Philanthropy Matters to Our Associates

63 million individuals volunteer annually in the United States, totaling more than 8.7 billion hours of time. We’re proud to give back to the communities we serve, not just with money and resources, but also talent and time. We surveyed several of our associates to find out why giving back is important to them.

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Q&A with Sue Zazon, Huntington Bank's Regional President for Central Ohio

It’s been more than 150 years since Huntington Bank was founded in Columbus, Ohio.

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Millennials & Gen Z in the Workforce

Millennials and Gen Z are the two youngest generations in the workforce. With the oldest Gen Zers beginning to join Millennials in the workplace, it’s important to acknowledge the working styles of each group, what’s important to them in a working environment, and what kind of work culture will get them to stay.

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How to Better Approach Safety at Work

The implementation of workplace safety measures is often reactionary. If someone slips or falls, a company might begin to consider different flooring options. If a shelf or desk topples over, a conversation about proper spacing and weight distribution might be initiated. But for those companies with ample years of experience handling safety precautions, these are things that are thought about long before a design goes into place.

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Flexible Workspaces are Critical to the Best Associate Experiences

More and more, organizations are beginning to realize the importance of workplace design and how it can impact their bottom line, both in terms of revenue and in keeping great talent.

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Even More Things You Didn't Know About Our Creative Associates

Just how valuable is creativity at work? Creativity is, by definition, the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. As more and more companies desire associates who think and work differently, the more important creativity at work is becoming. Organizations that are open to creative thinking are ahead of the curve. In fact, unlocking creative potential is the key to economic and societal growth. We've interviewed several of our own creative associates (here and here) to find out how expressing personal creativity makes a difference in their lives. Read about three more of our creative team members!

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Why Wellness Matters

What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘corporate wellness?’ Often, we tend to think of wellness programs involving a fitness center staffed with personal trainers, a smoking cessation program, a 10,000 steps challenge, or nutrition counseling. Generally, wellness programs can be defined as organized and coordinated programs that have the goal of enhancing the physical, mental, and emotional status of individuals.

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More Things You Didn't Know About Our Creative Associates

It pays to invest in creativity at work. Three in four people believe there’s an increasing pressure to be productive rather than creative at work. Yet, more than half say there’s an increasing expectation to think creatively at work. The most successful and innovative companies are the ones that generate better ideas faster. When companies encourage and support creative thinking and creative work, the results are powerful. We recently interviewed three more of our freakishly creative associates to find out how expressing personal creativity makes a difference in their lives.

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Your Greatest Assets as a Business

Ask any business what their biggest investments are and they’ll likely respond with their people and their real estate. Coincidentally, these are also likely their greatest assets.

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Designers Discuss the Challenge of Recruiting and Retaining Talent

We recently brought together some of our designers along with a member of our human resources team. We wanted to know how the two disciplines can work together to tackle the rising problem of associate attraction and retention. How does design play a role in the associate experience? What are some examples of design elements that help to attract, and keep, talent? Does the environment affect culture? If so, how? It was these probing questions that led to a thoughtful discussion on a timely topic that continues to challenge.

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