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

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CQuence Health Group Offers Rare Volunteer Time Off Benefit

Published on Mar 06, 2015 in News

CQuence Health Group leadership is very proud to announce that, starting April 1, 2015, all current employees of CQuence, Cassling and Ensocare will receive a new benefit: volunteer time off (VTO).

CQuence Health Group Fights Hunger across US

Published on Mar 03, 2015 in News

Employees of CQuence Health Group collected monetary and food donations equivalent to 4,955 cans of food during the company’s annual food drive—that equals an average of 25 items per employee.

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CQuence Health Group Recognized for Engagement with Employee Voice Award

Published on Feb 03, 2015 in News

Mike Cassling, president and CEO of CQuence Health Group, is proud to announce that CQuence is one of 10 organizations being recognized with Quantum Workplace’s Employee Voice Award for excellence in employee engagement.

CQuence Health Group Earns WELCOA Well Workplace Award

Published on Feb 01, 2015 in News

CQuence Health Group recently received the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) Gold award for workplace wellness. This is the fifth time CQuence has been recognized by WELCOA; the previous award, Platinum, was received in 2011.

CQuence, Cassling and Ensocare Employees Fill Holiday Wishes

Published on Dec 17, 2014 in News

Employees at CQuence Health Group collected more than 100 toys and nearly $1,000 in total cash donations to fulfill gift requests and provide holiday support for needy families and children.