Tagged: leadership

The Link Between Employee Engagement and Retention

  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 to encourage employee growth. There are many ways to encourage growth including:

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4 Leadership Tips for Uncertain Times

This is week 3 of working from home for us at DAVIS.  Our new normal is still evolving…but let’s be honest it still doesn’t feel “normal.”  Although I must admit, my home office is coming along nicely! Each week I tweak a few things to make it more and more enjoyable! If you didn’t watch the […]

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Creating a Team Cadence for Success

Creating a Team Cadence for Success

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” –Henry Ford Whether you are in sales, recruiting, engineering, or manufacturing, creating a great team environment begins with how you start, spend, and end your days. If you can harness a team’s collective work ethic, effort, and brain power, the results will come. Cadence […]

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DAVIS Companies’ Hilary Gardner, Wins WBJ’s 40 Under Forty

The Worcester Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty Awards honor the rising stars of the Central Massachusetts business community that are excelling in a variety of industries and stepping up as leaders of tomorrow. We are proud to announce that DAVIS Companies own, Human Resource Manager, Hilary Gardner, is being recognized as a #WBJ40Under40 winner! In her […]

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The Importance of Having a Mentor in Your Career

The Importance of Having a Mentor in Your Career

Throughout some of my more recent networking events, I’ve had the opportunity to meet a handful of individuals who have become quite successful in their respective fields. In between discussing what they do for work, where they’re from, or our mutual connections, there was another piece of information that kept coming up in these conversations. […]

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