In 2018, Intouch was recognized as the first-ever Diversity and Inclusion Champion by Med Ad News for its work in bringing diverse voices and perspectives to the organization through panel discussions, multicultural celebrations and other educational activities. In 2019, we worked hard to deserve that honor -- not simply because we like awards
For the past three years, Intouch has hosted an annual Bring Your Parents to Work Day -- our own version of LinkedIn's Bring in Your Parents, which the professional networking company launched in 2013 -- and this year's turnout may have been our best so far.
Intouch always has its employees in mind -- so it's no surprise we were named by Medical Marketing & Media as a 2019 Best Place to Work!
We often say that, at Intouch, we work with smart, community-minded people -- we do! So, it's always a treat when we can highlight their accomplishments, in and out of the office. Earlier this week, Intouch social media manager Tyler Graves won a city council seat, and we couldn't
Giving back to the communities in which we work has always been important at Intouch, so this year, as part of our 20th anniversary celebration, we packed more than a thousand comfort packs for two charitable organizations, Heart to Heart International and the Ronald McDonald House, and we also
At Intouch, we know that our diverse workforce makes us stronger; we also love a celebration, particularly as the days grow shorter and colder. So, when given the opportunity to sample hot, delicious food, visit with coworkers and learn about different cultures, we take it. Diwali is a five-day
You may have heard we recently celebrated our 20th anniversary with a late-September bash, called (re)GROUP, which brought nearly 1,000 Intouchers from our offices across the United States and around the world to downtown Kansas City. The one-and-a-half day event included a pop-up workspace, giant lawn games with a view
Intouch recently marked its 20th anniversary with a late-summer celebration in downtown Kansas City, and you can believe there was a lot to celebrate.