March 19th, 2020

Why the Importance of Teamwork is Essential


Today’s blog is by Margaret Stewart, Director of HR and Administration at SafeSourcing.

Throughout school, sports, and work the importance of teamwork is heavily advocated. In sports, we rely on our teammates’ strengths to create a better and stronger team, often leading to success and wins. With school, we are often assigned group products where everyone has a role to do and the overall project receives a score weighing to stronger work with the weaker. In work, teamwork can help us solve problems through combined experience and using mastered skills to create a more excellent outcome of a project.

 Using teamwork at work is especially important now with the current state of the country and world. We already rely heavily on each other for things we ourselves cannot provide and now is especially important to retain those same teams to work to continue accomplishing goals. Whether you are far or near, you have the tools to stay up to date with each other as if you are in the next room.

 Tools can help you perform your work faster and more easily, but it can also be your lifeline when disaster happens. Whether it is a hurricane, tornado, pandemic, or martial law, we need tools to get through it together. SafeSourcing can help you discover ways in which your organization could benefit for the betterment of all your employees and customers. SafeSourcing offers a full suite of e-procurement tools that can streamline your work processes, like keeping all your documents in one web based and secure location or monitoring your current contracts and know when any given contract might expire. In addition, SafeSourcing tools can help your procurement team source the right supplies and the right suppliers for any need your organization might have.

 For more information on how SafeSourcing can help your sourcing efforts, or on our Risk Free trial program, please contact a SafeSourcing Customer Service Representative. We have an entire team ready to assist you today.



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