The holiday season is right around the corner. If you're in a pinch and looking to host a virtual company holiday party, have no fear. We have some tips to make your gathering a success!
With September coming to a close, it's time to start thinking about the company events you're going to host for the rest of the year. We're living in a world where in-person connection at work isn't always possible, so it's important to ensure that any moments you share with your co-workers are meaningful (and fun)!
Looking for event ideas to help foster connection among your colleagues? We invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 4 for our Virtual Fall Event Showcase — a fun, stress-free way to explore your virtual event options, start thinking about what your holiday party might look like this year, and kickstart your planning process.
Hispanic Heritage Month is a month-long celebration beginning September 15 and an opportunity to celebrate the diverse culture, rich history, and contributions made by Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Looking for ways to celebrate? We're here to help! Take some time as a company to connect and learn through one of these event ideas.
Is your company looking for a new, creative way to get employees out of the office? Look no further than a ZogCulture City Hunt!
When was the last time you kicked back and relaxed?
We all know what happens during our typical 9-5. We answer emails, tackle long to-do lists, attend meetings, and try our best to help our company reach its goals. When it’s time to log off for the day, what do you do for yourself from 5-9?
In honor of National Relaxation Day on August 15th, we’re sharing some ways to feel calm, cool, and collected during your time off the clock.
Ahh, internships. The perfect way to provide real-world experience to novices while also bringing fresh talent and new perspectives to your company.
If your organization has decided to hire an intern (or bring in a full intern class!), it’s important to take the steps necessary to make their experience a great one. In the long run, this will benefit not just the individuals, but your company, as well.
As you read this, you may be nearing the end of this year’s summer intern program, or you may be gearing up to start a new program in the fall. In the spirit of acknowledging National Intern Day, below are tips for before, during, and after your program to make sure your interns feel recognized and engaged throughout their experience.
How well do you know your office's neighborhood and your coworkers?
Now that we're returning to work in-person, it's the perfect time to reconnect, make memories, share laughs, and get to know one another. What better way to do so than through a city-wide scavenger hunt?
Through a ZogCulture City Hunt, your company will break into teams and race against the clock to explore popular destinations, take photos, and answer trivia questions. This outdoor game is designed to bring employees out of their shells (and their cubicles)!
Ahh, the Fourth of July. A day full of BBQs, hot dogs, fireworks, and time spent with loved ones. Besides the fact that we get a long weekend (woohoo!), there’s actually a lot to the holiday that most Americans don’t know. Here are a few fun facts to share with your family, friends, and co-workers this week that are sure to spark your patriotic pride.
Interested in bringing some summer fun to your office? Beat the heat and gather your colleagues for one of our July featured events. All you need to do is contact us and say you're interested - we'll do the rest!
A few weeks ago, I decided to take the next step in my professional career and leave my previous employer to become the Marketing Manager for ZogLife. For me, change can be hard – and sometimes scary – but there was a different type of change that I had to consider when taking this new role: I would be working fully remote. Yup, that meant my bedroom would now be my office, I no longer had an hour-and-twenty-minute commute, and my newest colleague was my dog.
After two years that were anything but normal, your office has reopened and is welcoming employees back in. There isn’t an official return to work policy in place, though a few teams have selected certain days when team members can work together in-person. The hand sanitizer dispensers are filled, the Keurig is stocked and fired back up, and you’ve even tried to woo people in with free lunch.
It's a common problem in the professional world. People call meetings to share information and ideas or to have the team brainstorm solutions or opportunities. Meetings, as a construct, aren't intrinsically bad. But their ubiquity can be a real burden and distraction from actually getting work done. Looking for guidance on how to keep your schedule open and productivity up? We got your back!
There are so many ways to celebrate Pride Month with your office even if your team is still virtual or hybrid. Here are a few of our favorite (and fun) programs. Contact us to learn more!
You likely remember field days from elementary school, but what does it mean to have a field day as an adult with your co-workers?
Did you know that play is one of the best tools for children to learn how to navigate stress? According to the Baltimore fishbowl, play also helps kids with developing feelings of self-confidence, concentration, resilience, and developing healthy relationships with caregivers and peers.