During the holidays I am always reminded of how much I have to be thankful for. I’m so lucky to enjoy good health, the love of my family, and the joy of wonderful friends. I’m also blessed to live in the San Francisco Bay Area during a time of peace, prosperity and innovation. Lastly, as a recruiter and a small business owner, I am surrounded by positive people who encourage and inspire me. I’m extremely grateful to my staff members, temporary employees, vendors and clients who support me daily and enable me to do the work I love.
The Outstanding Team at Menlo Partners.
Over the past year, Molly, Kathryn and I have really come together as a team. I appreciate each of you for your individual talents and what you add to Menlo Partners Staffing. Thank you both for your dedication and professionalism.
Temporary Employees and Job Seekers
To my current and former temporary employees, thank you for your hard work and for representing Menlo Partners with excellence and class. It is an honor to be of service in connecting you with meaningful and rewarding work. To applicants still searching for their next opportunity, thank you for giving me the opportunity to assist you however I can.
Vendors, Partners, and Advisers
There are a number of key individuals whose contributions are essential to the continued success of Menlo Partners. Thank you for your referrals, support, guidance and service. You have my deepest thanks.
To My Clients
Thank you for entrusting me with the responsibility of recruiting your talent pool. Being able to contribute to your growth and success is fulfilling beyond words. It is an honor to assist you and your organizations in your missions to provide services and products to Silicon Valley and the world.
What Are You Thankful For?
As you enjoy Thanksgiving leftovers, remember to continue feeling grateful. Practicing gratitude is a wonderful way to inoculate yourself against the materialism of the holiday season. And in a time marked by increased traffic, wet weather, and increased stress, a little thankfulness can go a long way toward sanity.