250+ companies in North America, from companies sized 5 employees to 500 employees.  Our lowest engagement score was just over 20% and our highest topped 97%.

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Introducing (a month late…) Elevated’s Intern

May 1, 2018 we got ourselves an Intern. We probably should stop calling her that since the STEP Program says she’s supposed to be called a Summer Student. Plus she isn’t relegated to demeaning tasks. She actually has a pretty legitimate job (and has been killing it for the last month too!) 

Here’s a look at Paola’s first week with us (and yeah, we know this is a month late…but better late than never!)

My First Week

By: Paola Castillo

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A Bitter Sweet Goodbye

By: Michelle McNutt


Well it’s the end of an era…can an era be 1.5 years? I’m going to say yes…as my ‘Elevated Era’ has a nice ring to it (alliteration will do that) and this will be how I look back on my time here. It all started with a lunch at Teatro…conversation ended with “I don’t like getting married after a first date, but this was gooood!” (Don’t worry, we followed the recruitment process…I met the team and some clients before actually saying “I Do!”, complete with a Tiffany blue box.)

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A Mother’s Day Post

By: Michelle Berg

My mom has and has always had an incredible work ethic. Starting her career with no formal education past high school meant she was going to face some barriers as she fought to climb the corporate ladder. She worked long hours which meant she wasn’t always at my baseball or basketball games or was able to help me with my homework. But I never resented her. It just was the way it was. She never complained and neither did we.

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