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August 27, 2015

Moira House, Director of Operations for the Memphis office, has been named a finalist for Human Resource Practitioner of the Year.  Sponsored by the Memphis Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), this award is given to an individual that has demonstrated significant impact to the Human Resource function- specifically recognizing examples of strategy implementation that have directly contributed to firm achievements, innovation and unique approaches to addressing key business issues, and quantifiable contributions to overall business strategy.

Eustis Corrigan, Senior Managing Director, commented "Moira has brought a more intensified focus to our office on diversity and other human resources issues. She is clearly an expert in her field and has a great way of communicating with others. Her creative thinking in terms of performance management and goal-setting has set a new gold standard for our office that other practices within the firm are following."

In her role for the Memphis Office, Moira partners with key practice leaders to increase growth, profitability, efficiency and effectiveness. Further, she adds strength to our risk management focus to ensure an effective plan is in place to mitigate all areas of possible risk to our employees, business information, physical assets and finances. Moira oversees Human Resources as well as direct the workflow of administrative services to our internal and external clients.

To attend the HR Excellence Awards on September 9, visit the SHRM website for more details.



August 25, 2015

The Memphis office of CBIZ MHM partnered with the Memphis Business Journal for the fourth annual Super Women in Business Pre-Event Party on August 18th.  Linda Lauer, Lead Managing Director & Co-Attest Practice Leader, welcomed the crowd to the event and gave her personal support for the Awards, as well as the recognition it gives to the Mid-South's leading women decision makers. The 2012-2014 classes of honorees were also invited to mingle and network over drinks and hors d'oeurvres.

This year, the event was held at Sissy’s Log Cabin, a fine jeweler new to Memphis. More than 60 professionals enjoyed the luxurious jewelry and watches on display throughout the venue. Sissy’s jewelry experts were also available to provide insight into the quality and craftsmanship of their selection.  To make the event even more fun, this year’s Super Women were able to pick out any jewelry to wear and have their professional portraits taken.
Lauer, Executive Board member for CBIZ Women's Advantage, offered her insight: “It’s always great having a chance to interact with these amazing women at an event like this. This environment allows us to step away from the big awards and have the opportunity to socialize and network in a more personal setting. This is one of my favorite Memphis Business Journal events, and I look forward to hearing from these successful Super Women at the awards luncheon on Friday.”

It was certainly a glamorous night, and 60 of the Mid-South's most influential business women shined. To view this year's list of Super Women in Business click here. If you'd like more information on the CBIZ Women's Advantage, please contact Linda Lauer at llauer@cbiz.com.




August 20, 2015

You Know We Train. You Know We Tough. Bow Up.

The Memphis Kroc Center’s Challenge Center served as the perfect spot for our bi-annual office meeting.  To kick off the meeting, all of our employees met in the facility’s Grand Hall for a presentation from our Senior Managing Director, Eustis Corrigan, and other committee representatives. Our staff had the opportunity to welcome new employees, congratulate promoted individuals, discuss internal activities, and hear some motivating words.  Also, our Community Involvement had a special announcement.

After ending the meeting portion, it was time to solve some puzzles.  The energetic coaches from the Kroc Center had quite the experience planned.  We separated into eleven teams and focused on creating team names, chants, and an intro video.  Then, we joined together as one large group for some loud, boisterous fun to get everyone ready to go for the team challenge activities.

After shouting chants in the arena, we split into teams for the individual challenges.  We participated in various team building activities that strengthened our abilities to communicate effectively, actively listen, collaborate with diverse minds, and build trust among our peers.  We were able to utilize our critical thinking skills to solve puzzles, strategically maneuver objects, and resolve scenarios in hopes of becoming the winning team.

July's Office Meeting was a memorable experience that provided our staff a unique way to come together for office updates, community involvement, and team building activities.  We thank the Kroc Center staff for providing an energetic atmosphere for stepping out of our comfort zones.





August 18, 2015

 
Inspired by our friend, Carson Head, the
Memphis office committed the first half of 2015 to raising money for another wish child with a life-threatening medical condition through Make-A-Wish® Mid-South.

At our bi-annual office meeting at the Kroc Center, we granted our wish-child, Sheronda, her wish to go to Disney World. Employees dressed up in Disney character costumes and greeted Sheronda with Disney apparel. Sheronda was taken on a scavenger hunt, collecting clues that eventually led to the big reveal. She and her entire family will be flying to Orlando, FL soon to visit Walt Disney World.

In only five months time, our efforts allowed us to raise enough money to grant Sheronda’s wish. Some activities and internal office events made this goal possible:

Star Program: This program was a special way to recognize someone else in the office whether it was an intern, associate, manager, or managing director. All staff had a chance to buy a “Wish star” for another person’s good job that week in the office or out in the field.

March Madness Brackets: Interested employees participated in a firm-wide bracket during the March Madness games. For each entrant’s contribution to the pool, half of the money donated was put toward our Make-A-Wish funds.

Online Fundraising: Through an online fundraising site set-up for our office, employees, their families, and friends could donate directly to our cause.

Thank you to Make-A-Wish® Mid-South for allowing our office to participate in this wonderful program and congratulations to Wish Volunteer and our team leader, Sherry Hodgson, and the entire community involvement committee for inspiring our office and making this wish possible.




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