Company Culture Archive
Ten C&A teams competed in a Turkey Toss with Team Ellen earning the victory!
C&A welcomed children of employees to our Omaha offices for a fun-filled Trick-or-Treat. And, our Marketing and Training Departments battled it out in a pumpkin carving contest!
Giving employees the tools to grow, both personally and professionally, is an important part of C&A's culture. C&A recently launched a Part 2 of its Professional Development course. The 10-week session focuses on topics such as Conflict Management, Generations in the Workplace, Assertiveness and Ethics for Everyone, and more.
Nearly 300 C&A employees, families, and guests enjoyed a sunny fall afternoon at the Bellevue Berry Farm & Pumpkin Ranch on Saturday, October 2, 2010
C&A employees participated with enthusiasm in the 2010 Corporate Cup, held Sunday, September 19th in Omaha, Nebraska. The annual event benefits the American Lung Association.
C&A employees had some fun raising money for the Corporate Cup, benefiting the American Lung Association. C&A held a Penny Wars contest to select the winning t-shirt design from those submitted by various teams. The Physician division came out on top! In addition, employees paid to wear jeans to work on September 3rd and enjoyed
C&A's Steve Wilson and his family took part in the Corporate Cycling Challenge, held annually in Omaha and Nebraska's largest one-day bicycling event.
C&A employees endured hot temps and heated competition on August 21st to raise money for Camp Fire USA. Eleven teams went head-to-head in a double elimination volleyball tourament. Lots of fun for a great cause!
Social media is all around us and it has evolved since the first launch of MySpace. Now, everyone is connected in one way shape or form, but have you checked out your online reputation lately?
Taking their personal fitness goals to a whole new level, C&A employees Mark Wolf and Paul Fishburn competed in their first indoor Ironman, triathlon event. Common Ground Recreational Center in Elkhorn, Nebraska held the indoor, week-long event in May.