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Taj McNamara is Regional Communications Director for Reliance Staffing & Recruiting/COATS Staffing Software.  Marketing and Graphic Design fanatic, Pantone enthusiast, Professional Photographer and Drone Pilot. Mom of two gorgeous girls, one spoiled dog named Gear, and the king of all Siamese cats. Foodie. Mountain lover. Beach bum.


Taj McNamara | Communications Director

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Articles by Taj McNamara

Second Winter for Women Workers Office Wellness and Productive Mindset

Right. It happens every summer: Offices turn on the air-conditioning, and women freeze into Chick-sicles.  (Shesickles? Womansickles? I don’t know, you get it ... more »

Feedback to move forward Positive Personnel Dynamics

As we reach the closure of the first quarter, many companies take stock in first quarter results, reviews, and staffing. It’s a great time for looking at how 2019 i ... more »

Spring into Self-Care at Work: Office Wellness and Productive Mindset

The lull of the holidays is over, the first few weeks of the new year are done, and now we begin the slope into what starts the summer and spring seasons.  This sea ... more »

Hiring Candidates With A Disability

Twenty-nine years ago, Congress enacted the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which prohibited discrimination on the basis of disability in em ... more »

End of the year- putting a price on your time

A sign of the times.  It’s that time of year again. Resolutions. Goals. A fresh start. I personally have made a goal to focus on the one thing that affects ev ... more »

Gender Issues In The Workplace

Workplace gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of gender. The grass-roots #MeToo ... more »