Pay if forward: What it means to be a Fortune 100 best company to work for

first_imgLast week, after Fortune magazine announced that Hyland Software was named a Fortune 100 Best Company to Work For 2014, I asked some fellow colleagues what that meant to them, personally.I expected everyone to answer with a favorite perk  –  the on-site diner, barbershop, fitness center, flex schedules, relaxed dress code and so on.But that’s not what people talked about. Turns out, for most, material things don’t make Hyland special or successful. They are barely top of mind. No, it is something else entirely.“The camaraderie and the team-oriented culture make Hyland a great place to work,” Bill Priemer, Hyland Software CEO, told me. “Succeeding as a company is much more fulfilling because it benefits people I genuinely like and care about.”That’s right. People.  Above all else, Hylanders wanted to talk about their friends and co-workers. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Shouse and Bowman to be game time decisions

first_imgCampbell County is home for the first time in a month.  Friday at Dossett Stadium, the Cougars take on Karns looking for their first region win on the season.  Injured quarterback Landon Addington practiced this week for the first time in two weeks.  CCHS Head Coach Justin Price says, “This week’s been a little bit better.  He’s been able to practice a little bit more.  But he’s still limited in how mobile he is.  They’ll kinda look at him during Friday’s pre-game and see how far along he is.  He’s healing quickly and hopefully will be better than he was last week for sure and get to the point where he will able to use his legs a little bit again.”Christian Shouse, wideout and defensive back, missed the fourth quarter at Powell last week with what was thought to be a concussion.  Shouse will be evaluated in pre-game warm-ups.Campbell has missed Preston Bowman for almost six weeks.  This week is the first week he’s been able to practice though it’s been non-contact.  He, too, will be evaluated in warm-ups on Friday to see if he can return to his flanker and secondary duties.The Cougars are 2 & 4 in all games with losses through their first two region contests.  Karns has struggled to win one game, 48-22 over Scott, though has averaged 25 points per game.  The Beavers are 0 & 4 on the road and in region games and have a 1 and 6 record.Coverage over the WLAF – B & M Tires Sports Network begins Friday at 7:00 pm over AM 1450, FM 100.9 and 1450wlaf.com. The Cougars on WLAF are brought to you by these outstanding corporate partners: Terry’s Pharmacy, United Cumberland Bank, Senator Ken Yager, PCUD, Tracy Lobertini and Alco Builders and Realty, Lace to Pearls, Community Trust Bank, B & M Tires, Charley’s Pizza, State Farm Agent Tabatha Smith, First National Bank, Doyle’s Tire Shop, Cumberland Gap Medical, Rice Oil-Marathon, TCAT, Fazoli’s, Norris Lake Insurance, Riggs Drug Jacksboro, LUB, Valley Roofing, Byrge Screen Printing, State Representative Dennis Powers, Gray Insurance Agency and Peoples Bank of the South.(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/04/2018-6AM) Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more