What an incredible compliment to be honored, as a company, by our very own. C&A is proud to be named, for the seventh time, one of the Best Places to Work in Omaha - recognition that comes from our own employees.
Mentor (def): A professor, a manager, a parent, a friend. Mentoring can take on many different forms, from an upper level executive who gives career guidance to a close friend who lends advice during difficult situations. Here at C&A Industries, mentors are found around every corner. I’m 8 weeks into my summer internship and I’ve
There’s nothing like a sweet challenge and a great cause to bring out the creativity of team C&A. For the fifth year, employees pulled out all stops for our Cupcake Wars competition, held on April 22nd. This fun event is one of a series of employee-organized fundraising initiatives benefiting NAMI Nebraska.
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.
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.
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...
I, along with all of the other summer interns, have navigated through the challenges of all-nighters, dorm roommates, and colossal paper piles that have accumulated over the course of the semester – all part of the oh-so-complex life of a college student. However, this summer posed a question that drew us closer together than any
My time at C&A industries and Aureus Medical has been a great learning experience. I have met so many people, whether on the phone talking to nurses or meeting Aureus employees. I came into this internship with previous sales and management experience through a past internship, so I assumed it would be smooth sailing.
Some lessons cannot be taught - they simply have to be learned. Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in the National Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. PBL is a college organization that helps transition students into the business world.
You have spent hours, maybe days creating this awesome resume in hopes of landing an interview. You finally receive the call that you are chosen to interview with that company. What happens next?