Human Resources

How Great Human Resources Managers Celebrate Individuality


Human Resources directors know that when your employees feel like they are seen, heard, and valued, a business thrives. We live in the age of the “selfie,” the “personal profile,” the “doubleshot grande iced soy mocha latte,” an age when individualism is everything. But, how do you emphasize the individuals in your big company while taking care of all your other job functions?

The key is an effective, engaging communications strategy. Let’s be real: no one’s paying attention to the birthday list you’ve tacked to your office’s cluttered bulletin board. When your messages are getting lost in the mix, it’s easy for your team to feel like just another cog in the wheel.

Retriever Digital Signage at Bookmasters

Employing an engaging digital signage strategy in your workplace gives your Human Resources team the ability to be in dozens of places at once, without ever leaving their desk. Outstanding HR departments are employing their Retriever Digital Signs to celebrate birthdays, personal successes, and business goals every day in a way that’s visually stimulating and far more effective at capturing the attention of their team.

Did your team just hit a milestone? Did a major client just change an order? Or perhaps someone left their lights on in the employee parking lot. Whatever the time-sensitive update may be, digital signs are perfect for making announcements instantly, since it only takes a few moments at your computer to send an urgent message to your entire fleet of digital signs.

“I don’t think it even took a couple of weeks [with the signs up in our facility] before people were already emailing me, and coming by my office, and calling me and saying, ‘Hey, you know so-and-so had this happen in their personal life, like their kids won some really great award or something great happened in the community and they were featured by a local organization,'” shares Kristen Steele, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Bookmasters in Ashland, Ohio.

Keep it simple, and give our team the chance to take your human resources to the next level by emailing us at or calling 419-525-2127.

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook works full-time as the Director of Operations at Vinyl Marketing in Ashland, Ohio, where she resides with her husband Mike and three young daughters. She's an insatiable extrovert who enjoys finding reasons to gather people.