AurStaff Q3 Employee of the Quarter

Congratulations to Ronald W. AurStaff’s Q3 Employee of the Quarter. Ron has been with AurStaff since July 2010 and is a perfect example of an AurStaff employee. Ron is very flexible, goes to work early, and always volunteers for overtime. His quality of work and his initiative go above and beyond the required work performance level is truly admirable. Ron definitely deserves this distinguished honor. Congratulations!

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AurStaff Q2 Employee of the Quarter

Congratulations to Matt W., AurStaff’s Q2 Employee of the Quarter!

Matt W. has worked with AurStaff since August of 2006 with several clients. Always eager for a new challenge, Matt learns quickly and performs at peak capacity. The supervisor at his current client states, “Matt is very dependable, flexible with job duties, works any shift, and will change shifts with no notice. He is known as the “go-to” for any project.” We are proud to have Matt on the team and congratulate him for a job well done!

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C&A Named Among Best Places to Work

We’ve just received some exciting news! For the second year in a row, our company has been recognized as one of Omaha’s Best Places to Work.

This annual competition, sponsored by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce and Baird Holm, recognizes a select number of companies based on employee surveys which measure employee satisfaction and engagement. C&A, parent company of AurStaff, has been named in the category of organizations with more than 250 employees.

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How to ask the right question

No one has all the answers. That means asking questions is one of the most important skills you can master, whether you’re talking to employees, friends, or children. Questions should be short, simple, and concrete—easy to understand and think about. To use questions effectively, though, you must know what kinds of questions to ask.

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Conflict in the Workplace Means Less Commitment

Can’t we all just get along? Human resources managers report that they spend anywhere from 24 to 60 percent of their time trying to resolve workplace conflicts, according to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). SHRM says that almost 60 percent of survey respondents have seen violent incidents in their workplace over the last three years, with “personality conflicts” as the main cause.

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