At SUPERIORHIRE, the best of Dallas staffing agencies, we have been blessed beyond our expectations and we believe that it is incumbent on us to give back to the community as a result of these great blessings. Frederick Buechner, American writer and theologian says this about our calling: “The place God calls you to is where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
At Dallas staffing agency SUPERIORHIRE, we are involved with the following organizations and embrace the principles for which they stand. We are committed to promoting human well-being and eliminating as much poverty and poor working and living conditions as we possibly can.
As a team, the management and employees of SUPERIORHIRE believe that we have an obligation to the community we serve. We believe in giving back to our communities and express that belief by working with many charitable organizations that help the people of our neighborhoods and city.
North Texas is one of the wealthiest parts of the United States, but ironically, we also have one of the highest hunger rates in the country. In Collin County alone, there are more than 100,000 people — half of whom are children — who don’t know where their next meal will come from. Eligible individuals and families are able to obtain healthy food as a grocery supplement once a month from Seven Loaves Food Pantry and Community Center at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Plano. One-time emergency food distribution is also available without regard to residency. In addition to food, Seven Loaves Food Pantry and Community Center also provides: free, gently used clothing; basic hygiene items; Food 4 Kids; assistance accessing available county social services; and periodic needs such as school supplies. In addition, more than 43,000 lunches are provided during summers off from school to children in need.
The owners of SUPERIORHIRE volunteer their time and resources to help the Seven Loaves Food Pantry and Community Center provide more than 35,000 weeks’ worth of healthy food to our neighbors in need. To learn more about Seven Loaves Food Pantry and Community Center, click here.
Human Resources leads the way for change in today’s business environment, and DallasHR leads more than 2060 members in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex by providing excellent networking, volunteerism, and continuing education opportunities. DallasHR supports their members and affiliates by providing professional networking forums and professional development programs, and offers a wide range of web cast events for staying current with new rules and regulations in the Human Resources community. From intern to executive, DallasHR strives to support human resources professionals throughout their career life cycle. To learn more about DallasHR, click here.
Lynne Stewart, President of SUPERIORHIRE, along with many of our employees, has served DallasHR and The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in many roles over the past ten years. Lynne’s service continues next year as the President of DallasHR, and she will serve the membership with experience and a servant attitude, just as she does at SUPERIORHIRE. Lynne began her service with DallasHR as the Chairman of the Ambassador program for three years; in that role she was responsible for the growth of the organization by attracting new members. Lynne then moved into a board position as the Community Relations Chair and served for two years before being nominated and elected President-Elect for 2015.
Cassidy Rohde, Business Development Manager for SUPERIORHIRE, has moved into service for the organization by serving on the Ambassador program welcoming new members into the organization and making sure that they are involved from the very start.
SHRM and their conferences provide HR professionals from around the world with the best human resources education available. Programs serve the needs of thousands of HR professionals in an atmosphere of learning, networking, inspiration, collaboration, and engagement. The annual HR Southwest (HRSW) conference held in Fort Worth every October was an early focus of SUPERIORHIRE President, Lynne Stewart’s, dating back many years. Her service on the Education Committee for HRSW for five years gave her a perspective on just how influential SHRM has been in the lives and careers of thousands of HR professionals.
The staff members of SUPERIORHIRE are encouraged to give back their time and talent in service that provides such great knowledge to our industry. To learn more about HRSW, click here.
New Friends New Life (NFNL) is a faith-based organization dedicated to helping women leave the degradation of the sex industry and build new lives for themselves and their children. They assist women in overcoming backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty, and limited opportunities by providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance, mental health, and spiritual support. NFNL program participants, called “Protégés,” commit to changing their lifestyles, living within a budget, remaining drug and alcohol free, and gaining the education and skills needed to acquire conventional employment. At the group’s weekly meetings on Wednesday evenings, the staff, volunteers, and other professionals make a life skills presentation on practical topics such as employment issues, money management, healing from trauma, health, and education.
Lynne Stewart, President of SUPERIORHIRE, has volunteered and served on the board as the Chair of Community Relations DallasHR, to teach Protégés interviewing skills and how to enter into corporate America by discussing employment related issues. We believe in supporting the Wednesday night dinners and meetings by sharing life skills, education, and a Bible-based curriculum designed to assist women in making the emotional and spiritual transition from working in sexually oriented businesses to a healthier life. Monthly analysis of each woman’s progress toward self-sufficiency and individualized educational and career planning creates an average time for a Protégé to reach self-sufficiency of one and a half years. Click here to find out more information about NFNL.
In 2013, a diverse group of talented and successful business women got together and decided they wanted to do more to make a difference in North Texas. As a new Dallas-based non-profit organization, the vision of Women With Promise is to empower women to build a future filled with promise and success. After much research, discussion, and study, we chose an agency that resonated with each of us. We could make a promise to make a difference.
This year we have chosen to support the Wesley Inn Program of Promise House to help break the cycle of teen pregnancy, abuse, poverty, and homelessness in women. Our goal is to help these at-risk young women build futures with a promise. Lynne Stewart, President of SUPERIORHIRE is one of the founding board members of Women With Promise. To learn more about Women With Promise, click here.