As a company, it is hard to really ‘wow!’ prospective employees. Today’s top talent is no longer settling for a cubicle with a good computer setup and a nice health care package. Instead, they are asking for more progressive benefits such as unlimited vacation, work-from-home Fridays, and positive workplace culture.

At Corporate Essentials, we recognize and provide solutions for what employees really want – an environment where they can form relationships with their coworkers, unwind, and generate innovative ideas. That’s where The Culture Project comes in. A ‘how-to’ in workplace culture, The Culture Project 2018 is a day-long event filled with exciting tools to help you make your office somewhere top talent would love to work.

Experience keynotes from industry thought-leaders and breakout sessions covering topics such as wellness at work, attracting and retaining talent, and more. In addition to exciting learning opportunities, participants are invited to tour our expo floor. A selection of our partner vendors will be showcasing their products, including snacks, beverages, and nationally and locally roasted coffee.

At the end of the day, participants are encouraged to stay for an exclusive cocktail hour to network and unwind from the day’s activities while enjoying and sampling what our catering partners have to offer. All in all, customers and guests will be able to experience the full spectrum of what Corporate Essentials has to offer customers to fuel office culture and allow employees to work happy.

Join us for all the fun on Thursday, May 17th 2018 at the Metropolitan Pavilion located at 123 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011. This is certainly an event you and your team will not want to miss!

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Rachel Cusack

About Rachel Cusack

Rachel is a current senior at Rutgers University pursuing a degree in marketing, with a passion for the creative side of the business world. Through many years in customer service roles, she has developed strong people skills and an interest in how consumers interact with brands. Rachel is excited to learn the ins and outs of marketing as an intern for Director of Marketing, Lori Puri, as well as see how different departments work together to achieve the common goal to “Fuel Culture. Work Happy.”