We help people rise to the occasion and meet the need in their organization. That’s what employee engagement is all about.
We all have the chance to do something good today, and many of us find that opportunity in purposeful work.
The Next Level Performance team gathers every quarter to nominate teammates who live up to the company values.
At Next Level Performance, we’ve been named as an NJBIZ Best Place to Work for the fourth time.
Get quiet, get outside, and don’t get hung up trying to know everything. Sometimes you just have to take the leap. That’s turned out to be some of the best leadership advice I ever got and I think of it often, in our fast-paced workplace and at home.
We recently had a very special guest at Next Level Performance: Trudi. Trudi is a 10-month old German Shepard and she is a service dog in training. She joined us here at the office for a week to learn to be a good corporate citizen. Suffice it to say, many hearts were stolen.
The next generation of workers is graduating college and joining the workforce. Are you ready? Generation Z is on the way!
Next Level Performance has been selected as one of New Jersey’s Best Places to Work by NJBIZ for the fourth year!
Here’s a look at incentive travel – behind the scenes – and all of the people who contribute to the success of every program
The Next Level Performance team gathers every quarter to nominate teammates who live up to the company values. This quarter, we recognize Senior Travel Program Specialist, Lauren Mlinar!
Employees seek fulfillment, opportunity, and recognition for their efforts, not perks. An environment in which people feel recognized, welcomed, and appreciated is key to maintaining a competitive, productive business.
Teams consisting of people with complementary skillsets and perspectives influence progress and business development. Cognitive diversity is key to spotting inefficiencies and improving productivity. Oppositely, teams consisting of similar people continuously operate under the same methodology that has historically worked for them despite changing industry standards, causing them to fall behind competitors.