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When you write down your goals you will have a greater chance to follow through and achieve them! Many people find this to be overwhelming and don’t know where to start, but I am here to help get you started.
Throughout the daily tasks, recruiting calls, market research projects, and weekly intern classes, it’s been quite the busy summer for me and my fellow 19 interns involved with C&A’s Skills for Success summer internship program. We have attended classes geared toward giving efficient feedback, acting with professionalism in the workplace, writing blog posts, and exploring
We are so pleased to announce that C&A’s founder and chairman, Larry Courtnage, has been named by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce to its 2018 Business Hall of Fame. Larry is one of five individuals being recognized by the organization, now in its 25th year of honoring area leaders for their commitment to Omaha’s
What does it take to change the trajectory of a young person’s life? Sometimes, it’s as simple as just being there. Youth with mentors are more likely to be successful in school, engage in leadership, further their education, and have opportunities for career choices. And yet, 16 million young people in America are without a
Two years ago C&A launched a professional development program based on the concepts in the best-selling book, The Energy Bus, by Jon Gordon. Since then, the positivity-based, be the driver of your own bus movement has taken hold within our organization and has evolved to include more employees more activities. Our Fall session of year
I’m in my first phase of a summer internship at C&A Industries with its affiliate Aureus Medical Group, a national leader in the healthcare staffing industry. I’ve worked in corporate environments before, so I’m mindful of how organizations set themselves apart. In my first week, I conducted quality service surveys where healthcare employees on travel
In a company as large as we are it’s not always easy to pull off surprises, but every couple of months we succeed with our spontaneous “Take Fives” that bring our employees together for an afternoon (and sometimes morning) treat and camaraderie.