Chicago Intoucher Grace Pollert shaved her head (again!) to raise funds for cancer treatment research. Get all the details here and check out Grace's new look.
The end of February brings the close of Black History Month, and at Intouch, it’s been a busy 28 days. Yes, this year, there are 29 days in February, but tomorrow is Saturday, and most of us will be enjoying a day off, so … 28 days. Thanks to
February is Black History Month, and Intouch's Inclusion and Diversity Alliance is ready with several educational events planned. From virtual reality to panel discussions, Black history (and present!) will come to life across our offices all month.
Intouch has always prioritized philanthropy and -- with the help of our policy granting each employee four hours of paid time off to participate in charitable work -- encourages employees to give through service to causes they care about, like the Ronald McDonald House, the Chicago Anti-Cruelty Society, Gilda’s
In 2019, 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. Throughout the year, we worked hard to deserve that honor -- not simply because we
The year's almost over, and as we take one last look at all we've accomplished, we think it's fair to give ourselves a hearty pat on the back, because 2019 was truly a year of winning. But there are three awards in particular that we puff up our chests about.
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!