RecogNation: An Employee Recognition Blog

Welcome Amy: Guest Blogger, Career Development Diva, and Writer Extraordinaire!

I met Amy in the virtual world when she expressed interest in our "Can We Talk" RecogNation issue. After a bit of not creepy at all stalking on LinkedIn, I discovered that she has a wonderful collection of articles that she’s written that resonated with me and with the Baudville message. I also learned that Berkeley College, where Amy serves as Assistant Vice President of Career Services and Alumni Relations, uses Baudville products for its customer service initiatives. Sweet!

Her credentials include more than 30 years of experience in the fields of recruiting and career services. She joined Berkeley College in 2009 as Director of Alumni Placement and was promoted to her current position in June of 2014. In this role, Amy oversees all alumni and career development needs, including skill development, resource support, and conflict resolution.


Making a Difference: It’s What I Do!

National Make a Difference Day is just around the corner! October 25th marks the largest national day of community service. What are you going to do to celebrate?


Meet Andrea: A New Mom and Adoptive Parent Shares Her Story

Hello, readers! This is a special edition of our "Getting to Know the Baudville Team" interview series. What's special about it? Well, Andrea, a member of our outbound sales team and Baudvillian since 2007, has something pretty exciting going on and we think it is definitely share-worthy!


Want to Make Your Year-End Party Merry and Mishap Free?

The last time my Content Task Force got together, it was warm enough to meet outside, but, funny enough, our conversation was all about winter holidays. Our customers wanted to know when our popular Spinner Ornaments and other year-end employee gifts would be available, and our readers were talking about how to handle the holidays in the workplace.


Are Your Employees Starving for Feedback?

A friend of mine, who's a teacher, just wrote a post about how distracted his students are when it comes to their phones: always looking for the next Snapchat blip or Instagram follower or Facebook like. I read this and all I could think was: look around! It's not just your students, it's nearly everyone—from adolescents to middle-aged adults. It's true: so many of us are walking around face-down waiting for affirmation.




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