Tag: company culture

Call Center CEO presents “Company Culture” at ATSI 2012

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June 6, 2012 (Willow Grove, PA) – Gary Pudles, CEO & President of AnswerNet, is speaking about a special topic at this year’s ATSI Annual Conference. “Business Culture DNA: Revealing the Right Chemistry” will be an entertaining and educational session on discovering the right mix of tactics to develop a positive company culture. Gary uses real-life examples, pulled from his own experience. “As AnswerNet was growing into the company we know today, I was fortunate to…

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Happy Holidays!

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By Gary Pudles Happy Holidays from everyone at AnswerNet! As 2010 winds down and the New Year fast approaches, I have been thinking a lot about our customers and how grateful we are to do business with them. I also think about how much they entrust us to help their businesses operate smoothly when they are not there. In my business, I could be gone for days and no one would notice. Well, maybe they would…

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T’is ALWAYS the Season at AnswerNet

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T’is the season of giving, caring, sharing and doing good things for other people. So it seemed the perfect time to share our latest website – www.AnswerNetCares.com. The AnswerNet Cares website is dedicated to the efforts of the AnswerNet Cares committee, the good work that has been done by AnswerNet employees, the workings of donor-advised-funds and FJC, the fund managers who administrate AnswerNet Cares donation distribution. As a result of AnswerNet Cares, Gary Pudles received the…

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Everyone Can Lend a Helping Hand

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During tough economic times, non-profit organizations often struggle to raise funds for the causes they support and the efforts of volunteers become even more vital. At AnswerNet,  all employees are encouraged to give back to their communities in any way they can, including volunteering and fundraising to help these admirable organizations. In addition, AnswerNet Cares continues to support causes that are important to employees through donations to non-religious, 501c3 certified organizations that they are involved…

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