By Component Servicing Analyst Mary Muratore Working at a remote office for a large company can sometimes present unique challenges. Company culture may not entirely translate between offices. Team members across offices communicate via phone or email rather than in-person. Supervisors guide and manage direct reports without ever grabbing a morning coffee together. Yet, each […]
As students across America graduated from primary, secondary and collegiate schools throughout May, Digital Risk had our own celebration for our Leadership Development Academy graduates! Program graduates from our Jacksonville and Maitland offices received their certificates of completion last month. As you may recall from our previous Blog posts about the Leadership Development Academy, the […]
A person’s first job is usually accompanied by a new apartment, the freedom of living alone and maybe a new car. However, most recent graduates don’t realize that the complete package also includes paying your own rent, making car payments and being kicked off of your parents’ insurance plan. Besides getting a job, there are two very important items you need to have on your checklist to be able to afford this freedom: 1) continue to learn and grow and 2) make the journey fun.
Graduating from college surely meant jobs would be easy to find, right? Well, as for my experience, finding a job was very frustrating because of a lack of certain technical skills, such as database (SQL) and advanced Excel (VBA). These were critical skills in the finance, business and technology fields.
Let’s Catch Up with Digital Risk’s Leadership Development Academy Graduates Since January 2014, Digital Risk has celebrated the graduations of 47 Leadership Development Academy participants from our Lake Mary and Maitland offices! This is not only a tremendous accomplishment for our graduates, program creator and Manager of Leadership Development Dean Budney, and the company as […]
If you ask anyone in the Jacksonville office to explain our 7th guiding principle, you would likely hear, “Wendy Jones-Schwartz” in response. Wendy’s daily mission is to make sure everyone is having fun at Digital Risk. On any given day, Wendy is caught dishing out smiles, words of encouragement, tidbits of advice and compliments in […]
This past weekend, Boca office D-Riskers (and their pets) had a howl of a time at the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s 13th Annual Barry Crown Walk for the Animals! Team “Digital Risk Dog Lovers” joined hundreds of Peggy Adams supporters at the walk, enjoying a 1-mile scenic walk, and pet contests, including Best Dressed, […]
By: Quality Control Team Lead Carrie Mumma D-Risker Carrie Mumma learned to love herself…you can too! Here’s Carrie’s story.
At Digital Risk, we believe in making the journey fun, and our company bloggers do just that! All D-Riskers know that Digital Risk is a fun place to work because they live and breathe it, but it is because of these bloggers, or rather Correspondents, that YOU are able to get the inside scoop on […]
I started my career at Digital Risk just over one year ago, and what a year it has been! Although it seems like just yesterday, so much has happened that it also seems forever ago. Check out this timeline: First time at a Digital Risk office: Spent a few minutes looking for a parking […]
Last week, the Digital Risk Jacksonville office hosted a Spirit Week for the very important reason of “just because”! Jacksonville D-Riskers participated in five days of themed spirit culminating in a Thanksgiving celebration lunch to show off just how Digital Risk makes the journey fun.
Digital Risk is a place that invests in employees and positively impacts the community around her. Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” This quote personifies the ideals and the employees of Digital Risk. During the month of October, D-Riskers across the company came together to promote Breast Cancer Awareness.
As a companywide effort, October 16 became affectionately termed “Pink Day & Survivor Celebrations,” a day specifically designated to celebrate Breast Cancer Survivors.
It was the fall of 2008 and I had just been laid off from my third company in four months. I had officially had more positions in the last six months then I did my entire career up to that point. It was the middle of the Great Recession, and I was one among many Americans who were suffering the effects. It was exactly one day after my most recent company closure that I received a call back from Digital Risk – for a position I had applied for six months earlier. They wanted me to start the next day. I obliged. I wasn’t sure what the future of the company would be, but I imagined it would be good. I just didn’t imagine how good…
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Digital Risk went PINK on Wednesday, October, 16th for a companywide Pink Day & Survivor Celebrations. The initiative was a huge success!! We want to thank all the D-Riskers who joined together and showed their support in the fight against breast cancer! See how team members creatively showed their support in the pictures below.