C&A Industries Archive
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
At C&A Industries, we’re fortunate to not only have more than 45 years of staffing industry success behind us as a company, but also team members who bring years of tenure and experience to our business and to our organization every day. What’s it like to have a longtime career in the staffing and recruiting
We’re excited here at C&A and have news to share! We’ve just been recognized within our industry as one of the 100 largest staffing firms in the world. This is the second year C&A has been included on the “top 100” by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the go-to advisor on staffing and workforce solutions worldwide.
Kaylie Honz is spending the next few months with C&A Industries as part of our Skills for Success summer internship program. This blog was originally featured on her personal page on LinkedIn. Thanks for allowing us to share it with the C&A community, Kaylie! It’s a great feeling when you land a summer internship. You
We’re excited and we’re proud. C&A has recently been recognized with an incredible honor. We’ve been named one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in North America™ for 2017. This national award, given annually, recognizes dynamic companies that display leadership and innovation in engaging employees and fostering positive and productive workplaces. Achievers evaluates companies based
Ever since I was little, I always thought that I wasn’t a “math person.” While some people had the hardwiring necessary to solve equations with ease, I worried that the part of my brain that dealt in numbers was deficient.
Being considerably the most impatient person in the world, hearing the feedback that I needed to relax and “trust the process” didn’t really resonate with me too well. We live in a world that has an increasing desire for instant gratification. When we want something, you better believe we want it now. Maybe we get
Reflect for a moment on the last time you had a disagreement at work: What was your approach to the situation? How did you feel about it? Was the situation satisfactorily resolved? The majority of people react to conflict by burying their head in the sand, with the futile hope that it will...
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