ARE YOU AWARE OF THE AFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC ON CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS?

With families dealing with multiple concerns stemming from the world’s pandemic, though children may not verbalize their thoughts and feelings, you can be sure that they exist, and many reactions may surprise you. When a father came home one evening and shared with his family that he had been downsized, losing his job that he’d … Read more

IDEAS FOR STIMULATING GROWTH IN OUR AREA

In these times of extreme stress and mixed emotions, we need the insight and out-of-the-box thinking, which could produce proactive and productive ideas and creations that would ignite the creative juices needed for positive outcomes.  There are those people, who possess a unique ability to conger up ideas and creations, that can stimulate fresh approaches, … Read more

Efforts to Create a Positive & Progressive 2021

When developing a credible, efficient, and strategic plan for the future, a business or organization needs the insight and perspective of intelligent, progressive and experienced professionals, who can collaborate best practices to guide an organization to a solid path of a bright, successful future. The future is always full of unpredictable events and changes, which … Read more

Expanding on the Story of Chuck Yeager

A Continuation of Admiration of a Family and Historic Hero The Silent Hero from a Small Town in WV Chuck Yeager of Hamlin, WV Having grown up in the state of West Virginia, I was blessed with a grandmother who was the epitome of “grandmotherly love”.  She was not only forgiving, patient, supportive, generous, and … Read more

Counting The Blessings – Not Just over the Holidays

With all the rushing around we tend to do this time of year, it is so easy to forget and overlook those small gestures of caring from those who genuinely value our relationships, including co-workers.  This year we have all been especially under stress and allowed our minds to be cluttered with numerous concerns and … Read more

Characteristics of a Credible and Respected CEO/LEADER

As we initially discussed the idea of starting our own business, my husband, Bill Crigger, encouraged my becoming the CEO.  However, I thought he was joking.  I believed in the purpose and focus of our Human Resources firm, but I saw Bill as being more suited for that role.  Still, Bill insisted that I possessed … Read more

Difficult Concerns During COVID – How You Can Help

              Provide Nourishment                     Setting Up Medical Support Centers There are so many concerns during this horrible pandemic crisis.  People are in need in numerous ways.  With so many types of needs, there is always something that any person can do … Read more

Overall Observations and Reactions to National Elections

Election Day is almost upon us.  How does that make you feel?  There are mixed reactions and responses to this question, and probably quite a few who are not sure what they will feel.  Because there are several large issues and concerns connected with this election and those candidates, some outcomes could be positive and … Read more

Hiring: Why Job Candidates Fail to Complete the Interview Process?

Since COVID-19 arrived, it is doubtful that you will see any public “Job Fairs”.  And that is only one change.  The pandemic has required a wide range of changes in business.  Interviews can be by phone or internet, or maybe by televised cameras, though more human resources professionals are finding it unusual and rather disappointing … Read more

During this COVID Period, What Else is on Your Mind?

Of course, COVID is an important topic, and most of us want to get it resolved, but that takes “everyone’s cooperation”.  In the meantime, what is something that might create positive thoughts and might be something that doesn’t trigger a debate or argument?  It is definitely not politics!  With Thanksgiving arriving next month, perhaps we … Read more