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Doug Claffey

Doug is the CEO and cofounder of Energage, an organization that specializes in employee engagement and workplace improvement research. Previously, he was a leader at Best Companies in the United Kingdom and held leadership positions at General Electric, Analytical Graphics, and McKinsey & Co. Doug is a member of the Standards Advisory Committee of B Labs and the Advisory Board of Rapid Change, Inc. He received his master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware.

Top Workplaces Use A Good Company Culture as a Strategic Advantage

People often ask me what separates Top Workplaces from the rest. And while they outperform average organizations on many levels, there’s one key distinction: Top Workplaces leaders know that creating a workplace culture where employees are highly engaged is a competitive advantage. And they make it a strategic priority, day in and day out. Nationwide, […]

Four Job Search Tips for Finding the Perfect Match

by | April 27, 2019 | Workplace Culture

As a job seeker, it’s easy to zero in on pay, benefits, and even work-life balance. But don’t skip what may be the most important step of the process.

Proud to Be a Certified B Corporation

by | March 4, 2019 | B Corp

At Energage, our goals extend well beyond creating wealth. We want to help leaders make a valuable impact on organizational health, the working lives of employees, and society overall. That’s why we’ve chosen to be a Certified B Corporation.

Survey Says! Appreciation Matters to Employees

by | February 14, 2019 | Appreciation, Workplace Culture

When it comes to feeling appreciated on the job, what matters most to employees?

If you answered “pay,” think again. Pay, it turns out, is low on the list.

Yes, There a Place for Fun at Work

Celebrating National Fun at Work Day National Fun at Work Day on January 25 is the perfect time to think about the role fun plays in the workplace. Turns out, your organization — as well as your employees — can benefit from more of it. A fun workplace can be an indication of an engaged […]