is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology
Like many others, human resources happened to me instead of me choosing it, but I have loved every minute of it! I started my human resource career as
a specialist for the Federal Aviation Administration and then moved on from there to various other companies as an HR Manager, Staffing Manager, and
then eventually as the Vice President of HR for a large non-profit organization. All of those positions, to include about 6 years working in the program/operations
area, has primed me to work with human resource professionals and organizations and better understand the many facets of the personnel world!
I am also a Past President for the Texas Panhandle SHRM and currently a District Director for TX SHRM as well as a current member of HR Houston. I believe
that involvement with those groups helps me to even further understand the needs of HR Professionals and better serve the CS3 clients. I am extremely excited
to be part of the CS3 team as a consultant!
I am a people person so I love to be around others and talk with people which of course allows me to better serve others once I get to know
them. I also love to be outside and active with my family to include bike riding, running, CrossFit, etc. I think that all of those activities make me
better at my work because they all make me happier, healthier, and alert!
For an idea to be great, it has to have a clear purpose, meet a need of some kind, solve a problem, and you have to actually believe in it!
Becoming a parent for sure! There are no manuals for those little things, and having someone completely dependent on you for 18-21 years is
Family – to me this extends far beyond my blood family to my precious friends and even to the strangers and I interact with that make me smile.
My greatest addiction would be working out – I love it! The past couple years, my husband and I have been addicted to CrossFit and that has
changed our lives for the better. Best thing we ever tried and now totally hooked.
April 25, 2018
There are oodles of them! First of all, giving access to your employees to update their personal information will save the human resource staff loads of time and reduce the amount of manual data entry as well as open the door for employees to have instant access to their information!
June 28, 2016
In this article, we show you ways to keep your employee data consistent by tracking coverage dates, employment dates, covered individuals (dependents), employee type codes, and total employee counts all in Sage HRMS with My Workforce Analyzer in the era of the Affordable Care Act.
May 20, 2016
I will testify that there is a huge difference between the pain level and ability to function efficiently depending on the system you choose. In my role as the Sr. VP for Human Resources for over 500 employees, we went through two implementations for a new HRMS system over the past 5 years – ADP and then most recently Sage HRMS with CS3 Technology.
May 20, 2016
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a major change to the overtime rule that made over 4 million currently exempt employees eligible for overtime pay. Employers must comply with the changes made to the overtime regulations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as of December 1, 2016.