Honor (noun): A showing of usually merited respect; an evidence or symbol of distinction; recognition; reputation; credit; observance.
The month of May is full of days to celebrate and days to remember. But, it’s not just Mother’s Day and Veteran’s Day that give us occasion to honor those who deserve it most.
We took a look at how to best signal honor — how do we show great respect and esteem to those that give so much? How do we express such a noble word? Take a look at these organizations signaling honor in different ways.
Google has been long-known for going above and beyond for it’s employees. From access to free food, gyms, and massage therapists, to tuition reimbursement and opportunities to pursue personal interests, to their amazing and unique offices, they honor their team by continuously showing them that they are trusted, cared for, and appreciated.
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Comcast has addressed the common frustration of cable customers when it comes to service appointments with a 2-hour guaranteed service window policy, honoring their customers’ busy lifestyles.
Compassion signals honor as child advocates and promoting child sponsorship free of language and cultural barriers.