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The Culture of Wellness at Work

When Karly Osten started her role as event specialist at Logical Position, she never dreamed that her new company would provide such a healthy work culture. Logical Position is a top digital marketing agency offering pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, search engine optimization, website design, graphic design, data feed management, and social media marketing. They have won […]

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When Karly Osten started her role as event specialist at Logical Position, she never dreamed that her new company would provide such a healthy work culture.

Logical Position is a top digital marketing agency offering pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, search engine optimization, website design, graphic design, data feed management, and social media marketing.

They have won consistent accolades as an Inc. 500 company, a Premier Google Partner, a Microsoft Advertising Elite Channel Partner, a Fastest Growing Company (Portland Business Journal), a Top Workplace (The Oregonian), a 100 Best Company (Oregon Business) and #3 Best Workplace in the country (Inc.).

Headquartered in Lake Oswego, Oregon, they have additional offices in Chicago, Las Vegas, Austin, Charlotte, Denver, and Phoenix.

“Overtime is not the culture, and there is definitely a culture of wellness throughout the company.”

Karly Osten

In her role, she is an expert on the digital marketing strategies, as well as marketing for small companies. Even during our interview, she was excited yet passionate about her job. According to resent research by the Harvard Business School, over 70% of employees are actively disengaged.

In a society where things are moving so fast, it is amazing to to see a culture of wellness permeate the corporate sector of corporate marketing.

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