Tags » Workplace Culture

Texas Monthly Names PCI #1 Medium-Sized Company in Texas

Sharing the Love! The most wonderful thing has happened here at Publishing Concepts.  Our associates have been honored by the Texas Association of Business and Texas Monthly Magazine as the Number 1 Best Mid-Sized Company in the State of Texas.  117 more words




What kind of City knocks back locally designed, international award winning bicycle racks when they’re not going to cost us a cent?

I (along with thousands of others) was dismayed to read the April 1st story in the Geelong Advertiser about our rejection of free bike bollards from the local Barrier Group. 547 more words


8 Traits of Successful & Happy Leaders

Over the course of the last 15 years, I’ve worked with hundreds of successful leaders and interviewed thousands of executives for leadership positions in government. The people who resonate with me and my clients most are those who are both successful… 620 more words

In The News

PCI - Best Company to Work for in Texas!

“Hi everyone!

March 31st, 2015, was a VERY big day for PCI!  We were named the #1 Medium-Sized Best Company to Work for in Texas… 314 more words

Workplace Culture

Why checking email after work is bad for your career - and health

This article is published in partnership with Money.com. The original version can be found here.

By Donna Rosato @RosatoDonna

The availability of smartphones and tablets has made it easy and common to check email anytime, anywhere: 59% of American workers say they use their mobile devices to do work after normal business hours, according to… 637 more words


The ultimate sign you’re working for a great company

Fortune’s annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list provides useful insights into how we collectively view corporate culture. Most of us flip through the pages or click through the screens hovering over pictures and blurbs highlighting gourmet chefs, nap rooms, yoga instructors and other signifiers of “great” workplaces. 1,474 more words


NCBI Leads Trainings at Serve Montana Symposium

NCBI Missoula trainers, Kim Spurzem and Ben Mincks, recently traveled to Montana’s Capital to lead two workshops on Building Inclusive Work Environment’s at the Serve Montana Symposium. 100 more words