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Honoring our Service Men and Women

Cornelius BookerMemorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May. It was formerly known as Decoration Day and commemorates all men and women who have died in military service for the United States. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials on Memorial Day, which is the unofficial start of the summer season. It is traditionally known for its celebration of those we have lost, but during recent years it has also been a time for us to recognize the commitment and sacrifice made by those who have courageously served our country. Continue reading ‘Honoring our Service Men and Women’

All Labor Has Dignity

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King. Not just the man himself, but everything he taught and stood for. Why do we still celebrate him 51 years after his assassination? Although, the man himself has passed away, his dreams, ideals, actions and concern for humanity lives on. Martin Luther King’s legacy lives on. Continue reading ‘All Labor Has Dignity’

Holidays and Company Culture

The holidays are right around the corner. That means things like holiday hiring, and holiday party planning are probably underway too. HR might be busy with the hiring piece. But should you be involved with the holiday planning? If you’re focused on your company’s culture, it’s probably a good idea. If you’ve just gotten a job and need a little help navigating your company’s culture, here is a great article from mystaffpro.com to help you fit right in. Continue reading ‘Holidays and Company Culture’

GRATITUDE

November is the month that we celebrate Thanksgiving. It’s a wonderful time to be with family and friends and share a meal together and take time to be thankful for our blessings. Thanksgiving conjures up pictures of turkey, dressing, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce and other special family treats. Of course, then there are the parades and football games that take place in between naps and cooking and left overs. Continue reading ‘GRATITUDE’

Labor Day 2018

Daniel MabryLabor Day is a yearly celebration of social and economic accomplishments made by America’s workers. The day recognizes the labor force’s great contributions to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. Beginning in 1885, local governments began recognizing their efforts by passing city ordinances. However, it was not until June 28, 1894 that Congress officially established the first Monday of every September as Labor Day. To this day, many people challenge who was the founding father of the holiday; I will leave that open for debate. Continue reading ‘Labor Day 2018’

Special Olympics Celebrates 50 Years

David SpearsThe Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities congratulates the Texas Special Olympics athletes for their outstanding performance at this year’s Games. The 2018 Special Olympic USA Games were held in Seattle July 1-6. A complete list of the 2018 Texas Team can be found at Special Olympics Texas. Continue reading ‘Special Olympics Celebrates 50 Years’

Lessons from a Father’s Child

Cornelius BookerThe job search market is very competitive, especially in today’s market. Once I get a job, I work diligently to make sure that my priority is keeping that job so that I don’t have to tackle the job market again before I am ready. When I think about how I am able to maintain my employment, I always turn to the lessons that my father taught me in life before I had obtained my first job. Those lessons have carried on throughout my life and hopefully can help you as well. Continue reading ‘Lessons from a Father’s Child’


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