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A Look Back at 30 Years of NCI

Posted by Mia Ness on Jul 19, 2016 4:30:00 PM

The years have really flown by! Network Center, Inc. (NCI) has been focused on the cutting edge of technology and networking since its inception in 1986. Currently NCI is a far cry from its early beginnings, now serving 12 states, servicing over 600 customers, and is considered one of the largest IT solution providers in the Midwest. In celebration of NCI’s 30-year anniversary this July, we’re taking a look back through the years and how the business has evolved into the 100% Employee-Owned company that it is today. 

Karl_Kostmann.jpgKarl Kostman (pictured) founded Network Center, Inc. in 1986 as a modest computer service shop out of his garage. The business remained there for two years. However, with business booming and the addition of employees, the need for some extra elbowroom was becoming apparent. In 1988 NCI moved into it’s first commercial location at 1111 Westrac Drive. The company continued to expand and relocated 3 times to larger office spaces within this building. In 1994 NCI moved into the HBA building on 32nd Ave in south Fargo. The following year also marked a milestone when the company reached a total of 20 employees. With a growing workforce and business booming, it wasn’t long before the HBA building started to seem a bit tight.

In 1996 NCI relocated into the 3481 South University Drive office park across the parking lot from where we’re currently located. Three short years later our current building was built, and the company moved into our current space in 1999. In the late 90’s NCI also expanded its reach westward to the area in and around Bismarck, ND. NCI reached 30 employees in year 2000, and over the next 10 years NCI continued to grow in employees and newly offered services. 

IMG_7891.jpgIn 2004, NCI expanded their service area to the Grand Forks area with the purchase of Computerland and over time, hit a total of 45 employees in 2010. The year 2012 marked a huge milestone with 25 years in business. In celebration, the office building underwent a huge renovation that included a major overhaul of the front lobby (pictured on right), new furniture and a repainting of the entire building. The new addition of the Interactive Team also really took off in 2012, expanding the range of NCI services to include websites, software and mobile application development.

Karl Kostman’s long-term goal was to put Network Center, Inc. back in the hands of its employees. After a great deal of time and planning, this dream finally came to realization and NCI became a 100% Employee-Owned company in December of 2014. Following this milestone, Karl stepped down and officially retired from the company leaving it in the capable hands of its employees. The business continued to expand reaching 60 employees in 2015, with even more individuals being added in 2016. Currently, Network Center, Inc. continues to hold a physical presence in Bismarck and Grand Forks, and has recently added St. Cloud to its expanding service area.

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Over the years, NCI has seen a great deal of growth and expansion. With the advent of new technologies we are excited to see what the future holds for this flourishing technology company. Follow the link below to learn more about Network Center, Inc., our core values and what really makes NCI a great place to work.  

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Topics: Company Culture, NCI 30th Anniversary

A Day in the Life - Josh Nikle, Collaboration Consultant

Posted by Mia Ness on May 27, 2016 4:00:00 PM

In a world of fast technology and changing markets, what do people in an IT consulting company actually do? At Network Center, Inc. we engage in responsible innovation, have a relentless dedication to our customers, and most of all - we are committed to our employees. The Day in the Life blog series highlights our employees’ talents, passions, and expertise in all of our departments. Day in the Life has the goal of providing a holistic, behind-the-scenes look of our company.

“A lot of people can install a server, not a lot of people can take care of you. Look for a company that will partner with you and take care of you” - Josh Nikle, Collaboration Consultant 

Josh-Nikle.jpgJosh is a Collaboration Consultant at NCI and has been with the company for a year and half. He studied Industrial Technology at the University of North Dakota. Josh Nikle’s time at Network Center, Inc. has been short compared to the 14 years he has invested in the industry. He is a jack of all trades and enjoys spending his time woodworking, practicing his archery skills and reading. He is also musically talented and plays guitar, tuba, bass and drums.

His typical day at NCI includes working primarily with the website development team and members of the sales team. As a Collaboration Consultant, he doesn’t have a “typical day.” Each new day is filled with different tasks, challenges, and developing new ways to solve problems. Josh’s time is often spent managing 1-3 projects at a time, and he also assists NCI customers with Microsoft products. Josh’s time spent visiting customer sites and collaborating with the business owners and decision makers is his favorite part of his role at NCI.  

