A European multinational software corporation has a U.S. headquarters in the northeast for 6,500+ employees. They were facing many of the same challenges their competitors were — future proofing their business, focusing on innovation and retaining their valuable employees.
A European multinational software corporation with 22,000+ employees across nearly 200 global offices, has a U.S. headquarters in the northeast for 6,500+ employees. Despite their 40+ years’ experience in the tech industry, they were facing many of the same challenges their competitors were — future proofing their business, focusing on innovation and retaining their valuable employees.
Their on-site concierge program, critical to employee retention, was not supporting employees’ needs, nor delivering to leadership expectations. To boost retention and improve the employee experience, U.S. leadership sought a new concierge provider with new ideas and a fresh approach.
The Circles solution:
Working with the U.S. leadership team and staying true to their innovative values, Circles developed an on-site work-life balance program that delivered services to 1,200 employees at their regional headquarters. The program included:
Circles work-life balance programs have made a massive improvement to the organization’s employee experience. Program successes to-date include:
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