Why should we do background checks on staff and volunteers? Basic answer: You want to know you can trust your employees to be productive, honest, and outstanding representatives of your organization. Many times, your staff and/or volunteers may be the
It all began in 1977 when a 30 year old social worker, Virgil Gulker, thought that there had to be a better way to tap into the resources and desire of local churches to serve their community. Love In the
According to Quest Diagnostics, failed drug tests reached an all-time high in 2017 and it is only expected to continue to rise. With the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana sweeping the nation, it raises some important HR questions and
In 1991, when Charles Robbins returned to Denver from Los Angeles, he found that friends living with HIV/AIDS were wasting away before his eyes.
Assessing your organization’s needs requires answers to:
Christine Gray, Owner/Director— Empowering Independence Christine’s daughter was born with a condition called Golden Hars Syndrome. Basically, the right side of her facial bone structure didn’t develop as much as her left side, leaving her deaf on the right side
“I did a database search – isn’t that enough?” We get that question a lot. The answer could be yes, but mostly it is NO.
Polished Industries was started in 2016 to provide hope, support, and employment to disadvantaged young women while creating beautiful gifts that their customers are delighted to give and receive.
A recent article published in the Orlando Sentinel had us asking a question that seems to have a straight forward answer, however, in the light of many states experiencing low unemployment, has appeared to make the question less straight forward.
Book Trust envisions a world where literacy removes barriers and provides all children with the tools to navigate life successfully.