The 2021 Champion for Children award recipient was announced recently during LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council’s virtual “Plant a Pinwheel Celebration.” Sandra Parker was named the winner in honor ofher personal, professional, and community-wide work supporting and empowering children and youth in Livingston County.The Champion for Children award is a joint effort between the CAP Council and the Great Start Collaborative of Livingston County to recognize outstanding individuals who devote
Annual Celebrity Golf Scramble Benefits Abused Children The community can golf for good and support children at LACASA Center by registering for the organization’s annual “Drive Out Child Abuse” Celebrity Golf Scramble set for June 28, 2021, at Oak Pointe Country Club in Brighton. All proceeds from this fundraiser help vulnerable victims of child abuse from the community. Golfers will mix and mingle with professional sports celebrities while they play for charity. Attendees are welcome to take photos
A competitive compensation strategy is the key to attract and retain top talent. After a tumultuous 2020, there are encouraging signs for the year ahead as economic momentum continues to build. As a leader in the staffing industry, Express Employment Professionals is in tune with current employment market trends. And, the indicators are there that jobs are coming back, and companies will increasingly need workers to fill them.Where do you start? Express Employment Professionals developed our 2021
LACASA Offers Child Abuse Prevention Information Throughout April April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council will offer a series of initiatives to raise awareness about preventing child abuse in our community. A variety of activities are planned throughout the month including Wear Blue Day on April 1, education on the impact of trauma and the importance of family resilience, as well as the agency’s CAP Month kick-off event, “Plant a Pinwheel
One year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to close their doors, even temporarily, many hiring decision-makers say their companies have made changes to keep employees safe in physical workplaces. This is according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. Hiring decision-makers reported safety changes made in the last several months include:Adding sanitation stations around the workplace: 46%Providing personal protective equipment (PPE):
Kathy Myers recently joined a Howell office of the financial services firm Edward Jones as a branch office administrator (BOA) trainee. "A branch office administrator is not only responsible for the daily operation of the branch, but also must provide top-level client service and marketing support for my activities," said Kelly Albrant, local financial advisor for the firm. Kathy comes to the firm with many years of customer service experience. Her last position was managing the UPS Store in Fenton for
In recognition of April as National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), LACASA Center will host a free virtual film event and live discussion featuring Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy. The nonprofit organization also is encouraging the public to participate in its annual Denim Day event. LACASA provides comprehensive services for local victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. The agency’s Sexual Assault Response Center offers confidential forensic exams in a private setting and
Wake Up Livingston has purchased the Reality Tour Program for use in Livingston County and is hosting this event for FREE. The tour is recommended for children age 10 and up when accompanied by their parent. Advance reservation is necessary, as space is limited.Register at https://livcorealitytour2021.eventbrite.com.