New date set for DFWHC Foundation’s Employee of the Year Luncheon

04/08/2020

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation has set Sept. 16 as the rescheduled date for its 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon at Hurst Conference Center. The luncheon honoring North Texas hospital employees, originally set for April 23, had been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Attendees who already purchased tables and tickets will be honored for the rescheduled … Read More

Honoring healthcare heroes – DFWHC and Agency Creative produce video

04/02/2020

The creative firm Agency Creative graciously donated their time this week to produce a “Thank you” video honoring the first responders and healthcare workers in North Texas as they work through the COVID-19 crisis. Working on behalf of the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC), Agency Creative’s 30-second clip will run throughout the month during public service announcements on television. An award-winning … Read More

Foundation’s Employee of the Year Luncheon postponed

03/13/2020

Due to the growing concerns in the community related to the potential Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the DFW Hospital Council Foundation has decided to postpone its 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon originally scheduled for Thursday, April 23. The luncheon will now take place in September at the same location at Hurst Conference Center. Keynote Speaker Christine Cashen will also … Read More

Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon set for April 23

01/21/2020

Save the date! The DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon is set for Thursday, April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. This year’s event is themed “2020 Vision: A World of Opportunities,” with the energetic Christine Cashen to serve as keynote speaker. Cashen is the author of the bestselling books “The Good Stuff” and “It’s … Read More

I2Verify – Happy, productive and engaged employees: The employment verification guide

07/02/2019

The DFW Hospital Council posts guest blogs by Associate Members. The following was provided by i2Verify. As an HR professional, you are probably aware that 7 out of every 10 American workers are either disengaged or dislike their jobs. This shocking statistic is based on an extensive ongoing study conducted by Gallup regarding the American workplace. Management puts pressure on … Read More

North Texas hospital employees awarded at April 25 Luncheon

04/29/2019

HURST, TX – A salute to the North Texas hospital workforce, the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation’s 23rd Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon was held April 25 at the Hurst Conference Center. More than 700 attendees turned out to honor 130 nominees and 14 announced winners from a pool of 55 area hospitals. “We hope this is a … Read More

Deadlines approaching for Employee of the Year Luncheon!

04/12/2019

It’s less than two weeks until the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation’s 23rd Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon on April 25 at the Hurst Conference Center. This year’s luncheon theme is “Engage your Heart,” with Chief Richard Picciotto, a New York firefighter and survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, serving as keynote speaker. We’ve heard through the grapevine his … Read More

Hall Render – Sexual harassment legislation may impact employers

02/25/2019

The DFW Hospital Council posts guest blogs by Associate Members. The following was provided by the Hall Render. In the year or so since the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements shined a national media spotlight on sexual harassment in the workplace, the issue has reached several courts and state legislatures as well. As a result, employers may now be required to … Read More

Hall Render – Marijuana in the Workplace: Legal Issues for Texas Employers

11/29/2018

The DFW Hospital Council posts guest blogs by our Associate Members. The following was provided by Hall Render. By Robin Sheridan, JD, MILR at Hall Render, with assistance from Law Clerk Victoire Iradukunda At least 30 U.S. states and D.C. have legalized marijuana in some manner and 9, including D.C., have legalized it for recreational use. At the federal level, … Read More