HAPPY VETERANS DAY!
November 11, 2020
Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is
a federal holiday
celebrated throughout the United States on November 11. It is a day for remembering and honoring all military veterans, or more specifically, those who have served
in the United States Armed
Forces (and were
discharged under conditions other than dishonorable). With WW1 being a unified effort, it would make sense that other countries around the world would want to
honor their vet... Continue reading
The Mayonnaise Jar and 2 Cups of Coffee
March 02, 2020
So, in today's day and time, with everything
going on in the world, we need to always make an effort to think positive and
see the good things around us. One day I ran across a story
that not only made me stop and think but also touched me on a personal level.
It was a simple story of a professor with a mayonnaise jar and two cups of
coffee. Although no one has been able to determine the origin of this simple
store, some have said that... Continue reading
12 TIPS FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING
February 19, 2020
it comes to fears, the most common (even over death) is the feat of public
speaking. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, the fear of
public speaking, or glossophobia, affects around 73% of the population and is
considered a social anxiety disorder.
most people the biggest worry about public speaking is the dreaded “Brain
Freeze”. When... Continue reading
Childcare in the workplace: Pros and Cons
February 05, 2020
With the demand to balance
home and family life and the cost for good childcare constantly rising, studies
show that more and more employees are struggling with missing work as they
juggle school holidays, sick kids, school schedules, and even the unexpected.
Sometimes even dropping out of work all together for years at a time to take
care of their children.
To respond to this, more
employers are looking into the pros and cons of offering on-sit... Continue reading
January 20, 2020
Now a days it seems like every time we turn on the television or the news there is another shooting. As of August 31, 2019, there were a reported 297 mass shootings across the U.S. where 4 or more people were shot in a single incident (an alarming 1.2 shoot... Continue reading
TrendHR hosts annual Salsa Day!
December 13, 2019
Every year TrendHR takes a day just to show its appreciation and say Thank you to all of it clients for being a part of what has made this Rockwall based business so successful. What better way to do this than with a little Texas treat of chips and homemade salsa!
During the day all of the employees take part in the process of chopping veggies, blending, poring, labeling and decorating over a hundred jars of fresh salsa that is then hand delivered to every client individually by a TrendHR employee. Continue reading
How this Rockwall HR company stands up to the giants
December 11, 2019
By David Ajamy – Digital Reporter, Dallas
Dec 9, 2019, 9:41am EST
When D.W. Bobst was playing basketball at
Texas A&M University-Commerce, he had no idea that in the future he would
be the founder of a company in the human resources sector.
TrendHR wins #7 on the SMU Cox Dallas 100!
December 02, 2019
Dallas 100™, co-founded
by the SMU Cox Caruth Institute, honors the ingenuity, commitment and
perseverance of the fastest-growing privately held entrepreneurial businesses
in the Dallas area. This year’s winning companies collectively generated 3.5 billion
in sales in 2018, according to Simon Mak, the Linda A. and Kenneth R. Morris
Endowed Director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU Cox. Collectively,
the companies grew at an average annual growth rate of 82 percent from 2016 to
2018. Together, they created almost 7,000 jobs... Continue reading
Retraining Your Brain in 20 minutes
November 18, 2019
As we get older it becomes evident that remembering things
that we want to remember becomes increasingly difficult. It can be particularly
frustrating when it comes to remembering learning material or even a simple
process that needs to be repeated at work.
The Forgetting Curve was developed by Hermann Ebbinghaus, a
German psychologist who pioneered the experimental study of memory.
Ebbinghaus hypothesized that the ability of the brain to retain information decreases
over time when there is no attempt to retain it. Of cour... Continue reading
NAPEO Study shows ROI of 27% when using a PEO
November 04, 2019
According to a new study released Sept 17, 2019 by the National
Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO), the average client
of a professional employer organization (PEO) can expect a return on investment
of 27.2 percent (,775 per year per employee) based on cost savings alone.
This study, conducted by w... Continue reading
Generations in the Workplace Part 2
October 25, 2019
Generations in the Workplace Part 1 we got to know a little bit about
the different generations in the workplace today and how they differ in their
general thought processes and also the attributes and skills that each one
unique backgrounds and perspective... Continue reading
Generations in the Workplace: Part 1 of 2
October 07, 2019
For the first time, our
workforce is now being comprised of five different generations, all working together
in the same area with their own skills, views and needs.
Baby Boomers, Generation X’ers, Millennials and Generation Z all aiming for
workplace success, gauging the needs of each group is becom... Continue reading
6 Simple Tips to A Healthier Lifestyle:
September 16, 2019
work/school, kids, activities, and family obligations it can be an ongoing
battle to stay fit and healthy in a high-speed day to day life. In an article by
Samantha Olson on Medical
Daily ,she gives us 6 simple ways
for people with busy schedules to stay fit and healthy with just the simplest
Click the link below to view article:
6 Health And Fitness Tips For Busy People Who Want Results Without Trying
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September 11, 2019
At 8:45 a.m. on
September 11, 2001, the world watched as American Airlines Flight 11, collided
into the World Trade Center’s north tower in New York City. The damage was
instant, killing hundred while hundreds more remained trapped in the 110-story
skyscraper. A very short 18 minutes later, a second plane, United Airlines
Flight 175, flew into the south tower. A third plane, American Airlines Flight
77, then crashed into the west side of the Pentagon near Washingt... Continue reading
Motivation & Retaining Employees
September 04, 2019
Keeping your best employees takes some serious
effort but it’s well worth it!
Getting employees engaged is the key to great
are some key ways Manage... Continue reading
TrendHR makes Inc.5000 annual list of fastest growing companies for the 7th year!
August 23, 2019
Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of
America’s Fastest-Growing Private
Companies—the Inc. 5000
For the 7th year, TrendHR appears on
the Inc. 5000
How to Deal with Workplace Violence
August 19, 2019
When we turn on the
TV nowadays it seems like everywhere we look there is some kind of violence.
It’s in our streets, schools, churches, grocery stores and even in our
workplace. Workplace violence is not only the physical act of violence but can
also include disruptive behavior, intimidation, harassment, and threats. It can
effect everyone from employees, clients, and even visitors to the job site.
Accommodating Employees with Mental Health Conditions
August 05, 2019
Under the ADA, mental illness is referred to as “psychiatric disability”
and can cover bipolar disorder, major depression, post-traumatic stress
disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and many other conditions. Based on
this definition, some people with mental health challenges are considered
disabled while others are not.
2018, roughly 1 in 4 a... Continue reading
Getting Talent Back to Work
July 15, 2019
The Society for Human
Resource Management (SHRM) along with Koch Industries have recently introduced
a national initiative called Getting Talent Back to Work.
This initiative calls for
business executives, association leaders, HR professionals, hiring managers,
and thei... Continue reading