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and Procter and Gamble, said of Defenders: “I’ve never been anywhere where the commitment to grow talent personally and professionally has been so high. It’s real and tangible. ”To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the company rolled out generous employee perks: It is awarding $20,000 each month this year to one employee who exemplifies the company’s passion or core values. Additionally, it is each month choosing two employees involved in a charitable cause and rewarding them with $20,000 apiece to donate to the charity of their choice. Defenders also created the Super Service Challenge, encouraging employees to submit videos of their service to a not for profit. Each quarter, the company donates $20,000 to the charity whose video gets the most votes. The second reason for Defenders’ growth, Boyce said, is the company’s focus. The third is its tested systems, which create consistent high quality and predictable service, he said. And the fourth reason, he added, is the company’s effort to build relationships. “We believe God made us for relationships,” Boyce said. “Our owners urge us to serve together.

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The Eastern countries have been doing this for years now and now it is the turn of the Western countries. On a cultural level, Eastern countries may be more ready and prepared to accept this growing trend and European countries may not be too far behind but for the British it may take a bit of a learning curve for all stakeholders to get used to. In the case of North Americans, only time will tell. Whatever the outcome, this trend probably has the potential to live for at least the next decade and it would be interesting to see how the marketing and advertising industries deal with this. I am going to leave you with a fascinating reference to check out. One that paints the picture for the reader in Britain.

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