At Network Center, Inc. the value of commitment to employees and investing in them to succeed is a priority. Josh describes how NCI does business differently by empowering employees to make decisions and providing them with the right tools to do so. When working in project management and advising customers, he is able to see a project from start to finish with the collaboration of fully-equipped team members. Josh pointed out that NCI hires qualified people, then shows faith in their ability to perform the best work for customers.

Josh described the most challenging part of his position as a rewarding opportunity: seeing how numerous components of one project fit together and then figuring out how best to navigate that complexity. He is adamant about delivering and not letting anything fall to the wayside when working with a client. For Josh, the most rewarding aspect of the project management process is when he sits down with the customer, having them describe the problem they are experiencing and being able to say to that customer, “I can solve that problem.”

Josh impacts the company by broadening the SharePoint offering for customers. He advocates for helpful customer relations when managing projects of the development team. Since Josh has been in the industry for a significant amount of time, he has the ability to share advice and knowledge with customers and give informed recomendations for various products.

The people at Network Center, Inc. are what keep Josh coming back to the office. The atmosphere at NCI is light and allows for a bit of humor amidst everyone’s work and dedication to customers. While working on a project people are eager to jump in and help, promoting a collaborative work-space providing optimal solutions for customers.

As a whole, Josh summarized the IT industry by saying, “a lot of people can install a server, not a lot of people can take care of you.” Essentially, there are a lot of companies that can perform the task, but Network Center, Inc. focuses on dedication to customers in the long run. The best advice for organizations looking to invest in IT services is to find a company that will partner with you, and provide you with responsible innovation that has your best interest in mind.

Lastly, Josh’s fun fact is that he is a beekeeper, the technical term being an apiarist.Apis_mellifera_carnica_worker_hive_entrance_3.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned for more installments to the “A Day in the Life” series; giving you a behind the scenes look at the people behind your project.

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Topics: Company Culture

Day in the Life - Andrew McKenzie, Account Executive

Posted by Kirsten Henagin on Apr 29, 2016 11:30:00 AM

In a world of fast technology and changing markets, what do people in an IT consulting company actually do? At Network Center, Inc. we engage in responsible innovation, have a relentless dedication to our customers, and most of all - we are committed to our employees. The Day in the Life blog series highlights our employees’ talents, passions, and expertise in all of our departments. Day in the Life has the goal to provide a holistic, behind-the-scenes look of our company.

Andrew McKenzie has been with Network Center, Inc. for the last three years as an Account Executive . Andrew graduated from Moorhead State University Moorhead, where he obtained his degree in Communication Studies. When Andrew isn’t at the office, he is a baseball coach and enjoys spending his time outdoors.

“If you spent a day with an account executive at NCI, you’d notice our relationships with customers aren’t just sales focused. We spend time to develop relationships and become a partner, not just a vendor.”

-Andrew McKenzie, Account Executive

The typical day for Andrew is spent working with nearly everyone in the office. The Account Executive role is versatile because they interact with various teams across the organization. You could be working with one department for part of the day and another group for the remainder of the week. Andrew’s role at Network Center, Inc. has a plethora of tasks that get tied into being an Account Executive. It isn’t just cold-calling customers, but also meeting with customers face-to-face and navigating customers needs and goals. For Andrew, the fact that his role is different from day to day and even week to week, provides a sense of excitement and drive to continue to be engaged.AndrewBaseballCoach.jpg

The Account Executive position does primarily serve the company by developing a steady sales pipeline, but this takes on a different level of importance when operating in an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Program). With this kind of organizational structure, the impact the sales team has benefits the most senior employee to the newest hire. To be successful in this role there are key traits to develop and master such as, persistence, resilience, adaptability and tenacity. The team of Account Executives spends a great deal of their time interacting with customers, being a resource for them and seeking to understand their business’ needs. Through these interactions, the information gathered not only helps NCI understand that one specific customer case, but provides knowledge that can turn into a best practice across the organization when helping all customers.

With each new customer and project, and the information and learning acquired as a result, it only adds to how effectively Network Center, Inc. can service and support a wide spectrum of technology. Andrew views NCI’s expansive range of technology services as a key differentiator in the IT industry. The company value of providing responsible innovation is a pinnacle in his mind for how we provide value to customers, not just another gadget. The goal of NCI is to provide solutions to business problems, not to sell a product. 

