Congrats to December’s Employee Spotlight recipients Amanda Duke, Gaylene Desjarlais, Madison Stephens, and Maria Leidholt. We appreciate your passion and commitment you bring every day!
Minot, North Dakota –December 20, 2019 – Effective February 2020, the only products accepted and processed at the Kalix Recycling Center will be confidential documents and mixed office paper. Kalix will continue picking up confidential documents, public drop-off events will be scheduled occasionally, and drop-off may be arranged by calling 855-909-9729. January 31st will be... Read More
The CQL workgroup set very ambitious goals designed to improve processes and services for people enrolled in Kalix programs. Every team member has been actively working on one of more sub-groups on each of the initiatives (using the discovery process in planning meetings, goal training and monitoring, POM training and monitoring, staff training initiatives, etc.), meeting regularly to report on progress and implementation. Each initiative is already having an impact, and will continue to strengthen our performance as an agency. Thanks to each team member for committing your time and energy to this project!
Although National Disability Employment Awareness Month is over, we’re continuing the celebration year round. Meet Ray, who’s worked at McDonald’s for 32 years. Ray’s dedication and work excellence continues to show that he’s the right talent right now.
Congrats to October's Team Spotlight- Ashleigh, Rhonda, and Mickie for facilitating a volunteer effort at the Hostfest. A fellow volunteer noted that she appreciated the support and encouragement from the team, which made it a great experience!
Meet Mike, who's worked at the Grand Forks Air Force Base for 26 years. Mike's commitment and experience showcase that he's the right talent right now.
Meet Ashley and learn how customized employment fostered collaborative teamwork between her and Jenn at Panera Bread.
The City of Minot will be collecting hazardous waste and E-waste on May 17 and 18 at the Public Works Building. The collection will include: desktop and laptop computers, printers, televisions, media players, cell phones, tablets, old batteries, and other electronics, paint, stains, varnishes, solvents, oil, pesticides, herbicides, and car care products. More information and to learn how the collection process works, visit the City of Minot's Hazardous Waste Collection page.
Congrats to Ashley Flom for receiving September’s Employee Spotlight. When a riding mower quit working down at East Totten Trail (we have a contract to mow and maintain two campgrounds near Lake Sakakawea), Ashley figured out how to get the inoperable mower on to a trailer and to a nearby shop to be serviced, and... Read More
Congrats to August’s Employee Spotlight recipients, Megan Buee and Chelsea Nelson. A few months after implementation of the SIS-based payment system in April 2018, we had long lists of discrepancies, missing documents, and outstanding payments. Megan worked with a contact at the Department of Human Services payment office, DDPMs, and RCs to figure out how... Read More