People Posts

Investing in Our Employees

Investing in Our Employees

In this post, the head of LifeLock’s member services team shares thoughts on investing in employees.

Getting every employee to meaningfully contribute is as simple as activating their brains.

When was the last time you talked about training? Ok, now when was the last time you hosted training that was worthwhile?

If you’re not thrilled with your answers, you’re not alone. Professional development is something we talk about often, but rarely do with flair. According to the CEO of CareerBuilder, companies spend more per employee on coffee than they do on training. And yet, the benefits of training done right can be enormous.

Michael’s Here to Help Members Victimized by Identity Theft

Michael’s Here to Help Members Victimized by Identity Theft

Talk to anyone who’s been victimized by identity theft and who didn’t have help resolving the situation, and they’ll tell you that getting things straightened out can be complicated. There’s the time and the phone calls, not to mention the conversations that don’t always go according to plan.

Kids Take Over!

Kids Take Over!

It’s not every day we have kids take over LifeLock.

But…we’re thrilled to have more than 50 children in our offices today, as LifeLock celebrates Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

This day is the keystone event of a public education program, connecting what children learn at school with what happens in the working world.

2016 is the 23rd year of the program, with more than 40 million young people and adults participating in some 3 million workplaces in the U.S., including our offices in Tempe, Ariz., and Mountain View, San Diego and San Francisco, Calif.

Have a look!

Striving for “Ta Da!” Moments at Work? I Have a Better Approach.

Striving for “Ta Da!” Moments at Work? I Have a Better Approach.

Picture this. Your boss assigns you a major project and you disappear to work your magic. When you return to reveal the results, presenting to a huge crowd and even the CEO, you receive a standing ovation from everyone in the room. Big cheers, high-fives, and backslapping—because you knocked it out of the park! Nice feeling, huh?

Be careful with this approach. My experience tells me…it rarely works.

Teamwork Throwdown in Mountain View

Teamwork Throwdown in Mountain View

It’s getting serious in our offices. Well, serious and kinda crazy.

Here’s the story. One of the challenges in a company of any size is increasing collaboration and communication. It’s not always easy to have engineers, product developers, marketers and others work together to get things done. Each group has different approaches and skills, and even within a group, you have people with different personalities and temperaments.

Just like real life, huh?