Category: Company Culture

Is this a Good Time to Invest in Talent? Yes!

While organizations are still being impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and the continuation of shelter in place ordinances, there has been a flood of talented individuals that have been impacted through lay-offs, furloughs, and business closures.  For forward-thinking companies, the question being asked is this: How can we position ourselves to take advantage of the […]

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Employee Appreciation Day

Gracias. Merci. Obrigado. Dankeschon. Xiexie. Saum Arkoun. Thank You. DAVIS uses Administrative Professional’s Day to take a moment to thank our employees working at our client sites. In any language, we are very thankful for our contract employees. Their hard work and dedication are appreciated and recognized. In these uncertain times, now more than ever, […]

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Social Distancing: Week 1

It’s amazing what a week can do. I’m not going to lie, this time last week felt much more uneasy. Life was changing rapidly and as someone who likes to get up, workout, get dressed and head to work, my routine for the last two years was over…or so I thought.

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The DAVIS Food Drive

One of our favorite community service events is our food drive – and this year was a big success! This February, DAVIS partnered up with our local food pantry, the Marlborough Community Cupboard, to hold a food drive to support individuals and families experiencing challenges and hardships in our surrounding community. In the true spirit […]

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DAVIS Wins Best of Staffing for the Sixth Consecutive Year

We are humbled and proud to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, DAVIS has won Clearlyrated’s Best of Staffing ®  for both Client and Talent Satisfaction. This award means so much to us because it comes from our people we work with everyday – our clients and consultants! Less than 2% of all agencies in the […]

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Retention = Continual Engagement

Today’s employees need to feel engaged in their work. When engagement stops, employees hit a plateau and start looking for other opportunities. Therefore, employers should pursue a proactive approach in order  to encourage employee retention and growth.

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