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Make Time for Co-workers Outside of Work


At our firm, we make time for employees to gather outside of work to enjoy themselves at least two or three times per year.

We’ve been to numerous Braves games, grilled countless hamburgers and hotdogs and enjoyed a beverage or two together. Several employees spent a weekend at Lake Oconee recently.

National workplace expert Lynn Taylor said, “Whether it’s a company picnic, outside meeting, philanthropic, company-sponsored event or business lunch, all these activities allow you to build ‘smart’ camaraderie. They make your work interactions more enjoyable, which in turn boosts productivity: a win-win for you and the company.”

Rob Schulten, New South Construction

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