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.
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Published on Aug 26, 2020 in Blog
Last year, CQuence Health Group announced paid parental leave for all team members who have been with the company for 12 or more consecutive months. This benefit provides 10 weeks of paid time off for both mothers and fathers and encompasses families of all kinds. Team members who welcome children via adoption or fostering are…
Published on Jul 29, 2020 in Blog
CQuence Health Group’s wellness program, Thrive, turns 20 this month and we’re celebrating and reflecting on two decades of wellness challenges, incentives and benefits across our family of companies. “Since beginning our wellness program in 2000, our vision has always been to make this effort an integral part of our culture, not just another benefit,”…
Published on Jul 02, 2020 in Blog
This year, CQuence Health Group and the Cassling Family Foundation are celebrating the third year of our Healthier Generation Sponsorship with the American Heart Association, which aims to help kids get active and stay healthy. Just like in adults, increased physical activity in children is associated with an increased life expectancy and decreased risk of…
Published on May 19, 2020 in Blog
As companies (CQuence Health Group included) begin to navigate the complicated process of returning to in-office work for the first time since the initial spread of COVID-19, we’re looking at a future where organizations must strike a balance between work that can be accomplished in the office and that which can be done at home….
Published on Mar 26, 2020 in Blog
The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed our lives in recent weeks. It has impacted our workplaces, our communities, our families and the health of individuals all over the world. While many organizations had a crisis plan in place, I don’t think anyone was prepared to deal with the severity of the situation. These circumstances require…