The July 2018 issue of Utah Business magazine highlights the Entrepreneur of the Year, EY awards entrepreneurs who are changing the way we do business. Also featured are What To Do When Your Employee Starts Checking Out and Regent Street’s Vibrant Reformation.
Entrepreneur of the Year:
Every year, EY awards entrepreneurs who are changing the way we do business. Let’s meet the changemakers.
What To Do When Your Employee Starts Checking Out:
One Utah manager made it a habit to offer basketball tickets to several of his team members. But he never explained why certain people received the tickets and others did not. This left employees who didn’t receive tickets wondering if they weren’t doing as good of a job. Did the manager see the tickets as a reward for a job well done? Were those employees being compensated for bringing something new to the table? And what did it mean when tickets went to the same person more than once?
Regent Street’s Vibrant Reformation
Just an hour before the first overture notes ascend from the orchestra pit, theatergoers sit at a contemporary counter next door, noshing on gold potato gnocchi with langoustines and Pink Pine pizza—a surprising confluence of fennel sausage, leek, and shishito pepper, wood-fired to perfection in a Valoriani oven.