Eager to get back to travel after being grounded for several months during the COVID-19 lockdown, on June 25, I flew from Chicago O’Hare airport to Charleston for a getaway on Folly Beach.
A US bank with 5,000 employees wanted to increase meaningful recognitions to team members who were asked to change how they did business to support social distancing.
The lessons in the business marketplace are clear and consistent: companies emerge strong when they continue smart marketing and advertising during crises, recession, and downturns.
During New Jersey’s Stay at Home Order, I’ve been getting our groceries through Instacart. The Instacart shoppers generally have done a good job and provided a service that has helped my family stay well during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’ve had a recession every decade for a half-century. The last one, bad enough to earn the title of The Great Recession. The one we’re in now, reaching Depression-level metrics. With no end in sight.
It’s always complicated to plan for incentive travel and events, but these days it’s even more challenging. That’s why you need experienced, professional travel planners now, more than ever.
Please meet Kolleen Whitley, a Sr. Travel Program Manager at Next Level Performance. We were pleased to interview Kolleen, in conjunction with SITE Northeast, regarding her selection as a SITE Northeast USA Member Spotlight.
“We are proud to welcome Lance Thompson as our newest addition to the NXL Sales Team!” said Dave Dittman, President, Next Level Performance.
Next Level Performance is innovating with new ideas and technologies for virtual meetings and events and recognition platform improvements.
Meet Alicia Bligen, ICU Nurse at a New Jersey hospital providing acute care. Alicia is a sister of one of our valued employees at Next Level Performance. That is how we were able to get a one-on-one interview during this, the most severe healthcare crisis in 100 years.
These moments from the 4th Annual Women Fighting Hunger Luncheon on March 6, 2020 to benefit the The Community Food Bank of New Jersey remind us that it is vital to serve not only our clients, but also our community.
Our world’s response to the Coronavirus Pandemic is inspiring. “Flattening the curve” has helped slow the spread and preserve precious medical supplies so that healthcare institutions are not overrun. “Social Distancing” is the right response.