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How to Create a Spirit Week to Engage Your Employees

One of my favorite activities to plan is our annual C.A. Short Company Spirit Week. Sure, it may sound childish, but creating a Spirit Week for your employees has big benefits! Similar to a Spirit Week that is often held at high school's surrounding Homecoming festivities, our take on Spirit Week allows our employees to amp up their creativity, raise awareness regarding causes that C.A. Short Company is proud to support, and strengthen the bond of our employees. More, we tie our Spirit Week with an exciting, company-wide event. In 2015, our event was tied to our fundraising for the Relay for Life - Cleveland County Shelby for 2016.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Employee Engagement Strategies

C.A Short Company Takes on a Gastonia Grizzlies Game!

On Saturday, June 13th, 2015, C.A. Short Company invited all of their Shelby, North Carolina employees and their families to attend a Gastonia Grizzlies Baseball Game on us!  Employees and their families enjoyed ballpark food, summer fun, kid zone craziness, and time away from work to hang out with their co-workers and families.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Employee Engagement Strategies

Taking a Hawaiian Vacation from Our Day-to-Day Wardrobe!

At C.A. Short Compay, we're always coming up with new and fun ways to engage our employees, and we pride ourselves on taking a break from the norm!  

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Employee Engagement Strategies

Jim Barr's Retirement After 35 Years with C.A. Short Company

After 35 years (and 3 months) of service, Jim Barr retired from C.A. Short Company on December 30, 2014.  Over the course of his tenure, Jim ran the warehouse, directed HR and lead both the CAMs and the Independent Sales Reps. It is safe to say that he has seen it all.

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Topics: Employee Recognition, Employee Recognition Strategies

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