Embracing Innovation at IGS
    CO.HR.BG. What Innovation means for your Customers and Employees blog (1))

    The energy industry is changing rapidly and so are the needs of customers. To stay relevant, we need to understand our consumers and their needs. Here at IGS, we work hard to stay innovative so that as a company, we can evolve and meet the needs of our customers.

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    Conscious Capitalism: When Value is Inherent, a Business Can Thrive
    CO.HR.BG. Conscious Capitalism Blog)

    Conscious Capitalism, a philosophy that inspired a book and now a global movement, is an approach to business built on the fundamental truth that people aspire to find meaning and purpose in their lives. The core principles of Conscious Capitalism offer the blueprint to a newer and more relevant approach to building and leading a business. These notions have always been central to who we are at IGS.

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    A Worthwhile Investment: Mental Health
    CO.HR.BG Improving Mental Health in the Workplace (1))

    Investing in our employees’ professional development is undoubtedly important, but we recognize that devoting resources to support their health is just as essential. This includes conditions you can see and those you can’t…like mental health.

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    It’s a Family Thing: Take Your Child to Work Day at IGS
    CO.HR.BG Take Your Child to Work Day Blog (1))

    Pancakes. Trivia. Pizza. Crafts. For the children of IGS employees, participating in the company’s annual Take Your Child to Work Day, it’s just another day at the office. More than 50 kids reported for ‘work’ at IGS on April 25, 2019.

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    How IGS Supports Growing Families
    CO.HR.BG Parental Leave (1))

    Growing your family comes with countless joys and a complete shift in priorities. However, even though many recognize the weight of these changes, only 35% of organizations in the U.S. offer paid maternity leave. In addition, only 39% offer paid paternal leave and only 28% provide paid adoption leave, according to a 2018 report from the Society for Human Resource Management.

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