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I Really Regret That Workout… Said No One Ever

This article was written by Meredith C. She teaches fitness classes in the Body Shop, Reynolds’ company gym.   You know you should. You know it’s important. You understand regular

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COVID Can’t Keep Us Down… We’ve Taken Our Events Virtual

This article was written by Alice E. She is in charge of the company events for our associates. With the cancellation of most in-person events for the remainder of the

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Working Virtually For The First Time… How One Reynolds Team is Staying Connected

COVID-19 has created many changes in the way companies operate. One of the biggest has been the transition to virtual work. While working from home, our associates have gotten creative

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How to Not Go #QuarantineCrazy, and Other Working-From-Home Survival Tips

This article was written by Connor W. As someone who’s been working from home for over three years, I was one of the fortunate few who didn’t have to make

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In-Person vs. Virtual Internships

Summer 2020 brought change in ways nobody imagined. As many companies canceled internships, Reynolds was able to welcome interns both in the office and virtually. Kayla V., a voice of

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How COVID-19 Changed Reynolds Recruiting

COVID-19 has changed the way many companies recruit new associates. With in-person recruiting events and career fairs no longer happening, things look different for the Reynolds recruiting department. Kristin D.,

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Finding the Right Fit

This post is written by Emily C., a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky who works in Marketing at Reynolds and Reynolds.  As a 2019 college graduate, it wasn’t

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From Beantown to Gem City

Until May of 2019, my entire life revolved around the Northeast. I knew nothing but summer nights at Red Sox games and winter mornings unburying my car from mountains of

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Making Work-from-Home Manageable

If there’s one thing we can take comfort in during the outbreak of COVID-19, it’s knowing all of us are navigating this unprecedented time together. While working or taking classes

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Making a new city home.

When I moved to Dayton, I could count the number of people I knew here on one hand. I had just graduated college and everything was changing – new apartment,

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