exaqueo's employer brand blog featuring insight from our team, industry news and trends, our research, client work and lessons learned.
It's a new day at exaqueo. We're proud to share the evolution of our brand and clearly express why we do what we do.
Join us in welcoming Erin DeGroot, #teamexaqueo’s newest Employer Brand Strategist. In this role, Erin will join our team of Employer Brand Strategists in helping our clients build their employer brands and the talent strategies that drive them. Erin comes to us from Schreiber Foods, where she spent
Join us in welcoming Jackie Wollett, #teamexaqueo’s newest Employer Brand Strategist and Engagement Manager. In this role, Jackie will join our team of Employer Brand Strategists in helping our clients build their employer brands and the talent strategies that drive them.
In case it wasn’t totally apparent, our team is obsessed with employer brand. We live and breathe it every day and welcome every opportunity to educate and inspire on the topic. Before I introduce you to our newest team member, I want to share a little story - it’s related, I promise! My daughter re
Adrienne Betenbaugh joins us as our Marketing Director, responsible for leading our marketing, communications that will share insights about exaqueo and our thought leadership with our target audiences. She brings more than 12 years of marketing experience with a design thinking approach, and a weal
Jennifer Wienke joins exaqueo as a Business Operations Manager. In this role, she is responsible for managing the company's creative process and logistics, capacity planning, and supporting business operations. A seasoned agency veteran, Jennifer is a Clemson University graduate with more than 17 ye
Team exaqueo is excited to introduce exaqueowear, a line of fun and cheeky shirts and products that we’ve launched in collaboration with our creative team, Leap. These products are perfect for gifting this holiday season. Not only is it a fun holiday shopping experience, but shopping exaqueowear als
The world would be a bleak place without entrepreneurs. Everything we take for granted—from cellphones to paper to sliced bread—was invented by innovative men and women who dared to change the world. In honor of today, National Entrepreneurs’ Day, we sat down with our CEO and founder, Susan LaMotte,
Time off is a luxury for many of us. Not because we don’t get vacation days, but because we don’t take them. According to Project: Time Off, Americans left over 700 million vacation days on the table last year. In 2017, over 50% ended the year with unused vacation days. Click here to read the full b
Working at exaqueo is different. Our company is completely virtual and team members see each other more conducting client work than at a company headquarters. To support our clients, we structure our schedules to be available while still balancing life priorities when we need to. With our client lis
We know, you can't always pronounce our name (it's ex-ACK-we-o) and you may wonder why we're always lowercase (exaqueo: we want to stand out as a brand), but you won't wonder why we're growing. It's easy to understand: organizations are recognizing the importance of standing out from the crowd. The
When we started exaqueo at the end of 2011, the goal was to rethink the way we value employees. When companies wait until they get too big to create a culture and hire to that culture, disengagement ensues. We're passionate about helping startup and high-growth companies and pleased to grow our team
I started blogging in 2002. I designed a social talent network in 2007. I launched a social recruiting game in 2011. It's fair to say--I love to be social. But what I really love is thinking about new ways to connect people in the talent stream. My personal brandline has always been: "where busines
It's often said that companies -- especially consulting firms -- don't take the advice they dish out. Well, we've broken that mold at exaqueo. We have core values and work rules just like we build for our clients. And as we grow our team, you can bet we'll build our own employer brand that accuratel