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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Windows Central says, "Microsoft showcased this device to multiple employees at an internal all-hands meeting earlier this year, which is very unusual for the company.
We celebrated our 20th anniversary, and brought together our founders, along with our current leadership, during our employee all-hands meeting, to reflect on the past and celebrate how far we've come.
Steve Kessel, Amazon's SVP of physical stores, told employees in an all-hands meeting that the company plans to add "additional payment mechanisms" to its Go stores in order to address "discrimination and elitism" at the cashierless stores, CNBC's Eugene Kim reports, citing the meeting.
Along the way, though, a funny thing happened: If the content of the all-hands meeting wasn't compelling or time sensitive, the percentage of employees watching the rebroadcast rose.
Gottlieb told employees the FDA would hold an all-hands meeting on Tuesday.
(https://daringfireball.net/linked/2019/01/14/iphone-batteries-and-apples-quarterly-miss) Daring Fireball  reports that in a recent all-hands meeting, Cook told employees that Apple replaced 11 million batteries under the program, compared to the 1 million to 2 million iPhone batteries it typically replaces under normal conditions.
Following his briefing, Administrator Wheeler held an all-hands meeting with the regional staff.
Imagine you're having an all-hands meeting and want to get feedback from everyone in the room.
Last fall, a very highly ranked company revealed in an all-hands meeting that it was confronting soaring medical and prescription drug claims.
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. But on Friday, you need very detailed statistics for a report.