For Andrew, he is inspired by the fact that NCI is always growing and changing. The dynamic atmosphere, approach to solving business problems, and large array of service offerings help him to stay motivated. When reflecting on when he started at NCI three years ago, he said, “We are constantly revamping our efforts to be as valuable to our customers as possible. It’s a great environment, culture and mentality to be a part of.”Andrew.jpg

Key challenges that face organizations seeking IT services are the adversity of making change (and the risks incurred by said change) and an unfamiliarity with newer technology and how it can improve a company in various capacities. Rightfully so, as a change in a partner or vendor, or utilizing different technology provides a sense of vulnerability and discomfort. Andrew notes that overcoming these adversities, resolving business problems with new technology, and establishing a solid relationship with a new IT partner are rewards that outweight the risks. 

When giving advice to those that are looking for IT services, Andrew encourages customers to ask questions and to never settle. Make sure that the relationship developed with your IT vendor provides value and benefits you, as the customer. When partnering with any IT vendor, you want to find a partner that shares your goals and visions, and operates proactively to help you achieve them. Asking questions is key as the IT world is ever-changing and your partner should be a reliable resource to stay on top of those changes.

In closing, Andrew’s fun fact is that he was born at the same hospital as Will Ferrell. We almost have a celebrity in the house!

Stay tuned for more installments to the “A Day in the Life” series; giving you a behind the scenes look at the people behind your project. Click the link below to browse through other members of the NCI Sales Team.

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Topics: Company Culture, Day in the Life

The Impact of Being a #SocialEmployee

Posted by Mia Ness on Apr 22, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Recently a colleague and I attended a  Business Training Luncheon  on “The Power of Being a Social Employee” A number of excellent points were brought up that I’d like to expand on in this post. In today’s fast-paced society a socially active company has a huge marketing advantage over a business that resorts to more traditional means of distributing information. However, encouraging others to participate in being a social employee is the most difficult step in bridging that digital gap. As in any major shift of perspective, for a change to be successful it must be predetermined by a well-laid out plan to go about tackling the challenge. 

I9KITUHMGZ.jpgSo what is a social employee? A social employee is someone within your organization who is active on social media as an advocate for your business and industry. Social media opens a unique and organic channel of communication between you and your clients, and enables a level of transparency in business that wasn’t achievable before. Some people will participate naturally, where as others might need to be trained how to utilize these tools. Social media is not for everyone, so it’s important to analyze your current situation to determine whether a social employee campaign would be a right fit for the culture of your organization.

What are some benefits of having company of social employees?

  • Allow your company to harness the power of positive word of mouth, and empower employees and clients to be brand advocates.
  • Strive to define brand personality and company culture. Rather than pushing a product, tell a story to hold the viewer's attention. By building a unique personality based around events and community involvement, you can paint a picture of what your organization is all about and ultimately mold a story that results in consistent brand recognition.
  • By staying in touch with followers and actively engaging them in conversation, it builds trust in your brand.
  • Allow you to reach the maximum amount of people with the minimum amount of effort required on your part. 

How would you go about getting people interested?

  • Getting started is the hardest part. Organize a group of people to be social advocates for your brand. Start here, and let this group set the example for the company.
  • Specify the social media channels you want to target. Twitter has become an increasing popular choice for distributing information quickly to large groups of people. Facebook is great too, but as it has evolved over the years, people tend to utilize it more for personal use. LinkedIn is targeted towards businesses, but works very similarly to Facebook. To get updates on a certain organization or individual on a regular basis they must be followed or added to your personal network. Twitter has a far more over-arching presence.
  • Set up goals for your team. Make sure the expectations are well defined and everyone sticks to your plan. Don’t hesitate to help each other out and work together as a team. The more people tweeting and posting away, the more powerful the plan.
  • Provide training sessions for the team and make sure the rest of the company is welcome to join in too. This is great for people who are interested in participating, but might not be 100% comfortable with social media platforms. Show them how easy it is and share your team’s goals and expectations.
  • Brainstorm as a company on promotional ideas and upcoming events. Use this as a guide to create a strategy for your social media plan.

So let’s say you’ve gone through the steps. You have a plan established and team is utilizing social medias outlets to promote your company. How do you keep the fire lit and permanently transform your organization into an effective team of social employees? It’s easy to get motivated for a new idea, but it’s only worth it if you have an effective plan in place to make sure the campaign sticks long-term. 

