PLEASANTON, CA – The executives at Legion highlighted the benefits of a team-based culture. The director of operations outlined the company’s focus on recruiting, training, and team building.
“Fostering a positive work environment is our priority here at Legion,” stated Alon B., the company’s director of operations. “Our highly motivated organization is geared to deliver superior results, which supports our firm’s business model.”
Alon and the management team understand that building a great culture begins with the people who work at Legion. That’s why they focus on bringing in the best talent who will fit into the firm’s work environment. “We are looking for solid team players,” said Alon. “During our interview process, we search for qualities that are above and beyond the job descriptions. Is the candidate personable? Does he or she have leadership skills? Is this individual going to be able to step in and add value during high-pressure situations?”
“Once we bring a new hire to the company, our next task is to help that individual develop a career plan,” said the director. “We want our team members to see us as their partners in their journeys toward their objectives.” The firm offers a personalized curriculum, which includes classroom training and one-on-one coaching with experienced managers. “No matter how far along you are in your career, there is always something new to learn,” he added.
Legion Employs Social Events to Promote Team Building
“Having fun as a group is important to the health of the organization,” said Alon. “It inspires outstanding work.” The management team schedules social events and group activities on a regular basis. “We host numerous activities, including monthly dinners, bowling nights, and sporting tournaments. A bit of friendly competition gets everyone’s creative juices flowing! When people have opportunities to spend time together on a social basis, they get to know each other on a personal level, which they can leverage in the office.”
Another way the team bonds is through philanthropic effort. “When members of the organization volunteer for a giveback event, they work together to help others. It’s an uplifting experience, plus they can use their strengths in new and exciting ways. The connections they make to the community and to each other give them a new sense of purpose, which also boosts morale.”
Thus far, Alon and the executives at Legion have been impressed with the company’s results. “Our success is a product of our positive culture,” he said. “What we are doing here is not complicated, but it is good for business. We have hired the best people and we have given them the tools that enable them to thrive. This has enabled us to deliver outstanding results to the brands we promote. It is not surprising that we are setting the standard in the industry!”
Legion is an interactive marketing firm that combines campaign development and impeccable execution to create dynamic promotional campaigns that work. They carefully research consumer demographics to create targeted outreach programs and create meaningful relationships between their clients and customers.
Each of the firm’s customized marketing programs engages potential customers with increased interaction and awareness, ensuring consumers become loyal to the promoted brands resulting in fast paced growth. Legion’s model is scalable for use by small and large businesses and adjustable to emerging market trends and focuses on innovation to reach targets efficiently every time.