The OnBase Blog’s top 5 posts from 2015
You probably noticed that in 2015, we expanded our list of authors. With more than 50 different voices now providing insights and best practices on everything from implementing document management software to health information management strategies and even how to adopt convenient electronic signatures, we’re now publishing on a daily basis.
We couldn’t – and probably wouldn’t – do it without you.
So, thank you for visiting The OnBase Blog. In case you missed them, here are the most-read posts of the year. You might notice the popularity of blog posts that demonstrate our corporate culture. Good to know, you’ll see more of those next year.
Here they are, the top five blog posts from 2015:
1. 3 awesome things I did on my sabbatical by Travis Roe
Ever wondered what it would be like if the company you work for encouraged you to take a month off to recharge? Read this blog post to find out!
2. Hyland named one of Fortune’s 100 best companies by Kathleen Vegh
Are you trying to create a great corporate culture? Or are you wondering what it’s like to work for a company that ranks in the top 100 places to work by Fortune magazine? Check out this post by Hyland’s Employee Engagement Manager.
3. Fact or fiction? 4 things college kids are told about the real world by Carri Kapaku
A Hyland intern sets the record straight by examining the legitimacy of four common things college kids hear before they enter the workforce. Are these four pieces of career advice true or not? Find out!
4. 5 ways you can build a great place to work by Lindsay Latessa
Building a great work culture where employees are happy, engaged and feel valued is a challenge for many organizations. Check out our Recruiting Team Leader’s post about five best practices we’ve used to build an award-winning culture.
5. The top 5 #AskCEOBill questions and answers by Alana Cottichia
An annual tradition, our CEO, Bill Priemer, took to facebook to host a live social media chat where customers, partners, employees and the media had the chance to ask him anything. Here are the top five questions, along with Bill’s answers.
With even more bloggers joining us in 2016, we’re looking forward to next year.