Making it a Day ON, Not a Day Off!

Bincers across the nation, from California to New York, joined forces and participated in a number of different service projects for MLK Day. Each service project was quite unique from the other, yet all provided Bincers with unforgettable experiences where they were able to donate their time towards building up our communities in a substantially meaningful way. See what we did:

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Tawny Labrum
Stepping Up in a Time of Need

When wildfires tore through both Northern and Southern California late November of last year, we knew we had to find a way to show our support to our community and give back to those in need. Find out how we worked together as a team to make this happen.     

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Tawny Labrum
Sprinkles

A few weeks ago, I was at dinner with a number of fellow Bincers and we were talking about Sprinkles. Now, I normally wouldn’t capitalize the word “sprinkles”, but at Binc it really is a proper noun. Sprinkles are shout-outs. They are celebrations. They are our way of calling out when we see each other displaying our company values.

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Nancy Wood
Recruiting Reflections: How Core Values Should Guide Us Towards Compassion

One of the many ways I assess and prep candidates for interviews is by utilizing my core values. As a company, Binc has a set of core values that each of us connects with, as the broader set for our team and company. Binc has supported and acknowledged that each person has their own set of values and we are encouraged to connect and embrace those values for authenticity in our client and team-member interactions.

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Lillian Truong-Gaertner
Cultural Appropriation

Cultural appropriation, in brief, is generally understood to be “the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own”. We see this in music, art, even at Forever 21 where significant artifacts, practices, beliefs, and symbols are turned into trendy pop-culture. During our last Woke Wednesday we sat down and discussed the topic of cultural appropriation, here is what we learned. 

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Bridge the Gap

When you boil it down, recruiting is really all about one thing: people. Day in and day out, recruiters are building relationships while they’re getting to know their candidates, collaborating with hiring managers, or swapping stories with fellow teammates. There’s a constant curiosity around discovering the commonalities among individuals we meet and how we can utilize them to propel a relationship forward in a positive, meaningful direction. In some cases, this can be uncovered in the most simple of ways…

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Katrina Muñez
Bonding Through Books

The Binc book club was originally formed after a handful of Bincers started to get excited about a new book being released by Emily Chan called “Brotopia.” “Brotopia” was about our beloved tech industry and at the time was only available through pre-order. As word spread throughout the company more and more people began to show interest until there was a quite substantial little group of us forming.

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Destiny Schreiner
People First...

Every team reflects its leader. Two years ago in 2016, I ran 43 miles over 3 days through Bryce Canyon, Zion, and The Grand Canyon at an event called Trailfest. It was an enduring and magical experience, to say the least. On the third day, during the final 18-miles through the northern crest of the Grand Canyon, I spent most of my time pacing with a close friend. We talked about many topics during those 18 miles but the one that stood out was a discussion about life’s priorities…

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Boris Epstein