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Jan 15, 2013
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Jan 15, 2013
Ed Mulcahy commented on Peter Hart's group Employee Recognition
"Hi Karen, We just released a short eBook on Recognition 2013 that includes steps and checklists for your Recognition Strategy along with a number of relevant stats that would appeal to your executive team.  Feel free to download a copy here:…"
Jan 15, 2013
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Jun 30, 2011
David Zinger left a comment for Ed Mulcahy
"  Hello Ed   Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I'm pleased to see you've joined us from Toronto, Ontario. I trust here on the network you will find very engaging people and a wealth of information on the subject.…"
Jun 28, 2011
Christi Gibson left a comment for Ed Mulcahy
"Hi Ed, So glad you joined the employee recognition group.  Do start or contribute to discussions often.  The more we contribute the stronger we grow! Talk to you soon, Christi"
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Who are you?
Ed Mulcahy has worked with software companies for the past 12 years in various client facing roles including product support, professional services and account management. With a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Masters in Business from Clark University, Ed has a solid foundation of knowledge and abilities that help bridge the technical gap with business and technology. Ed currently holds the Client Success Manager position at Achievers where he works with clients from professional services and medical industries.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
My company, Achievers, offers software to help companies increase employee engagement through recognition.
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At 2:25pm on June 28, 2011, David Zinger said…

 

Hello Ed

 

Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I'm pleased to see you've joined us from Toronto, Ontario. I trust here on the network you will find very engaging people and a wealth of information on the subject. I'm always happy to see fellow Canadians join the network. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance to you and I'd be glad to help. Thank you for joining 

 

David

At 9:47am on June 23, 2011, Christi Gibson said…

Hi Ed,

So glad you joined the employee recognition group.  Do start or contribute to discussions often. 

The more we contribute the stronger we grow!

Talk to you soon,

Christi

 
 
 

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