The COVID-19 Pandemic makes it difficult for companies to keep clients, vendors and employees engaged. A recent Atlanta Business Chronicle story included some of Goode Van Slyke Architecture’s creative solutions to this piece of the pandemic puzzle.
The article in the August 28, 2020 print edition included suggestions from companies such as Coca-Cola Bottler’s Sales and Service Company about avoiding burn-out since most meetings are now virtual. The story is illustrated with photos from some of GVSA’s activities, including a socially distanced Supper Club in the firm’s courtyard/beer garden and a Zoom baby shower for one of their employees. Other GVSA activities includes virtual happy hours and trivia competitions. It’s a great example of how GVSA builds a positive workplace culture and adds creativity to everything it does.