Archive for May, 2016

Lean into the Workforce

Diego Trevino

Recently I attended some courses on Lean Six Sigma, continuous improvement methods that companies implement to cut costs and add value. This led me to believe that there are certain lean principles that can definitely help in your job search. In this blog I will share aspects that can transform your mindset and help you to continuously improve. Continue reading ‘Lean into the Workforce’

The Ultimate Sacrifice

David SpearsMemorial Day offers Americans a time to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and liberty in this great nation, The United States of America. In the process of honoring the memory of those veterans and their families, we also pay tribute to the veterans who have served and are still living today. Continue reading ‘The Ultimate Sacrifice’

Paving the Pathway to Success

Frieda CarmoucheOn Saturday April 2, 2016 I had the honor of representing Workforce Solutions as one of several presenters for The Apprenticeship “Paving the Pathway to Success” training day for young adult Transitioners. The event was held in Houston, Texas at the Lighthouse for the Blind facility, and our host was DARS, the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. Continue reading ‘Paving the Pathway to Success’

Happy Mother’s Day

Thelisa LavergneTo the Pioneers of Work Ethic
Mother’s Day is a modern celebration honoring one’s mother, motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mother’s on society. It is a time to appreciate and recognize those who have had a positive impact on our lives. But, what we often don’t recognize or give thought to is the influence that our mothers have had on what type of employee we are in the work place. Continue reading ‘Happy Mother’s Day’