Bruce Stec

About bstec

Bruce Stec is Vice President of Human Resources for CQuence Health Group and its partner companies. Bruce joined CQuence in 2013 with nearly 20 years of human resources management and consulting experience. Bruce graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and has earned both his Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) certification and his Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certification.


Posts by bstec

Cassling 35 Year Banner with Team Members
35th Anniversary Provides Opportunity to Celebrate, Thrive

Published on Jul 16, 2019 in Blog

Employee wellbeing has long been a focus for our family of companies. So when Cassling, one of the leading companies under the CQ umbrella, celebrated its 35th anniversary, how do you think we celebrated? With a 35-themed wellness incentive, of course! The festivities to commemorate the 35th anniversary kicked off on July 10 with a…
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The CQ Team
Clinical Backgrounds Help CQ Team Members Improve Patient Care

Published on Apr 08, 2019 in Blog

At CQuence Health Group, our goal across teams, departments and companies is a relatively straightforward one: to make a meaningful difference in healthcare. The hard work we put in for our customers ultimately makes a difference to the patients who move through the health system every day. The products and services provided by the CQuence…
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Spa Day
10 Creative Ways to Use the Wellness Stipend at CQuence Health Group

Published on Jan 24, 2019 in Blog

It’s January, which means many of us have buckled down on our New Year’s Resolutions to get healthy in 2019. Employees at CQuence Health Group are no different, but we are aided by a little extra company support provided to help our team members become their best selves. Through an annual wellbeing allowance, our employees…
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CQ Salad Bar
From Salad Tongs to Drum Sticks: How Wellness Stays Relevant at CQuence

Published on Nov 12, 2018 in Blog

At CQuence Health Group, we are committed to promoting the wellbeing of our employees. This commitment is one source of inspiration for our Thrive Wellbeing committee, which recently revamped a few components of our program. When it comes to workplace wellness, you’d be surprised at how the simple things—even a few tweaks here and there—make…
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Mike Cassling and Hearty
Wellness 101: Three Pillars to Build Your Company Wellness Program

Published on Mar 15, 2018 in Blog

Most full-time employees spend around 47 hours per week on the job. Unfortunately, some people spend even more time at the office. For many, this time is spent on sedentary activities such as sitting behind a desk or riding in a car. In fact, JustStand.org reports that an average worker sits 12 hours per day,…
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