Company Culture

  • Three-Year Revenue Growth of 450% Positions Anywhere Workforce Solutions Leader Among Nation’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies BOSTON, Mass., August 17, 2021 – Motus, the definitive leader in anywhere workforce solutions, was today named to the 2021 Inc. 5000 list for the third consecutive year, ranking No. 1080 out of 5000 on Inc. Magazine’s list of the…

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  • What do companies value most in their workforce? Productive employees? Engagement with company culture? For most companies, it’s a combination of the two. The ideal worker does their work and participates in company culture as they can. But what happens when both the company’s ideas of culture and the employees’ ideas of work change? In…

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  • Businesses across the country are opening up, many without a solid plan for office attendance. This being new territory for everyone, no one knows what’s exactly right for their company. Some businesses will remain fully remote. Others will try to bring everyone back into the office. Another subset will settle on a hybrid approach.  Our…

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  • I’ve been working remotely since 2017, well before most office workers were forced to work from home because of the COVID-19. While the way I worked was not disrupted by the pandemic, I was unfortunately laid off. I needed to find a fully remote company and one that offered flexibility in my schedule, not something a lot of companies had incorporated at the time.  When I joined Motus in August of 2020, I was extremely…

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  • Ever since I joined Motus in 2013, we’ve championed our team members and company culture. As a result, we’ve not only seen incredible success as a business, but also grown to a team of 350+, and won several recognitions as a Best Place to Work in various geographies around the country along the way. Today,…

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  • During the pandemic, many things slowed to a crawl. One silver lining was the decrease in pollution. We hope to put COVID-19 in the rearview very soon. But a return to our previous ways means potentially going back to high pollution and not taking care of our environment. An individual can only do so much, but you can…

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  • March is Women’s History Month, and there is so much to celebrate: historical figures and artists, activists and business leaders. And while we may look to the history books with fascination and awe, it’s often the people we’re closest to that inspire us most. We’ve asked our Women’s Leadership Network, an internal group dedicated to…

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  • Celebrating Black History Month is about recognizing the contributions that Black people have made to positively impact both the country and the world. The efforts of Charles Hamilton Houston, “the Man Who Killed Jim Crow,” helped remove segregation policies in the U.S. The work of Pauli Murray inspired Thurgood Marshall and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, leading to groundbreaking supreme court decisions removing gender discrimination. But the work is far from over. Black people continue to…

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  • COVID-19 has monopolized much of 2020. Many states and countries are still battling the virus. Along with the virus, especially, in the past few months, our nation has witnessed injustices, igniting the voices of those not heard. Some of these voices have transformed into organizations representing change, advancement, diversity and equality. Celebrating Women’s Equality Day…

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  • This Pride Month, Let’s Lead In Making Change For Others In June of 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn for a liquor license violation, “beating the bar’s patrons with nightsticks and brandishing their guns.” A riot erupted, and by the end of the night, cars were overturned, fires were set, and dozens were arrested or…

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