Our Human Resources team works incredibly hard every month to provide our employees with the work place environment, resources and support they deserve. May was no different. Take a look at the initiatives and learning opportunities they provided over the past month.


Dianne DeSevo, Global Chief HR Officer, Leaders League

Creating a Coaching Culture at ENGINE

Dianne DeSevo, Chief Global HR Officer at ENGINE, shared with the Leaders League her commitment to our Coaching Culture here at ENGINE and how this is an important part of our culture. Dianne believes that creating a culture of coaching sets us up for success by taking the employee from where they are in their career path to where they want to be. The goal is to have our leaders 100% invested in the future of our employees in order to lead ENGINE to success.

ENGINE Spark Ignite Your Passion

SPARK! Helping Our Managers Succeed

The most valuable asset of our company is our people. This month, we shared resources to help our managers and leaders through Talent Planning, which is an important talent management process that will help them effectively manage, develop, coach and retain our employees at ENGINE. Additionally, in honor of May being Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we created a learning path to highlight Diversity and Inclusion-related courses and courses taught by Asian authors on the LinkedIn Learning platform. 


ENGINE Connects!

ENGINE Connects! Bringing Our Employees Together

This month, we celebrated all of our ENGINE moms for Mother’s Day and hosted a Bingo game night for Cinco de Mayo where we shared knowledge about the holiday and the Mexican culture. We also recognized Memorial Day to kick off the summer by giving an extra company-wide day off on Friday 28, so we could all enjoy the long weekend!  


ENGINE + Mogul

D&I Celebrating Diversity: AAPI, Jewish and Haitian Cultures

ENGINE’s employee led D&I Affinity Group continuously aims to create a culture of inclusion at ENGINE by putting diversity, inclusion and equity at the forefront of everything we do. May was no different. We kicked off the month with an employee survey to ensure all D&I efforts meet the needs of employees. There was plenty to celebrate, recognize, and give voice to in the month of May starting with our kick-off of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Tiffany Pham, CEO & Founder of Mogul, the largest platform for women and diverse talent, shared her amazing journey and helped ENGINE proudly announce its partnership and commitment to increasing diversity in our candidate pipeline by 50% and in hires by 22% over the next three years. This amazing event was followed by our Jewish Heritage and Haitian Heritage celebrations. Now more than ever, ENGINE understands the importance of creating a safe and inclusive environment.


Be Well: Educating Employees on Addiction

We strongly believe in supporting the well-being of our employees.  This comes in many forms. Lisa Mount, Sr. Budget & Compliance Specialist in ENGINE Insights, facilitated a Be Well conversation on addiction. Lisa shared her personal story on how addiction impacted her family and offered her experience about recovery through support groups and resources. This talk was held to help challenge the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health issues. Additionally, in honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, we provided our employees with access to many eLearning courses around mental health and well-being.


Learn more about each of our HR initiative programs here

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ENGINE + Credible

ENGINE Signs Credible, Leading Consumer Finance Marketplace

New York, March 30th, 2021 – ENGINE, a global full-service media and marketing services company, announced today it has signed Credible as a client. Credible ( is a leading consumer finance marketplace that enables consumers to compare instant, accurate prequalified rates from multiple financial institutions for mortgages, student loans and personal loans.


ENGINE Insights International Women’s Day Survey Finds…

In recognition of International Women’s Day, the ENGINE Insights CARAVAN® team conducted a survey to discover Americans’ views on how well they think brands, the media and advertising are doing in their representation of women. The survey also asked participants about what they see as the biggest challenges women face in the workplace – and about the benefits of working from home due to COVID-19.


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