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Culture | August 18, 2014 by Rebecca Lyon
Giving back to the communities we serve is engrained in the Softchoice culture. Beyond the activities of the company’s employee-led philanthropic initiative, Softchoice Cares, all Softchoice employees are offered two paid volunteer days a year to give back to their communities in support of any cause near and dear to their hearts. 
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Culture | July 30, 2014 by Rebecca Lyon
What defines a company’s culture? Is it being allowed to bring your dog to work? Paid volunteer days? Social beer carts? While all of these examples are benefits of working at Softchoice, a huge part of our award-winning corporate culture is our employee recognition programs. One of our biggest, Softchoice President’s Club, rewards the company’s best of […]
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Culture | July 25, 2014 by Rebecca Lyon
“Right now is a great time to be a woman in tech – but there’s not enough women in tech.” –Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo, on CNET Whether it’s in the design or manufacture of new technologies, or providing solutions and services around the application of those technologies in the enterprise or consumer market, Marissa […]
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Culture | July 24, 2014 by Rebecca Lyon
Women currently account for just 26% of all tech jobs in the US, which makes recruiting more women into technology a hot topic for many organizations in the industry. With more and more women leaving the industry, as opposed to joining it, how can tech companies attract and retain female employees? Answering this question is not easy, […]
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Culture | June 5, 2014 by Rebecca Lyon
Forty-two years ago on June 5, 1972, the United Nations launched its Environmental Program, UNEP, and the first World Environment Day was born. Back then, laptops were simply a perch for small dogs, and all people ever got from a cloud was rain. What hasn’t changed is UNEP‘s mission to spread environmental awareness and everyone’s responsibility […]