Mission DR- 2015
Be a difference maker in 2015! Do this by creating an impact serving the people of the Dominican Republic (DR).
In HIS Name HR LLC in conjunction with Cups of Cold Water Ministry is leading trips that will open your eyes and fill your heart.
Trips Are Forming Now
7 days – 6 night trip (Two Travel Days)
This trip is focused on service, evangelism and personal Christian development.
It is expected that this trip will provide you with the opportunity to express God’s love by helping others. This trip is life changing for anyone in any stage in his or her walk with Christ.
This is a working trip! Be prepared to roll up your sleeves and make an impact!
We will have several main focus areas during the trip.
1. Serve food and water to people in extreme poverty. (Dump Feeding)
2. Deliver kid ministry and enrichment to Dominican and Haitian disadvantaged Children. (Vacation Bible School)
3. Service Projects, which may include painting, cleaning and building homes. (Zion Village Support)
4. Village evangelism, allows us to present the gospel in a meaningful way to children and adults alike. (Movie Nights)
Contact us to learn more and and receive an information fact sheet with trip particulars .Please place in the subject line “DR2015″.
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In an economy that is yielding very little career opportunities, we are excited to be retained by this wonderful growing organization that provides packaging and distribution for the organic and cage free egg market.
NY Sales & Marketing Administrative Assistant
Purpose of Position:
The NY Sales & Marketing Administrative Assistant has primary responsibility for ensuring the orderly operation of an effective sales and marketing department through his/her use of expert administrative capabilities. Additionally, it is important to note that the Administrative Assistant will assist in ensuring that potential customers’ needs are and will be met.
Some Required Skills and Education
Due to the overwhelming response we anticipate we ask that you are patient during the selection and interview process. All qualified applicants will be notified.
Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.
Serious and confidential inquiries: HR@InHISNameHR.com
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Finding and keeping qualified talent has never been more challenging or expensive. Too many companies implement haphazard hiring methods that are not only inefficient, but also potentially illegal.
Are people hired systematically at your organization? Does Human Resources (HR) know what they are doing?
The best companies in the world use sophisticated processes to find and hire new workers. If you don’t have a solid system in place to hire workers, consider creating policies, and putting them in writing, that outline your process in detail.
Ready to get started?
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In HIS Name HR LLC Partners with Faith Driven Business Entrepreneur Network
Mark A. Griffin joins the Faith Driven Business Entrepreneur Network as a human resources expert, contributing content, support and expertise derived from his 25 years at Merck, Quaker Oats, and Kodak corporations.
“We are so excited to have Mark on board to help our subscribers take their organizations to the next level,” Steve Hoeft, founder of Faith Driven Business Entrepreneur Network and FaithDrivenBusiness.com, says. “We know Mark will help prosper these organizations to levels they’ve never imagined.”
In HIS Name HR supports many Christian-owned organizations and Griffin is keen to bring his expertise to assist subscribers of the Faith Driven Network. He knows what works and what does not work, and, most important, he sees the world through the employee’s perspective. He believes in treating everyone with dignity and respect, because, as he explains, employees are a company’s family.
“When I launched our firm three years ago,” Mark Griffin says, “I hadn’t foreseen the degree to which we would transform the businesses we serve by guiding leadership to embrace Christian principles. When the changes we implemented, for example, resulted in one of our clients nearly doubling their sales, growing from $5 to 9 million, they credited that success to In HIS Name HR, saying we were responsible for their explosive growth. The human resources decisions we help organizations make definitely have an impact.”
Faith Driven Business is a training network for Christian entrepreneurs building amazing businesses. They are the go-to resource for all business needs, from startup all the way through to success. They provide the latest social media tips and secrets to sustain a business—and the faith of its leaders—through the inevitable struggles, and triumph.
In HIS Name HR is a human resources outsourcing and business-consulting firm created to help Christian-led companies pilot the complex issues of managing human resources within their organizations.Founded by HR expert Mark Griffin in 2011, In HIS Name HR strives to reflect Christ in all areas, believing that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect, and that employees are the core of a company’s family.
