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Employee of the Week

Lorraine L.

Thank you for working with us, Lorraine, and for doing such a good job at a new client’s office. You stepped right up and helped out in more ways than one, that’s for sure! We are glad that you are able to multi-task at the property management firm requiring answering busy phones, responding to customer needs, performing data entry work, and helping out those residents in the busy apartment complexes. Congratulations for being our Employee of the Week!

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Quality Assurance Engineer


A quality assurance engineer creates tests to find any problems with software before the product is launched. They identify and analyze any bugs found during testing and document them. They also must to pay very close attention to detail and coach their team on managing testing tools, reporting results, and motivating process improvement.

Quality Assurance Engineer Salary

Compared to the national salary average for Quality Assurance Engineers, those in the same line of work who choose to work for larger companies enjoy much larger paychecks — $100K on average versus $66K per year.

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Employee of the Month

Rayette S.

Congratulations goes out to Rayette for being selected as our Employee of the Month. Rayette has helped out a long-time client of ours for many weeks now and continues to apply her executive assistant skills to any and all projects that come her way. Rayette is very good at prioritizing and seems to handle a busy desk with the greatest of ease. Congratulations, Rayette, and thank you for your continued service with us. Enjoy the gift card!

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Local Heroes Save The Day After No One Shows Up To Kid’s Birthday Party


When no one showed up to Graham Day’s eighth birthday party, the local police and fire departments in Hurst, Texas, surprised him and saved the day.

Although no one had responded to Jennifer Day and her husband’s invitations, they hoped for the best and baked cakes and bought pizza. But no one showed up to celebrate with their son, Graham.

“It happened once before, but this time something snapped in me and it was like no, this is not happening to him again,” Day told Dallas News.

She and her husband drove to the Hurst Police Department and asked whether an officer might come see her son, who has always wanted to be a policeman.

The station’s entire shift showed up at her front door — with a few Hurst firefighters, too.

“Something like this, it literally guts you as a parent because you can’t fix it, at least in that moment,” she said through tears. “But the Hurst Police Department and the Hurst Fire Department, they went above and beyond and made his day.”

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Employee of the Week

Phyllis K.

Why are we selecting Phyllis for our Employee of the Week? Well, dependability, a positive attitude, flexible in assignments, and trustworthiness come to mind. We enjoy working with Phyllis and appreciate her association with us. Congratulations and please enjoy the gift card!

Employee of the Week

Edna C.

We are so pleased to have Edna as our Employee of the Week. Edna has performed successfully whether it’s in the office of an auto dealership, a title company, or an insurance agency. She brings joy and efficiency to the workplace. Edna is so very flexible that she can excel in almost any office environment no matter the industry. Congratulations, Edna! Thanks for working with us.


Happy Memorial Day

Calendar-When-Is-Memorial-Day-2015-Celebrated-Date-In-USA-UK-India-AustraliaMemorial Day is America’s unofficial kickoff to summer, but it’s also a day to remember those who’ve given their lives in service to our country.

Memory itself is a funny thing. It’s not always reliable, and it can color our lives in ways we don’t even realize. However, remembering our collective past–and especially those who gave up their futures so that we could enjoy our present–is very important.

Our Thanks to those who serve. As we celebrate our liberty and freedoms here at The Temp Connection, we remember and support those who protect them.

Happy Memorial Day! Have a safe weekend!


Job Spotlight: Trauma Surgeon

Trauma surgeons generally work in and around the emergency rooms of hospitals, including both emergency departments and operating rooms. When an individual suffers a sudden injury, these surgeons are tasked with treating them and preventing injuries from worsening.

This can be a stressful position in a fast-paced environment, so it is important to be able to stay focused and work well under pressure. In addition to performing and overseeing operations, trauma surgeons also play a role in maintaining patients’ vital signs as they recover and occasionally making diagnoses to determine what sort of treatment, or referral to another specialist, is necessary. They also perform various exams and consultations.

Trauma Surgeon Salary

Trauma Surgeons in the United States can look forward to a sizeable six-figure salary — around $311K per year on average. Career length is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by geography. The majority of Trauma Surgeons (64 percent) who took the survey are women. Work is enjoyable for Trauma Surgeons, who typically claim high levels of job satisfaction. Medical benefits are awarded to nearly all, and a strong majority earn dental coverage.

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