FIRE in the Workplace Banquet:
Thursday March 7 ~ 6:00 PM
Thank you to sponsors, volunteers, people who shared their faith at work stories, special guest Bobby Albert, and everyone who attended the FIRE in the Workplace Banquet! It was an awesome celebration of what God is doing around Kansas City and beyond!
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Bobby Albert's Presentation is here.
Check out the stories on our blog, and on You Tube.
Special Guest Bobby Albert, Founder of Albert Moving & Storage
About Bobby Albert
Bobby Albert is Chairman of Albert Companies, Inc., a nationwide/international moving and storage services company, listed among 100 Best Companies To Work For In Texas in 2011 & 2012. Bobby serves on the American Moving & Storage Association’s Board of Directors and is a John Maxwell Team Certified Speaker, Trainer & Coach.
Below is an excerpt from an article about Bobby Albert and Albert Moving & Storage in Direction: The Magazine of the American Moving and Storage Association, November 2008
"Many companies like Albert Moving & Storage across many different industries identify themselves as faith-based businesses—tightly weaving their particular religious beliefs into theircorporate structure. In Albert Moving’s case, those beliefs also motivated the creation of different kinds of services for its customers as well as its employees, noted Robert Charles “Bobby” Albert III, the company’s president and CEO.
“We operate on biblical principles and as part of that we offer a workplace ministry,” he explained. “We hold a Bible study class every Thursday for those that wish to attend, and we subscribe to a chaplain service that will visit employees in the hospital, or assist at weddings and funerals.” The company covers hospital visits by a chaplain, he stressed. That same service is available to Albert Moving’s customers in more than 700 cities nationwide. “Moving is a very stressful time in the lives of our customers—a single mother, for example, with financial difficulties trying to relocate to get a fresh start,” Albert noted. “We’ll offer to send a chaplain to their home at our expense if that is something they want—a way to give them comfort in a difficult time.”