“Aquent looked at how it was spending its money and decided to reinvest back into the company.” Chelsey Hasha Hershey / Regional Director, Aquent
As part of its plans to adopt a remote work policy for all of its employees, Aquent is not renewing the leases on 35 offices across the country, including its office space in Dallas. To help with the transition to fully remote work and keep its employees connected, Aquent is creating morale boosting and engagement programs. They also hired a head of culture and community, a newly created position, who is helping to implement the work from home policy and create ways for employees to engage and connect. According to Chelsey Hasha Hershey, Regional Director, “Prior to the pandemic, our jobs were siloed in terms of supporting the region that we're in. And now during the pandemic, we’ve had opportunities to collaborate with our colleagues around the globe.”
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Committed to making games more accessible.
Aquent Games talent, Brandon Cole works to make games accessible to the blind and visually impared.Source: Bloomberg
Aquent’s, John Chuang, joins CNBC panel on the future of work.
A discussion around The Education Evolution: Building a Better Business.Source: CNBC
Some companies return to the office. Aquent to remain 100% remote.
COVID-19’s summer surge resulted in fewer workers returning to the office. Still, some companies are leasing more space.Source: The Los Angeles Times