We are thrilled and honored to announce that Roma is officially accepting Waterstone Canada’s prestigious Most Admired Corporate Culture Award.
“At Waterstone, we believe corporate culture drives performance and that it’s an organization’s greatest asset,” said Marty Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waterstone Human Capital and Chair of Canada’s Most Admired™ Corporate Cultures Awards.
To say we are
Today was the last day in Houston and it was emotional, to say the least. It is so crazy to think how quickly the past 4 days have gone by, I feel like I have finally gotten into the mucking and gutting routine instead of answering emails at my desk. The past few days I have been working with an
It’s hard to believe that the 2-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey is only a few weeks away when there are still so many residents here in need of assistance.
Can you imagine bracing for a Category 4 storm when it’s been 12 years since any hurricane made landfall over the Houston metro-plex (Wilma, 2005). Even for residents who maintained memories
I awoke this morning to the quiet sounds of rustling bags, as my bunkmates began to prepare for the day ahead. I rolled over to check the time on my phone, I couldn’t believe that it was already 6:00 am. After two days living here at ‘The Base’ as it’s affectionately called, we had all learned the drill. Everyone gets dressed
Day 2 Recap – In the Field – Houston, TX
Today was the first day we were on site at the Jackson’s house, Amy’s house, and Chris’s home. Each of us were at a different location site, all geared up and ready to go. The day started with orientation and safety training for the week.
We were already made aware of our
Mission Houston 2019 Begins – Houston, TX
Day one was filled with anticipation, excitement and a whole lot of fun! It always feels like the first day of school where you don’t know what to expect… you have excitement and butterflies in your stomach.
The Toronto team had a flight out of Pearson International Airport at 8:15 am. So it was
This morning I woke up at the crack of dawn to the smell of Bacon! Bob and Olga were busy in the kitchen prepping for breakfast. The team all gathered for a quick bite, then we all packed our lunches and sat in the living room area to hear (& film) the daily inspiration.
This is it, it is the
Today started like each day with a morning meeting followed by a positive message by Veronica, Tania and Lloyd.
Veronica shared that although she came to give she has gotten way more out the experience than she’s been able to give. Tania shared that we should all think globally and act locally within all aspects of our lives.
Day three of the Roma Wish Mission trip to Beards Fork, West Virginia, a community of one hundred and nine people. The team began with breakfast and then a meeting to go over the daily agenda. Our typical morning starts with a daily message followed by each of us sharing our thoughts on what had touched us from the prior
The day started with smell of bacon, eggs and fresh coffee brewing in the kitchen. We did our morning routines, buzzing around the dorm. We had our showers, packed our lunches and were all ready to get going. Before heading off on our adventures, we gathered to have our morning meeting and discuss the plans for the day with Karen.
At 4:30am I was awoken by the loud buzzing sound of my bedside alarm clock. It felt like it was just an hour ago that I had zipped up my duffle bag and crawled into bed. Today was the day we had all been looking forward to; after months of anticipation and excitement we were ready to drive down to