The Importance of Cultivating Relationships at Work

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Lisa Calick Just as maintaining solid relationships among family and friends is vital to a sense of well-being in our personal lives, building relationships is also critical for success in the workplace. A LinkedIn study revealed that 46 percent of professionals around the world believe that their friendships at work play an important role in their overall happiness. These bonds are particularly significant to millennials, who are more likely than older generations to share highly personal details about... read more.

Ignite Passion and Inspire Others: Becoming a Transformational Leader

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Andrea Saenz Being a leader often comes with great responsibilities and rather high expectations to maintain. We are often our own worst critics, as we feel an arduous pressure to perform. But, what we fail to do at times, is to take a moment to pause and reflect—look introspectively and ask ourselves, “Why am I in a position of leadership? What can I bring to the table? What are some short and long-term goals that I would like to see accomplished in my own personal growth as a leader,... read more.

Why Leaders Need to Create a Compelling Vision

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Kim Bustamante When it comes to the corporate environment, leadership vision should be far-sighted. It requires the ability to see beyond the day-to-day realities of business to determine where the company is intent on going, then finding an effective way to share that image with your team. Beyond the day-to-day All businesses can get caught up in daily operations. There are client needs to be met, supplies to be ordered, bills to pay and new relationships to build and defend. It can be a chaotic envi... read more.

The Internship Experience: A Peek Inside the Lives of Four Wiss Tax Interns

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Danielle Patton For many young professionals, an internship cements the foundation for a prosperous business career. When immersed in this unparalleled experience, an internship can offer tremendous knowledge from beyond the lecture hall: evolving your academic ambitions, strengthening your network, and assisting you in acquiring valuable tools that can be used throughout your profession. But when undertaking this occupation, what can a young professional expect? Four tax interns from our very own firm... read more.

How to Foster Employee Motivation and Engagement

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of employee motivation and how they shape employee engagement  By Kim Bustamante “Highly engaged employees make the customer experience. Disengaged employees break it.” -Timothy R. Clark When you think about the most passionate people you work with, who comes to mind? Employees who seek to continually learn new things? Drive innovation? Take on additional responsibilities? These are your most engaged workers. They drive the organization forward and build y... read more.

Accommodating the Millennial Mindset and Bridging the Gap

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Wiss Associate If you’ve been working for quite a while, you know how things went when it came to accommodating new generations in the workplace. The newbies watched and learned from their wise elders, creating informal mentorships. Recent college grads paid their dues and worked their way through the ranks before gaining more authority. That’s how things have worked since … well, forever. And then came the digital age, and the balance of power tilted.   These are millenni... read more.

Millennials: One word to describe us, but we're not all the same

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Abby Blecker, Former Marketing Intern The term "millennial" is not only a noun pertaining to a specific age group, but a trending buzzword that has been permeated with assumptions about personal preferences in our interests, career goals, and culture. I have personally come to dislike the word, as I find I am continually lumped into a large group almost solely based on age.  I have found our age dictates an assumed culture we all want to have in our working life.  However, a much wider and br... read more.

Miracle on the Diamond - A Wiss Softball Tale

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Jim Gerhard In the now famous 1980 Winter Olympics, the United States Olympic Ice Hockey Team played host to the Soviet Union Nationals. The Soviet team arrived in Lake Placid riding the tailwind of four consecutive Gold Medals, dating all the way back to 1964. At the time of the 1980 Winter Games, the Soviets hadn’t placed anything below 1st in nearly two decades.  In contrast, the US National hockey team consisted of amateur and collegiate players that coach Herb Brooks scrabbled together... read more.

When I Came to America: A Kickball Tale

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Connor Doyle Walking into the Indoor Sports Pavilion in Randolph, you could just tell there was a different atmosphere. The air was crisper, water fountain water was colder, and the staff was more indifferent than I’ve ever seen them in my 5 year history with the building. Sporting our overused-yet-still-trendy “Keep Calm and Kick Balls” slogan t-shirts, Wiss was loose and in high spirits. Some of us reminisced on years previous and fallen teammates, others went out to practice some ki... read more.

How to Assimilate Millennial Employees into your Workplace Culture

By Wiss, Posted in Workplace Culture

By Wiss Associate  This year, the 34-and-under generation will surpass baby boomers as the largest slice of the U.S. population — and they are a steadily growing segment of the business startup class. As their influence expands in entrepreneurial America, it becomes important to understand how they differ from the boomers and Generation X workers who preceded them.  Studies have shown that millennials want to think of their work lives as furthering a purpose, not just bringing home a paych... read more.

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