Working at Intouch means working hard, but that hard work can pay off. Beyond the day-to-day perks like the fresh fruit, fridges packed with sodas and sparkling waters, unlimited coffee and tea, winter happy hours, abbreviated summer Friday hours (qualifying conditions apply), monthly cake days, and so much more,
“Happiness is a warm puppy.” – Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip Ohhhhh, dogs, we love you so. Puppy, pupper, pooch, floof, doggo … whatever you choose to call them, our canine companions really do make everything better. Especially at work, and even if your company –
At Intouch, we have a few favorite philanthropic causes. Most often, we raise funds for organizations like the Ronald McDonald House, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Gilda’s Club and our local pet shelters, but this summer, Intouch’s Chicago philanthropy committee chose to support a new and equally important organization: the Chicago
Intouch’s Inclusion & Diversity Alliance (IDA) hosted a panel on June 27 in the Chicago office featuring a handful of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual or allied (LGBTQIA) employees who generously agreed to share their personal stories and talk about what pride means to
Kansas City Corporate Challenge (KCCC) is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, and once again, competitive Intouchers -- nearly 200 -- signed up to get in the game(s). KCCC is an opportunity for people from across the Kansas City business community to get together for three months of friendly rivalry.
One of the many things that makes Intouch a great place to work is the opportunities we get to learn and grow professionally -- whether through the many in-house training programs our Learning and Development team puts together, or at conferences we get to attend. In this blog post,
In honor of our 20th anniversary, we're asking veteran Intouchers to reflect on what it's been like to have worked with the company over the years. For this installment, we talked with campaign development developer Brian McQueen, who's been with Intouch for nearly two decades. Tell us about your first
Inclusion and diversity are not destinations – they’re the values that guide us on our journey. From the beginning, Intouch has strived to build a community of diverse employees because we believe it equips us with greater empathy and the insights needed to better serve patients of all kinds.
Every now and then, an awesome Intoucher leaves to explore options at another company ... but then they realize what a great place Intouch is to work for, and they want to come back. It doesn't always work out for folks who want to "boomerang" -- there may not
At the end of each year, Intouch execs select a small group of Intouchers who embody our guiding principles, go above and beyond for their teams and/or clients, and truly “Hack Healthcare for the People” – no surprise, then, that the award is called a Hacky. Winners receive a