  • Encourage employees to take advantage of photo-1434123700504-d8cfba6a12c8_1-1.jpeg“dead time.” Time you’re waiting for a meeting, standing on the elevator, or waiting in line for your morning coffee at the coffee shop would all be great examples of “dead time.” It only takes a couple seconds to share a post, and people are often in the habit of checking social media throughout the day anyways. Rather than reprimanding people for being on social media, encourage them to be a  at least once a day.
  • Have your social media team meet on a regular basis to plan posting for upcoming events.
  • Take advantage of tools like Hubspot (http://www.hubspot.com/) or Hootsuite (hootsuite.com) for pushing content out to social media channels. Going to each outlet individually is time-consuming. Streamline it as much as possible by using a tool that pushes your desired content out to all connected platforms.
  • Run paid campaigns! Social Media outlets are some of the most effective methods of advertising. A mere $1 per day can give you an upwards of 1000 impressions with complete control over of the demographics, allowing you to target very specific audiences.

Take a moment to think about how your company utilizes social media. Are you currently acting as a social employee to increase brand awareness? Taking steps to convert people into active social employees can have a hugely positive impact on your organization and how it's portrayed to the public. 

For an example of how NCI utilizes a social media strategy, click the button below to visit the resources section of our website. It acts a hub for our social media presence collecting posts from Twitter, Facebook, and our blog into one easily accessible spot.

Happy posting!

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Topics: social media marketing, social media, Company Culture, Branding

Day in the Life - Jeff Bolstad, Help Desk Technician

Posted by Kirsten Henagin on Apr 1, 2016 10:30:00 AM

In a world of fast technology and changing markets, what do people in an IT consulting company actually do? At Network Center, Inc. we engage in responsible innovation, have a relentless dedication to our customers, and most of all - we are committed to our employees. The Day in the Life blog series highlights our employees’ talents, passions, and expertise in all of our departments. Day in the Life has the goal to provide a holistic, behind-the-scenes look of our company.

“Trust that who you are working through [for IT solutons] has your best interest, and don't expect the cheapest solution to be the best.” – Jeff Bolstad

Jeff Bolstad, Help Desk Technician, has been with Network Center, Inc. (NCI) for five years. Jeff attended Valley City State University, and he has been in the information technology industry for a total of nine years. Jeff spends his free time computer gaming, specifically Dungeons and Dragons. Jeff is rarely caught without his computer, but when he is offline he enjoys reading fantasy novels, fishing, gardening, and spending time with his Rottweiler-Labrador mix. 

20150829_162319.jpgJeff is often the first one to arrive at the office, which his favorite aspect of his day. He enjoys starting the day in the stillness of a quiet morning. The early morning is an opportunity for him to get organized and prepared for the day before customers start calling. He ensures that the Support Center is up and running, and checks for new tickets. Throughout the day, he takes calls from customers to support their company’s success and resolve issues.

Network Center, Inc. takes a team approach to solving problems and providing the best services to customers. For example, Jeff collaborates and coordinates with Sean Todd, Director of Managed Services, to distribute resources and assign tickets throughout the department. He interacts with a number of people over the course of the day, mostly customers, but also other team members to assist with various service help tickets.

Jeff’s role could be perceived as transactional for the company because his time is billable to the customer, however that assumption would be incorrect. His impact goes beyond the interaction and time spent assisting customers. His success in serving customers furthers the trust built between the various accounts he serves, the Support Center team and NCI as a whole. Dedication to customers is one of the core values of the company, and the Support Center team lives and breathes that value every day.Jeff-pic-1.jpg

According to Jeff, NCI has more resources at its disposal when assisting customers. Services are managed between departments to create a collaborative and holistic approach to solving problems for customers. Jeff feels that NCI is perceptive and can readily recognize customer needs, then can take a proactive step in resolving issues.

For customers to be successful, Jeff stressed “Trust that who you are going through [for IT solutions] has your best interest, and don't expect the cheapest solution to be the best.”

Overall the company’s laid back atmosphere has hooked Jeff into always coming back to the office. He enjoys being surrounded by people determined to do their best for the customer every day. He appreciates that the company places a priority on investing in technical education for its employees. Cutting edge technology continues to surface and evolve in the IT industry, and through connections with customers he is able to stay up-to-date with the latest trends.

