All-Hands Meeting

All-Hands Meeting

A meeting that every employee in a company or department is required to attend. An all-hands meeting may be used to make special announcements.
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The rest of the team has been rescheduled to attend a mandatory all-hands meeting at their facility this afternoon, so they will not be available.
Then we have an all-hands meeting 15 minutes before our main library opens (FaceTime-ing in our branch staff).
On Monday, maybe you need general trends for an all-hands meeting.
Three months after the company pulled the plug, CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked by an employee during an all-hands meeting why Facebook Anon was shut down.
At the conclusion of the all-hands meeting, Bickert shook hands with staff members and thanked them for their service while Cintron met with enlisted personnel for additional remarks.
Minutes before the company began an all-hands meeting to discuss the investigation with employees, chief executive Travis Kalanick sent a memo about his decision to take a personal leave of absence for an indefinite period of time.
I remember having to give a presentation at our first all-hands meeting on value creation.
For example, hold an all-hands meeting to discuss the notion that you're considering a merger.
Word is that the two discussed the startup incubator initiative at a recently held all-hands meeting.
com)-- At its most recent all-hands meeting, Private Bank of Buckhead, which includes Private Bank of Decatur and PrivatePlus Mortgage, recognized Welma Baer with the Chairman's award.
In response, my client held an all-hands meeting and made the failure public and stressed how this example counters all this team stood for as the warfighter's trusted provider of capability.
Attempting to prop up morale after extensive layoffs prior to his appointment, Rothman told an all-hands meeting of Sony employees that he had no intention of slashing jobs, and had not directed downsizing in any of his previous positions.