Sending an Employee Kit is a great way to reinforce company culture while working remotely. Whether it be new member onboarding, annual celebrations, or a reminder of company resilience - these kit ideas will surely be a great way to virtually align in 2021.We have thousands of items to t every budget, area of impact, and levels of engagement.The way we work has changed.So must the way we engage and connect with employees!
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Self-CareSelf care should be easier at home right? With your kids constantly around, your dogs barking at every leaf, the toilet paper shortage… Consider these products to help alleviate day to day stresses for your employee.
Remote WorkingAccording to an IBM study “54 percent would like [working remotely] to be their primary way of working.” Set your employees up for success, no maer where they are, with one of these kits.
CreativityAllowing the mind to take creative breaks can lead to benecial outcomes for the mind and spirit (and no we don’t mean scrolling through TikTok). These products help promote creativity within your employees and your company.
CulinaryWhether it’s making bread, Dalgona coee, or whatever new Gen Z trend is on the rise - people are baking their way through the quarantine! Stock your employees up with some tools to support the lile chef inside of them!
Outdoor A walk outside never sounded more exciting…studies have shown an increased amount of nature exposure relieves our psychological stress.2 Take care of your employees and our planet with some of these eco-friendly options.
FitnessStaying at home makes every day feel like a rest day. Encourage your employees to work on their health by reminding them they don’t need a gym to work out. Check out some of these products for a tness kit.
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Our VisionOur ValuesOur mission is to use businesstransactions to improve livesand connect communities. At Doing Good Works our business is based on a 10/20/30 model. 10% DONATIONS 20% MENTORING 30% DIRECT HIRES So far in 2020, we have been able to directly impact over 2000 young adults and donated over $93,000 to the foster community.Our vision is for all young people who have experienced foster care to have an equal chance to succeed and feel empowered. When you make a purchase through Doing Good Works, you are helping to create a movement for the foster community to have every resource they need to succeed in life.Be Kind. Love More. Do Good.We never know what others are going through and life is too short to be anything but kind. This is why we stand by our values to Be Kind. Love More. Do Good. Our Mission
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