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Growing a successful start-up takes out-of-the-box thinking so co-founder of The Good Jobs, Betsy Rowbottom, put her seven-year-old dog Homer to work.
The Good Jobs practices the methodology of a “lean start-up”. We utilize every asset to maximize our efficiency. Each member of our team has varied skills. Everyone bring something unique to the table. Homer has always had a brilliant mind. He’s excited about sharing his ideas about how to build successful company culture through improved employee engagement at work. Blogging is a natural extension of his skill set.
Here’s an except of Homer’s recent blog post:
“7 Reasons Why Dogs at Work is Awesome” by Homer Rowbottom
Having dogs at the office makes a lot of sense.
We’re all about dogs at work… Dogs can do a lot more then sleep under the desk when given the chance.