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Tom’s Troops Turn Out for MS Walk

C&A employees turned out in big numbers to participate in the 2016 MS Walk in Omaha, NE.

C&A employees Take 5 for cookies!

C&A was busy this week spreading lots of holiday cheer to employees by providing scrumptious cookies and delicious hot chocolate!

Make an Impact with the Colors You Wear

As I was sitting at my desk looking down at my shirt, I started to think about the color I was wearing and if it affected the way people interacted with me. I couldn’t stop thinking about it and it led me to find out more.

How to Help Your Co-Workers Re-Attack Their Day

Are you inspiring the people around you to re-attack their day each time you speak?

How to Work a Full Time Summer Internship without Giving up Your Life

All I wanted during the school year was a summer internship in my college town. When my wish was granted, I took a step back and realized I was now entering the real world. Working a summer internship is one of the most rewarding yet challenging aspects of growing up.

Being Successful in the Workplace: A Reflection of You

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most incredible of them all? You most certainly are! A survey of adults by the American Psychological Association discovered that the most important factor to happiness and well-being is self-esteem.

Lessons in Leadership: Sincere Environments Encourage Employees

Last year, I arrived for my interview at C&A Industries 45 minutes early, worried that my car would spontaneously break down or I’d be delayed by Omaha’s bustling mid-afternoon traffic. Aiming for, “Wow, she’s prompt and responsible!” rather than, “Is that girl still sitting in the lobby?”

Lessons in Leadership: C&A’s Spirit of Service

The few weeks before Christmas are my favorite time of year. I love that people are full of cheer, the city is beautifully lit, and classic songs and movies play around the clock. Best of all is the atmosphere of giving and spirit of service.

Lessons in Leadership: Contagious Culture & Commitment to Clients

I landed the job of a lifetime when I was thirteen years old. As the founder and CEO of my own company, I handed out sparkly purple business cards and established a local clientele for weekly babysitting jobs. The hours were flexible and the benefits couldn’t be topped.

The Secrets to Stop Making Mountains out of Molehills

Did you know there’s a thing called “Blue Hand Disease” (Raynaud's phenomenon)? I didn’t either until I frantically googled to find out why my hands were blue. It was May and I didn’t feel cold and I didn’t have anything apparently cutting off my circulation...