Locally, employers that made Newsday’s top Long Island Workplaces list said they use many methods to engage and reward staff that don’t break the bank.
Culture Committee at CMM
Ronkonkoma-based law firm Campolo, Middleton & McCormick promotes engagement by offering weekly training sessions where staff members train other employees in different areas; a mentoring program in which associates are mentored by partners; and a monthly development meeting for associates where they meet with Managing Partner Joe Campolo, says Director of Communications Lauren Kanter-Lawrence.
“A lot of suggestions and programs have come out of that meeting,” she says.
A “culture committee” also brainstorms about programming and events that would be motivating and engaging, including monthly team luncheons and ice cream socials. In addition, the firm has a charitable arm, CMM Cares, through which employees can get involved in volunteering, says Kanter-Lawrence.
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