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PinCast #5 release
May 2013

"Culture." Nothing to do with art museums, the opera or French cuisine. I'm talking about employees that have fun at work, are stimulated to come in each day and feel as though they're contributing to the success of something great, something bigger than themselves. We believe the culture at Bagshaw is why we are still here after 143 years.  Part of that is being very deliberate about who we are and making sure we employ the best of the best. 


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Culture Club

  • Maintaining culture is critical whether it be small, medium or large companies. The W.H. Bagshaw Company constantly strives to improve the culture every day. If the culture is not stimulating, fun and open to new ideas, employees will look at it as "just a job". A few of the below ideas have helped us tremendously over the years to maintain happiness and longevity within the team:
  • Contact - regularly reach out and remind the team how important their roles are in the success of the company.
  • Core Values - be consistent and reinforce the core values so that they become part of everyday speak at all levels.
  • Approachability - always have that "open door" policy
  • Contribution of ideas - empowered people create an amazing dynamic.
  • Celebrations - parties within the office or after hours create personal bonding that will create better morale and strengthen that company culture! 

Trade Show

It was great connecting with so many of you at the Pittsburgh, PA Design2Part Show, April 17th and 18th.
Thank you for stopping by our booth! We hope to see you soon at the next show we exhibit at. Details to come soon!


Make It Happen!
Aaron Bagshaw
W.H. Bagshaw Co., Inc.
Up and Coming!
Our next PinCasts will feature some exciting guests:
  • Ray Lambert, VP at the Provident Bank
  • Mark Malone, creator of Hollis Interactive, a web development company
  • Rich Fries, journalist, marketer and ambassador to cycling 
  • Heidi Copeland, owner & publisher of Business NH Magazine & Millyard Communications

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