Lastly, a fun fact about Jeff is that while his knowledge of the IT industry and technology is widespread and global, he has not yet stepped foot on an airplane.  

Stay tuned for more installments to the “A Day in the Life” series; giving you a behind the scenes look at the people behind your project.

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Topics: IT Solutions, IT support, Company Culture, Day in the Life

Day in the Life - Corey Stoner, Network Systems Analyst

Posted by Kirsten Henagin on Mar 18, 2016 10:00:00 AM

In a world of fast technology and changing markets, what do people in an IT consulting company actually do? At Network Center, Inc. we engage in responsible innovation, have a relentless dedication to our customers, and most of all - we are committed to our employees. The Day in the Life blog series highlights our employees’ talents, passions, and expertise in all of our departments. Day in the Life has the goal to provide a holistic, behind-the-scenes look of our company.

“In the short time I have been here, I have learned more about IT than I have in my whole career.” – Corey Stoner, Network Systems Analyst

Corey Stoner, Network Systems Analyst, hails from University of Mary with a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Management. He has been with Network Center, Inc. (NCI) for the last four and a half years. However, his exposure in the industry goes back to his first internship in 1999 – seventeen years ago.  His favorite pastimes include barbequing, hunting, fishing – and pretty much, anything outdoors.

For Corey, each day is different at NCI. He has a core set of clients that he spends the majority of his time assisting. He time consists of a combination of tasks ranging from fixing issues to attending sales meetings with potential or existing customers. Training Microsoft Cloud and Azure products are staple jobs for Corey. Other tasks include implementation planning, and according to Corey fixing “the whole gambit.”

Corey1.pngIn a typical day, he works with customers, small companies (3-4) to large companies (100+). These customer situations vary in the number of people he will be working with on an implementation. For example, a smaller customer will have one onsite person that has a technical focus. However, in a larger customer site he could be working with five other IT people. Office 365 migrations are a common task Corey performs, some of which are hybrid integrations with over 100 mailboxes. These processes can vary in length depending on magnitude and intricacy, but on average from start to finish approximately a few weeks to a month is a typical process. 

When reflecting the favorite part of Corey’s day he said, “When the customer is happy.” He likes seeing the whole plan come together and having that plan work for a customer. The role that Corey holds at NCI directly impacts customers. He is now transferring into a role with more design and planning work for projects to ensure success and timeliness. He also helps the sales team when serving customers. 

Corey revered NCI’s differentiator within the market with the following statement, “We do things that are right for the customer, not just trying to sell things.” The emphasis NCI places on customer service is lived by our employees every day with the company’s value of dedication to all customers.

Corey_Muskie_2.pngComing back to the office every day isn’t hard for Corey because of the people that surround him at the office. There is a strong team aspect when serving customers. The satisfaction provided to customers would not be attainable if the NCI team members were working alone.

What are some words of advice Corey has for customers looking for IT services? He thinks customers should approach IT services how you would look at hiring a contractor or an electrician. You are hiring someone that knows more about something than you and that you need help with. This allows for the hired professionals to take care of the details you may not understand, and they make sure it is done well.  

While at NCI, Corey has been able to see how good businesses run and how to do business the right way. “In the short time I have been here, I have learned more about IT than I have in my whole career,” Corey said.

Lastly, a fun fact about Corey is that he has an identical twin brother, that only a handful of people have met.

Stay tuned for more installments to the “A Day in the Life” series; giving you a behind the scenes look at the people behind your project.

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Topics: Company Culture, Day in the Life

The Positive Impact of Company Culture on your Business

Posted by Mia Ness on Dec 31, 2015 12:30:00 PM

Company culture is extremely important for any successful company. But what does that really mean? Why does a saidCorporateCup.jpg “culture” make such a difference in today’s corporate world?

A company culture is essentially the values and practices shared by the members of the group. In other words, how employees strive to live by a business’ core values.

Studies show that companies with an adaptive culture that is aligned with their business goals routinely outperform their competitors and have a lower turnover rate. According to an article from entrepreneur.com, “A Columbia University study shows that the likelihood of job turnover at an organization with rich company culture is a mere 13.9 percent, whereas the probability of job turnover in poor company cultures is 48.4 percent.” (http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/238640)

But in order to achieve results like this for your organization, you have to first determine what your culture is and what you want it to be. Once that is established you can promote, and put that culture into practice.

