staffing agency Archive
A perfect 10! The news is out and we’re happy to share that C&A Industries, Inc. has been named – for the 10th consecutive year – the #1 Employment Agency Omaha by B2B magazine. B2B Omaha is a quarterly magazine featuring profiles of business leaders, local corporations, and stories pertaining to the latest business developments
The Best Places to Work in Omaha have been announced! C&A Industries, Inc. is proud to have been named to this elite list for the eighth time in ten years.
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
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.
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.
C&A employees did a FANTASTIC job fundraising for the Corporate Cup event in 2015! C&A’s wellness committee, AurHealth, received an award from the American Lung Association of Nebraska for fundraising efforts this past year!
C&A was busy this week spreading lots of holiday cheer to employees by providing scrumptious cookies and delicious hot chocolate!
We’ve all heard those horror stories of internships that have gone terribly wrong. I’ve seen things online saying “They made me run to Starbucks every day to get them coffee”. These internship situations minimize the value that the intern brings to the company and do not allow the intern to get the necessary professional experience.
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.
Sterile white floors, regal wooden desks and lecterns, a powerful judge, and hopeful young adults. This was the scene at the courthouse when I sat in on a drug rehabilitation program checkup. Going in I didn’t have clear expectations. What I saw was truly inspiring.