Cultivating a team culture

October 2011
Modern Healthcare;10/24/2011 Best Places To Work, p28
Trade Publication
The article features the team culture cultivated at LiquidAgents Healthcare that led them to the top of the list of Best Places to Work in 2011 under the small company category. It mentions LiquidAssets practices including evaluation of company strengths and weaknesses, having good communications skills with clients and team culture along with rewards for good performance. It also notes work schedule management and asking employees for suggestions regarding improvements.


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