“We were just looking for a space that allowed us more collaboration and teamwork,” says vice president Lea Ann Gabbert.
She says as the company expanded in the High Touch space, it resulted in a long, skinny row of offices and cubicles. Gabbert says the new space will be a big square “so that we could all be together.”
The company, which is headquartered in Salt Lake City and provides compensation and performance management solutions for clients nationally, will be in its new space Sept. 24.
The lease brings the Farm Credit Bank Building to 100 percent occupancy.