Posts tagged with 'holidays'
Thank You Respiratory Therapists for the Vital Work You DoRead the rest of this entry »
Since first being proclaimed in 1982, National Respiratory Care Week has been celebrated in hospitals and clinics by respiratory therapists, their healthcare colleagues and patients.
This year is different. COVID-19 has made us all acutely aware of the important work respiratory therapists do. In the early months of the outbreak, therapists traveled to the places that were the hardest hit to help overworked staff. They managed patients on ventilators and …
Welcome to National Physical Therapy MonthRead the rest of this entry »
Whoever first said the cure is worse than the illness must have been treated by a physical therapist.
The bending and stretching and twisting and turning and all the other manipulations and exercises they put you through might make you wonder if your physical therapist wasn’t a medieval torturer in a past life. But just when you’re thinking of giving up, you discover you can move your shoulder more naturally; …
To Tech Pros Everywhere: We Are Grateful!Read the rest of this entry »
You’re reading this because all over the world IT professionals are at work keeping the internet’s vast array of routers, servers, switches and other equipment functioning.
Unless you work for a telecom or one of the organizations that plays a role in keeping the internet operating, chances are you’ll never meet these network engineers and system administrators.
But you know the guy or gal who fixes your computer problems when …
It’s National Payroll Week!Read the rest of this entry »
You know that this is National Payroll Week, right?
No? But you knew that Monday was Labor Day, a paid company holiday, didn’t you?
What if the payroll professional who handles the time cards, tracks vacation days, sick days, paid holidays, makes sure your deductions are right and processes all the paychecks “forgot” Monday was a paid holiday?
Not that any payroll professional would, but you get the point.
In Honor of Our Essential Workers, Happy Labor DayRead the rest of this entry »
This Labor Day we at Green Key Resources say "Thank You" to all the nation's essential workers.
Thank you to the postal carriers and drivers who brought us the mail and delivered our packages.
Thank you healthcare professionals who braved the coronavirus to care for the sick and provide comfort to their families.
Thank you farmers and farm workers, grocery clerks, cashiers, butchers and the many other food workers and …
Have a Safe and Fun 4th of JulyRead the rest of this entry »
Have a wonderful Fourth of July.
And stay safe.
This Year Juneteenth Will Be DifferentRead the rest of this entry »
It was June 19, 1865, two months after Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate Army and 2 and a-half years after the Emancipation Proclamation took effect, that the slaves of Texas learned they were free.
Ever since, June 19 has been celebrated as Juneteenth. From an inauspicious beginning in Galveston 155 years ago, Juneteenth celebrations spread throughout Texas. But it wasn’t until the civil rights activism of the 1960s …
We're Going Blue for Men's Health WeekRead the rest of this entry »
We’ll be wearing blue on Friday in recognition of Men’s Health Week.
Wear Blue Day helps to raise awareness about the importance of male health and to encourage men to get preventive health checkups.
The Men’s Health Network created Wear Blue Day and, in 1994, pushed Congress to declare the week before Father’s Day as Men’s Health Week. The reason is clear. Men die at a higher rate than women …
We RememberRead the rest of this entry »
Today, American honors all military personnel who have died while serving our country.
This year, there will be no parades or public events at national cemeteries. Community events have gone virtual. The coronavirus pandemic may have prevented us from gathering to pay tribute to those military veterans who died protecting our county, but nothing will keep us from recognizing their sacrifice.
From Green Key Resources we say, "We remember."
Thank You To Receptionists For Everything You DoRead the rest of this entry »
We take time out today to recognize the work of those who answer the phones, who continue to staff front desks at medical facilities and essential businesses across the country and who are the face of our businesses to visitors and callers.
Today, National Receptionists Day, we say Thank You for all that you do.