Qode Social Appoints Karley Saagi as New Culture Manager

TORONTO, ONTARIO – 07-04-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Qode Social is proud to announce and welcome Karley Saagi as the new Culture Manager for the company. Ms. Saagi will be responsible for facilitating shared corporate culture and for assisting the growth of internal cohesion to align strategies amongst team members. The Culture Manager is in charge of assisting with all tasks that support the company mission and help execute its expansion.

“I am so delighted to be appointed Culture Manager at Qode Social. I am looking forward to facilitating company outings and events, living out our core values every day and positively impacting the corporate culture here at Qode Social.” said Karley Saagi. The position of Culture Manager at Qode Social also includes key tasks such as organizing company activities and retreats, creating methods and tools that will significantly impact the company culture, act as a role model for the business values and much more. Qode Media’s first annual international retreat for 2019 was a work trip to Jamaica this last February 2019. Ms. Saagi meets all of the necessary requirements for the job position and brings forward strong communication and organizational skills along with passion and an infectious attitude. She is a welcome addition to a team that is dedicated to helping other businesses thrive in today’s digital landscape.

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Company Name: Qode Media
Full Name: Walter Phak
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Website: https://www.qodemedia.com

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