Celebrating on Social Media

Did you know that next month is National Salad Month AND National Burger Month? Or that Duran Duran Appreciation Day is August 10th?

Celebrating fun holidays on social media can help your business show some personality and create content to be shared across all social media platforms.

At Project House, we try to celebrate a few holidays every month that reflect us as a team. Since January, we have celebrated a number of holidays, including Drink Wine Day (pretty much our Christmas), Dress Your Pet Day and yesterday we celebrated Tell A Story Day.

 

National Hug Day January 21

National Hug Day – January 21

 

Duran Duran appreciation day august 10

Duran Duran Appreciation Day – August 10

 

Dress Your Pet Day January 14

Dress Your Pet Day – January 14

 

Beyond just the funny holidays, we also share best wishes on the usual days – Christmas, BC Day, Halloween and more. Creating custom posts is a great way to show off your brand and create more original content to share on social media.

 

Christmas tree december 25

Christmas – December 25

 

BC Day British Columbia August 1

British Columbia Day – August 1

 

Halloween haunted house

Halloween – October 31

If you are looking for a way to celebrate holidays and show off your brand, let us know! We can work with you to create custom holiday posts for all of your social media platforms. Connect with us on social media and see more posts – @ProjectHouseBiz on Twitter, @ProjectHouseBiz on Instagram and Project House on Facebook!

Happy Tell a Story Day!

Tell a Story day

Client Spotlight: Capcom Vancouver

Benjamin Franklin quote

Project House has been designing and facilitating manager training sessions for one of our amazing clients, Capcom Vancouver, in order to provide their employees with an opportunity to brush up on their skills, pick up some new ones, gain a fresh perspective and new ideas, and to feel more prepared and comfortable in their roles.

Our session on Effective Performance Reviews took place earlier this year, and was designed to provide training, tips, and insights on understanding and maximizing the evolving performance process, including how to give great performance feedback and guide effective goals.

More recently we met with managers to deliver training sessions on Communication and Feedback, which included components such as listening, comfort zones, and effective 1:1 meetings. Upcoming sessions will take place over the coming months, and will be tailored to cover a broad spectrum of management and leadership topics.

We are excited to provide this type of training to our clients and their teams, and we always enjoy partnering with employees and getting exposure to their insights, ideas, and best practices firsthand.

leadership training

Happy High Five Day!

High Five Day April 21

Why You Need a (Good) Employment Agreement

business set-up and best practices

Ok. You’ve started your business, you have figured out your business plan, you have found a workspace and developed some initial service or product. Now what do you need? People. How do you hire them, what are the rules, what is a simple and legal set-up for your company? And what kind of employer do you want to be? If you want to do it right, you need to figure out insurance, how to pay people, what information to get from your employees (and what information is none of your beeswax), and how to kick off the employment relationship properly, which starts with an offer and an employment agreement.

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Happy No Housework Day!

April 7 No Housework Day