C&A is excited to announce the launch of mobile websites for two of our staffing and recruiting firms, Aureus Medical Group and Celebrity Staff, m.aureusmedical.com and m.celebritystaff.com! Accessible via any web-enabled phone or smartphone, the sites offer the core information about the respective firms, areas of specialty, and career options for jobs seekers. The sites also feature a comprehensive job search tool and links to our online application. This is just the first phase of mobile website development within C&A. Sites for other business divisions are in the works!
C&A recently held our quarterly Leadership meeting, which highlighted our Employees of the Year from our staffing firms as well as the impact C&A employees have made within the community.
C&A employees Bill Halloran and Rory Audino will slip on their running shoes for the New Orleans Mardi Gras Rock and Roll Marathon and Half Marathon.
Signs are pointing to an economic upswing. People are slowly starting to purchase again which for our business (staffing) means companies are beginning to hire. Just check out Careerlink.com and you’ll find over 300 sales positions posted for the Omaha area compared to 100 not long ago. What does that mean for our own workforce? Our summer hiring is in motion. We’re adding internal staff to serve our clients’ hiring needs and we’re off to a great start!
There was a lot of ducking and weaving on Saturday, April 4th at the first annual “Ducking and Dodging for a Cure” co-ed dodgeball tournament. The event, organized by employees in Aureus Medical Group, a C&A company, was a huge success! A total of 13 teams participated, raising more than $1,000 for Camp Quality Heartland.
Congrats to Matt Neel and Abby Hansen, Account Managers for the Medical Laboratory division, for being awarded the “Patriotic Employer” award from the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. One of their contract employees, Brian Tyler, nominated both of them. Colonel Retired John Bryan presented the certificates to Matt and Abby at the monthly Allied Health meeting in April.
Stephanie Ahlmann, from the Aureus Medical Group Nursing division, recently visited Thailand to catch up with her relatives who she has only met a few times. For some relatives, this was the first time she has met them. In honor of her trip, Stephanie wanted to do something special for her family, so she made arrangements to donate a laptop computer to her nephew’s 6th grade English classroom. In the spirit of giving, the Aureus Medical Group nursing admin team organized a fundraising breakfast in early January to help Stephanie purchase the computer. Stephanie tells us in her own words about her adventure and some of the culture of this third world country.