Building a Culture that Thrives

Imagine a company that pays for tickets to a Blue Jays game provided that you could gather at least ten work colleagues who would like to share the experience with you. In fact, if ten or more people want to do anything socially together, like paint ball or a movie, the company pays for it. And in the summer, during sandal season, imagine an executive sending an e-mail asking who was interested in having a manicure and pedicure together, then fifteen people meet on a sunny Friday afternoon on the company’s rooftop for their mani-pedi’s and refreshments while getting to know each other better.

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