Company cultures can evolve over time, but it’s important to look at the core fundamentals of your business. What traits really make your company successful? Here at Network Center, Inc. There are 3 main values that are a constant across our entire organization.

Commitment to Employees
We invest in our employees, enabling them to attain a deeper understanding of our products and stay up to date with new and evolving technologies on a broader scale. We feel our employees should always be a top priority, and we strive to celebrate individuals, teamwork, and their great achievements within the business. Ultimately we understand that our employees are at the core of our culture and we believe that if we have happy employees, then our customers will be happy too. A happy employee-base sets a stable foundation for any successful company no matter what the industry.

Dedication to Customers
Of course you can’t have a successful business without customers! This goes hand in hand with our first core value. WhenDedication_to_Customers_nVision.jpg you have employees that care about their work, they will in turn take great care of your customers. Great customer service creates loyal, passionate customers that keep coming back because they enjoyed their experience working with you.

Our employees understand our products and take the time to really get a good idea of a customer’s needs. By doing this we can better ascertain what solution best fits their needs, and come up with a viable solution that successfully fulfills that need within their budget. When our certified technicians find that perfect solution, we take pride in doing whatever it takes to ensure our clients stay up and running no matter what the project may be. The result of exceptional customer care is a solid, long-standing client relationship. Customers have a peace of mind because they know they will receive a high level of quality support, and know they will be working with familiar faces time and time again.

Responsible Innovation
Finally, we focus on improving efficiency and effectiveness of our customers' business processes through the implementation of well thought-out solutions. The entire company is open to new ideas. If someone has a concept that’s either going to help us do our jobs better, or help our customers’ businesses function more efficiently, the company is 110% supportive of promoting and utilizing those ideas. Continued education and updated certifications are a necessity in staying up to date in today’s fast-paced technology landscape. You can be confident that our employees are knowledgeable in their field and will go to lengths educating themselves on a new topic to better help you as a customer.

Here are a few tips to help you build a culture you want to promote:

1. Core Values You may already have a list of core values for your business. If not, try to come up core values that promote a healthy employee and customer experience. Those core values will give your employees direction and help shape your culture.

2. Teamwork Environment You see the posters promoting it all the time. But what does teamwork really boil down to? Your employees should be comfortable enough with each other to ask for help when it’s needed. Encourage positive work relationships between your employees. Create events that help break down barriers between employees, and make sure your employees have a reasonable workload to give them a little extra time to help their peers if needed.

3. Social Events Besides the normal yearly holiday party and maybe a summer picnic, create social events to help CommunityInvolvement.jpgbring your employees together. A competitive chili cook-off, or a Star Wars themed lunch with a costume contest are just a few fun ideas to toy with. Including clients in your social events can also promote a positive culture for your employees and customers. Maybe a day at the ballpark, or an evening at the art gallery can get people out of the work environment and give them a chance to mingle.

4. Community Involvement – Getting employees involved in the community is also a great way to build a strong foundation of teamwork while contributing to a beneficial cause. Encourage your employees to get involved in various community organizations they are interested in and contribute as a company. Plan events where employees have the option to participate in a community event for a few hours during the work day. Donating blood, volunteering at a local food bank, homeless shelter, or fundraising for a school supply drive are all great ideas for getting employees involved without taking away any of their own free time. Ask people what they're interested in and create a monthly or bi-monthly plan for giving back to your local community. 

5. Spirit Awards Your employees like to know when they are doing a great job. One way to show that is with spirit Commitment_to_Employees.jpgawards. Give them a chance to be recognized and rewarded. At Network Center, we reward employees that display our core values by using a nomination system. Employees can nominate their peers when they exemplify one or more of our core values. We also recognize employees for milestone years of service. Here at Network Center, Inc. we take pride in employee retention and reward individuals for their dedicated years of service to the company. 

Here at Network Center, Inc. our employees are always striving to live by our core values. When you work with us you can be confident that we care about you as a customer and that we’ll give our all to insure your project results in success.

If you’d like to share your company’s core values, or share your success stories, please comment below. To learn more about Network Center, Inc., check out our website at www.netcenter.net and browse the many technology solutions we offer. You can also stop by anytime in-person to get a first-hand look at our culture in action.

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Topics: core values, Company Culture

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