All Hands Meeting

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All Hands Meeting

An internal meeting held before the initial public offering of a company. Accountants, lawyers, underwriters, and/or managers may be involved in the all hands meeting; the purpose of the meeting is to resolve all outstanding legal, financial or other issues before the IPO takes place. See also: Due Diligence Meeting.
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Chase also hosted interactive all hands meetings with Sailors and both host-nation and U.S.
All Hands meetings are held twice a year and provide opportunities for meetings between new hires and the executive team, plus a full slate of formal business presentations.
Monthly All Hands meetings conclude with the sharing of staff photos, insights and stories to help each person, regardless of location, learn more about their team members.
Heavily used for training and learning purposes, it's now making its way to the top with live broadcasts of company townhalls, CEO addresses and all hands meetings. But did you know that more and more companies are broadcasting events from remote locations too?
In 2012 I spoke at a companywide Zappos All Hands Meetings, where CEO Tony Hsieh, instead of focusing on the previous year's revenue and sales figures, devoted a huge amount of time to why people love working at Zappos.
and every other month or so, we'd pull everybody together and have "all hands meetings where I would stand up in front of them and stay there until they got all of their questions answered.
* All Hands meetings twice a year with focused time on employee needs, emotional intelligence and community service.