That’s Good HR receives CICOA Exceptional Service Award

Greta Cline, CFO
Greta Cline
Partner, CFO/COO
July 19, 2022

CICOA Exceptional Service Award

On June 28, That’s Good HR was presented with the Exceptional Service Award by CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions for their exceptional partnership in meeting the needs for staffing for a variety of positions and roles throughout the agency.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions, formerly known as the Central Indiana Council on Aging, has been serving Indianapolis and its surrounding counties for 48 years, partnering with leading local organizations and individuals that they annually honor each summer. CICOA notes that these organizations make a tremendous impact to advance the awareness and support of older adults, those with disabilities and their caregivers. Tauhric Brown, President and CEO of CICOA presented the 2022 awards.

The Exceptional Service award serves as recognition of a business, nonprofit or community organization that plays a valuable partnership role in service delivery, advocacy or community planning. The recipient also demonstrates a strong commitment to the quality of CICOA programming and services for clients. 

That’s Good HR has demonstrated reliability and commitment to CICOA, with Brown specifically acknowledging the way That’s Good HR has made a point to learn everything possible about the organization so that they can find the best candidate for each position they recruit for. 

“They have a keen understanding of CICOA’s I-CARE culture and how important this is to the work we do, and they work diligently to obtain candidates that will contribute to our mission in the community,” said Brown. 

“CICOA has one of the best cultures of companies that we partner with,” said Tiffany Moore, VP Client Partnerships. “CICOA’s culture also comes through with each interaction with hiring managers during the easy and difficult conversations. We work hard together to make sure that we make improvements and that we create a good candidate experience on both sides.”

Moore also has a personal connection to CICOA that makes the relationship that much more special. “Before partnering with CICOA as a client, I personally had the experience of needing CICOA’s support,” said Moore. “My aunt was provided meals, transportation, in-home support and many other life-saving measures from CICOA that increased her quality of life and helped our family take care of her. Honestly, if it wasn’t for CICOA, I am not sure what we would have done, how we would have gotten through those years, or if she would have lived as long as she did. I feel honored to be able to partner with CICOA.”

About That’s Good HR

That’s Good HR has successfully matched thousands of employers and job-seekers in Central Indiana since 1998. Our forward-thinking, locally focused firm was founded out of a desire to do staffing better. We specialize in making strong temp, temp-to-hire, and direct hire placements in areas like HR. administrative. customer service, healthcare, and accounting. For more information, visit or call 317-469-4141.


How Serving Others Serves You

Greta Cline, CFO
Greta Cline
Partner, CFO/COO
December 3, 2016

Carving out time for volunteering may feel impossible with your schedule. Between juggling work, family, hobbies, activities, and friends, life often feels jam-packed. But when you step in to help others, you not only fill a vital need in your community, but you personally also benefit from donating your time, energy, and talents. Want to know how? Read on!

At a glance, It’s easy to see how community service benefits others—providing clothing, housing, education, companionship, task assistance, etc. But serving others doesn’t just help communities—it helps you, too. When you step into a serving role and accomplish a task—be it building a house, helping with a fundraiser, painting a run-down school—you can gain a great sense of empowerment, significance, and confidence. A UnitedHealth study found that:

  • 94% of people who volunteered over a one-year period said that it improved their mood
  • 76% of volunteers said serving others actually made them feel healthier.

Plain and simple: doing good feels good. But the benefits don’t stop there.

Giving your time and talents to others is also a way to hone hobby and professional skills. Often charities and non-profits need help with tasks in areas like graphic design, photography, videography, writing, tutoring and education, coaching, and organizing (just to name a few). Your talents and skills can be put to great work helping others while you gain extra experience.

Getting out into the community broadens your network of social contacts, too. Sometimes to move ahead professionally, it’s more who you know than what. Volunteering puts you in a position to meet many new faces from a variety of backgrounds—both personal and professional. Making these contacts is a great way to not only form new friendships, but to widen your net of business connections, too.

Lastly, serving roles can be a good opportunity to step outside your comfort zone and experience personal growth. This might be as simple as trying something new, like building a house, landscaping a school, or fostering shelter animals. Or you can adopt a leadership role by organizing a fundraiser, coaching a team, or managing a big project. Pushing the limits on what you think you can do is a great way to grow on a personal and professional level.

Not sure where to start? There are some great online sites for finding new opportunities like VolunteerMatch, Idealist, and United Way. You can always call an organization you’re interested in directly, too, and see how you might help. No matter which route you take, make 2017 the year you give volunteering a try. You won’t regret it.