Work-life balance isn’t just a millennial term for wanting more free time, it’s a term that actually dates back to the 1800s when the number of hours women and children could work was reduced by manufacturing laws. The concept of an ideal balance between work and leisure time has spread ever since. The 20th Century…
Stephanie recently moved back to Rock Hill after spending a year working at Disney World, and eating all the Mickey Mouse shaped snacks she could get her hands on. Now she is an Administrative Coordinator at RevenFlo, which she likes very much. She lives in Rock Hill with her fiancee and 2 very cute cats named Albus and Thomas. When she’s not working, she enjoys being a contributor for HelloGiggles, eating pizza, and writing short bios about herself.
All animals, but especially cats
Boy bands, but especially One Direction
Marketing is a tricky industry because it’s so hard to predict what will work. Creating a campaign that stands the test of time can feel like catching lightning in a bottle. I doubt the Geico executives had any that the gecko campaign they created in 1999 would still be used in 2017! And think about slogans…
It’s normal for a workplace to become dull after a while. It is a job, after all, so it can’t always be fun. But there are some things you can do as an employer to improve the overall morale and keep the environment of the office a positive and productive one. Company Outings and Retreats RevenFlo…
Everyone in the RevenFlo office is pretty obsessed with the internet, which is convenient since it’s kind of our job. Even though we spend most of our time at our computers, we all turn to our phone when we need to take a break from one screen to look at another screen. What we realized is…
What is Pay-Per-Click Advertising? As a small business, the cost of advertising can be a deal-breaker. Even though it’s a necessary expense, it’s one that often gets compromised due to other non-negotiable ones. When you start working advertising into your budget, it’s important to get the most “bang for your buck.” One way to do…