In HIS Name HR provides around-the-clock support and representation in all HR situations through progressive HR programs designed and proven to increase productivity and profitability, eliminate non-value-added practices, and enhance employee well-being. For more information, visit InHISNameHR.com or telephone them at 717-572-2183. Connect with Mark on LinkedIn or Twitter.
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Mark A. Griffin
Do not let your mouth lead you into sin. And do not protest to the temple messenger, “My vow was a mistake.” Why should God be angry at what you say and destroy the work of your hands?
Have you ever watched one of your best employees produce excellent results and then ruin it all with their arrogance? Have you ever witnessed a senior executive deliver a passionate speech that rocked your world but, at the end, credit themselves and not their teams? If you have, you will know how bad they look and how unfortunate it is that their hard work and dedication was just overshadowed by their arrogance and self-love.
Give credit to the Team, not yourself
The workplace can be challenging in the sense that we are to perform, and that performance is typically measured and reviewed. But that measurement and level of deliverance is between you and your superior, not between you and the entire company!
No one likes a braggart, so if you keep your performance results to performance discussions, and if you are managing your teams to do the same, you are building a “Kingdom Minded” Organization
Help our community of readers
How do you give credit to your employees? Are there some simplistic tools you have used in the past? Let us know. We love to learn new ideas.
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Poor employee performance can kill an organization. Low productivity, incompetence, and unneeded expenses are the last thing you want at any time, particularly in today’s tough economy.
After decades of work in the field of business and human resources, I know that few things upgrade and energize an organization like a solid Performance Management System. A performance management system incorporates your organization’s annual goals and objectives to create the structure and accountability by which an employee can accomplish these goals and objectives and, more importantly, improve their lives. Only the highest-performing organizations make the performance review process a valued, appreciated, and eagerly anticipated system for the both organization and its employees.
Instead, what usually happens?
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Today, we build on the two previous posts, on creating Mission and Vision Statements by discussing Core Values and creating your organization’s Value Statement, which completes the triad.
When organizations desire to perform at the highest level, they leverage three (3) commitments—three commitments that set the stage for overall efficiency, growth, and prosperity.
Core Values focus on how you run your organization and interact with customers and suppliers. Not everyone possesses the same core values, so it’s important for an organization to stress what theirs are to employees, vendors, and customers at the onset of hiring, doing business, or providing a service.
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Recorded live April 1, 2014 Noon till 3PM EST on 1180 WFYL-AM Philadelphia PA
Mark and Carla discuss how Christian business owners can prosper their businesses using sound HR Practices while being outward in their faith.
A Little bit about: “Your Family Matters”:
“Your Family Matters” with Carla D’Addesi from 12-3pm Tuesdays with rebroadcasts on Saturdays. Carla shares ideas for making strong families who are the strong foundation for our country. God Bless our families and America! Carla is the weekly host, along with many other great guests each week.
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A Little bit about Mark:
Mark has a Bachelors degree in Human Resources from Saint Leo College and an MBA from Bloomsburg University. Mark Lives in Lancaster Pennsylvania with his wife, Gail. Mark and Gail attend LCBC Church. Having spent over 20 years working in Human Resources, Mark has encountered many changes in the workplace. Mark leads a HR Consulting firm he launched in 2011: In HIS Name HR LLC .
Having authored the book, “How To Build Kingdom Minded Organizations”, Mark has become an authority on Christianity and the workplace.
Mark is passionate about the workplace, and especially Christian business owners’ opportunity to reach their employees. He believes employees and companies should work closely together to prosper the company for mutual purposes.
Today, we’ll look at the 3 biggest mistakes commonly made by organizations during the creation of their Vision Statement.
As discussed in the last post, Organizations wanting to perform at the highest level do so by working to leverage 3 commitments. These commitments set the stage for overall efficiency, growth, and prosperity.
Great leaders vision-cast for their organization.
They have an idea of where they want their organization to be down the road. They chart their desired course ahead of time. The best leaders will map out their Vision, put this Vision on paper, and share their Vision with the entire crew. However, too many leaders fail to be precise—they don’t follow a top-notch process to ensure their Vision truly comes to fruition.
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