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    The Best Resources on Carson

    The Best Resources on Carson

    Photo By Sgt. James Geelen | U.S. Army Sgt. Heather Perez, (left), personnel readiness sergeant, Headquarters and...... read more read more



    Story by Sgt. James Geelen 

    4th Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade

    FORT CARSON, Colo. –Human resources, otherwise known as S1, require Soldiers to deal with a wide variety of personnel, from pilots to combat arms and military police. This wide assortment of personalities can help develop an individual’s communication skills, as well as leadership abilities.
    The 4th Sustainment Brigade human resource team was recently recognized for their hard work by the United States Army Forces Command, FORSECOM, headquartered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, for having the highest level of readiness. FORSECOM does a monthly review to check personnel records, emergency data, and life insurance forms are up to date for Soldiers.
    “The 22nd Human Resources Company is the on-post, readiness team,” said Warrant Officer Donna M. Pegues, human resources technician, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4th Special Troops Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade. “We created a system where our Soldiers can go to the different brigades across the 4th Infantry Division and they can update everything that affects the human resource metrics.”
    The 22nd HR Company worked closely with the human resource personnel from 4STB, and 68th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion to review records for over 200 Soldiers of 4th Sustainment Brigade during the months of May and June.
    “To be recognized as the best, takes a lot Soldiers working really, really hard as a team to accomplish the mission,” said Sgt. 1st Class Jenna M. Farmer, senior human resources sergeant, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4th Special Troops Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade. “We had to make sure that every level of the brigade was working in coordination and communicating their needs to companies.”
    Pegues and her team will continue to work hand-in hand with the battalions to make sure that every Soldier gets the best service from the personnel departments.
    “It’s always good to have leadership notice that you’re working hard to exceed the standards,” said Pfc. Glen Wright, human resources technician, 22nd Human Resources Company, 4th Special Troops Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade. “We want the Soldiers to understand that we’re here to help them with all of their paperwork and awards. Hopefully being recognized as the best will help get that message out there to everyone.”
    The Soldiers know that they can’t rest on their laurels if they want to continue to be recognized as the best.
    “These Soldiers are the reason that we’re successful, they take their time with each Soldier and make sure that everything is done correctly,” Pegues said. “They really care about their jobs and want to do well as human resource professionals. They also know that we can’t rest or someone else will pass us by as the best.”




    Date Taken: 08.09.2019
    Date Posted: 10.17.2019 17:43
    Story ID: 335738
    Location: FORT CARSON, CO, US 
    Hometown: MANSFIELD, PA, US

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