The Higher Quest Foundation’s first ever fish farm is in Petchabun, Thailand. It has been providing fish to the neighboring orphanage and school for several years. At the end of March, our Thailand farm was emptied for the season and lots of fish were harvested and enjoyed. Here are some pictures:
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Each year, seasonal influenza makes it’s way around the country. Flu season can begin as early as October and last through May. It typically peaks in February or March. True influenza or “the flu” causes high fever, chills, body aches, fatigue, and a cough. Even for a healthy person, the flu can keep an employee […]
Most of America is now in the depths of winter. As part of our winter safety series, today we will list a few quick tips on avoiding slips and falls on ice. When working outside in snowy or icy conditions, insulated boots with rubber treads can be very helpful to provide traction. Walk slowly over […]
It doesn’t seem possible, but 2017 is coming to a close. We are looking forward to another year of serving our customers and local communities by being the “right people at the right time.” From all of us here at Trojan Labor, we would like to wish you a Happy New Year!
It is that time of year again! The entire Trojan Labor family would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our valued customers and team members a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
All of us in the Trojan Labor family strongly believe in giving back to our local communities. One of the ways we do that is by sponsoring worthy local causes. Trojan Labor in Denver, CO had the opportunity to support the 2017 Shop With a Cop event. This event, organized by the Aurora Police Department, […]
Mistakes happen and the workplace is no exception. However, when you make a mistake at work your apology will need to look a little bit different then if you are apologizing to a friend. Here are a few quick tips on how to apologize for a mistake while at work: Own up to it: When […]
With the names Harvey, Irma, and Maria still fresh in our minds, Hurricane Nate is now threatening Louisiana, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle. In a previous article, we discussed general safety after a hurricane or natural disaster. However, after the immediate aftermath of the storm, comes the clean up. Here are a few tips on […]
In every workplace, distractions can impact productivity. Here are a few quick tips to help reduce distractions. 1. Consolidate email checking time: According to a Harvard Business Review study, the average worker checks their email 74 times a day. Having set times in the day to check emails instead of checking each new email as […]