A thriving culture not only attracts top talent but also plays a pivotal role in retaining your team. One essential element in cultivating a great workplace culture is the formation of a culture team. In this article, we identify what a culture team is and how culture helps ensure a great team member experience.
Providing development opportunities can contribute to a team member’s sense of purpose and fulfillment which, in turn, positively impacts their well-being, in and out of the workplace. Learn about best practices you can adopt to foster growth and development within your organization.
Serial entrepreneur Scott Kraege and telecom industry veteran leader Alex Paskoff joins Mobile reCell’s board of directors. Mark Gramelspacher joins as an observer.
The seven pillars of the circular economy provide insight on various resource functions and how those resources can be optimized within an organization.
Mobile reCell recently completed its third Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) iPad refresh with American Airlines—in a record-breaking 90 days.
American Airlines has been a Mobile reCell customer since 2020, recovering more than 82,000 devices from pilots and flight attendants and returning millions of dollars the company can put towards its IT budget.
Learning about the circular economy enables you to see the world through a new lens. For National Book Lovers Day, we teamed up with our sustainability expert, Allyson Mitchell, and put together a list of essential circular economy books you can read to expand your knowledge.
Circular Connections serves as an outlet for professionals to stay informed on the latest industry news and trends. The series captures conversations between professionals about sustainability, circularity, and ESG, and how those subjects are making headway into IT and tech industries.
The growth of circular business models has been exploding in recent years. Everyday choices by individuals can have a multiplier effect. Learn how you can accelerate the shift from a linear economy to a circular economy.
Waste is impacting us in ways we cannot see. When plastic waste goes rogue in our environment—often into the ocean—it breaks down into microplastics, which is a harmful form of pollution. The circular economy provides a new and improved way to manage waste. Learn more.
The circular economy brings a holistic and intentional approach to materials management, as it is the highest form of materials efficiency with significant impacts beyond how materials are sourced. Pursuing the circular economy requires a shift in thinking and a wider perspective.
In a circular economy, products are designed for utility so they can stay in use for as long as possible. Once their usable life is over, products are refurbished, repaired, or recycled. Learn about the circular economy and how you can participate in it.
The e-Stewards Standard provides visibility into the management and movement of retired IT assets, and is the most recommended standard for the recycling and reuse of retired electronics. Learn more about e-Stewards and the benefits of working with e-Stewards certified vendors.