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May/June 2017 – BizVoice/Indiana Chamber


people across the organization and not just those we work with directly.”

Keeping it lively is also the name of the game for many.

“We like to have fun and have a casual office environment,”

Tomlinson says. “We have a game room with a foosball table and

video game machines and there’s always something going on. We try

to have a Happy Hour in the office a couple times a month and bring

in lunch a few times a month.”

Emarsys also allows employees to turn in gym membership

receipts for reimbursement and employees have access to Market

Tower’s workout facilities. A little indulging is also encouraged as the

company periodically hosts an ice cream truck for its staff.

Community action

A common theme permeating top workplaces is that a cohesive

internal community is bolstered by dedication to the community as a

whole. That’s why giving back is imperative.

“It’s one thing to be in a community, but it’s another to be a part

of it,” Brady surmises. “So we have a committee here that’s focused on

what our charity giving looks like each year. Last year, we supported

Nextech because we want to help younger folks get into technology.

“This year, the team came to me and said they want to focus on

pets and the environment, and we want to support some families

through the holidays,” he adds. “You want to have meaning in what

you do every day and with the people you work with.”

Enhancing education is a point of passion at PAN. Employees with

strong feelings about particular charities are encouraged to make suggestions.

“We’ve adopted an elementary school (Greenbriar Elementary in

Indianapolis) and provide them with coats and snack packs for the kids,”

Holm relays. “Three or four times a year, the staff puts in considerable

effort to help that school out.”

CleanSlate chooses three organizations to support each year,

counting Habitat for Humanity, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

and United Christmas Service as recent beneficiaries, according to Loveys.

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PAN employees enjoy the “peace” of mind of having team unity, while

monthly recognition of staff accomplishments is a main focus, according

to CEO Jim Holm.