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  • WAHVE for Good: Volunteering

    Corporate volunteer programs have been around for quite some time — whether it’s prepping Thanksgiving dinner at a shelter, picking up trash on the side of the street, or doing some community landscaping with your coworkers, volunteering has been proven to boost company-wide morale and improve employee performance. There are endless worthy volunteering o...

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  • Rejoice, Productive Powerhouses!

    Resounding evidence proves what wahves have known all along. TINYpulse, an employee engagement firm, has released a survey entitled, “What Leaders Need to Know about Remote Workers.” Here’s one attention-grabbing statistic: “An overwhelming 91% of respondents say they’re more productive and believe they ‘get more work done’ when working remotely.”...

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  • InVEST in Your Future: Share on Facebook!

    An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.  – Benjamin Franklin Tomorrow’s insurance industry requires an investment in the education of youth today. And that’s why a new partnership between WAHVE and InVEST is so perfect! WAHVE is launching a cool and exciting Facebook campaign to highlight the importance of replenishing our beloved indu...

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  • A Change of Office View

    Working remotely while having the flexibility to travel is a reward of being a wahve. Whether you’re a snowbird with a winter home in Florida, spend part of the year visiting family in another state, or have planned a working vacation, here are four tips for traveling wahves. Working remotely while having the flexibility to travel is a reward of being a w...

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  • No, I Don’t Work in My Pajamas

    When I tell someone I work from home they inevitably remark, “Oh, you get to work in your pajamas!” Yes, I work from home, and, no, I don’t work in my pajamas. As I transitioned from being a 9 to 5 agency account manager working in a cubicle to a wahve working from my home office, I maintained the mindset that I am doing the same job, but ju...

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