HHS Blog

Feb
13

Removing Tacit Approval to Uphold and Maintain Standards

By James Hernandez, HHS Vice President, Management Development Moving throughout the regular day-to-day of our jobs, we come across countless opportunities to correct deficiencies, but when there are other pressing items those issues might be placed... …more

Jan
30

Four Steps to Successfully Managing Added Workload

The day-to-day workload can often seem like a lot, but top it off with a special project and it can easily become overwhelming. The added tasks create a situation where determining how to prioritize the project while maintaining the regular workload... …more

Jan
02

Questioning Work Habits for Greater Success

Work life is conducive to repetition, and as routine becomes more comfortable, habits are formed. These habits, although safe, can actually be detrimental to the growth of the business. Reevaluating work routines and habits on a biannual basis can... …more

Dec
05

Become an Effective Leader for Any Area of Business

By Bobby Floyd, CEO, Healthcare One of the challenges of being in a position of leadership is that you may not be an expert in all of the areas that you oversee. The more you advance your career and take on new challenges within an organization, the... …more

Nov
21

How to Best Utilize Vendor Partnerships

By Don Mancuso, HHS Corporate Director of Materials Management No matter the industry, supply vendors are key contributors to a company’s success. That’s why it’s important to develop streamlined processes to compare, track, and evaluate vendor... …more

Nov
07

How Companies Can Better Support Frontline Employees Through Engagement Programs

By Lisa Molnar, HHS Executive Vice President of Human Capital Management Employee engagement programs serve as an effective way to connect with team members and better identify their needs and wants. However, without the proper research and backing,... …more

Oct
24

A Company's Brand is More Than Just a Logo

By Joe Terry, HHS CEO Throughout the progression and growth of an organization, one thing that should always be protected is the brand. A company’s brand is their identity, and is one of the most important aspects controlling the perception people... …more

Oct
10

Six Interpersonal Communication Skills That Will Make Public Speaking Easier

For most individuals public speaking is avoided at all cost, but occasionally fears have to be cast aside when the day-to-day work routine calls for a presentation or public speaking engagement. With the proper tools, public speaking can become easier... …more

Sep
12

The Importance of Showing Employees Appreciation All Year Round

By Oakley Smith, RDN, LD, HHS Regional Director of Patient Experience It’s International Environmental Services Week, so that means many organizations are going above and beyond to celebrate their team and their dedication. However, the appreciation... …more

Aug
29

Great Leaders Aren't Afraid to Get Their Hands Dirty

By Chef Johnny Carino  People first. This is a motto businesses should live by every single day. But not all organizations do just that. Businesses are in a constant battle to hit financial goals and this oftentimes takes attention away from the... …more