Des Moines, IA
2650 100th Street
Urbandale, IA 50322
Phone: (515) 325-1575
About NEXTAFF of Des Moines
NEXTAFF works with business leaders that are frustrated with the increasing number of tasks that are cutting into their profits and cash flow. Most of the business leaders we meet with are upset to find out that many of their profit killers are employment or employee related. What we find are business leaders that are concerned with spending too much time on government and payroll regulations, not being able to recruit quality employees, or simply just not having the expertise and techniques to maximize productivity from their existing employees. NEXTAFF helps companies maximize and benefit from strategic workforce planning. Today, change is the only constant. Those who remain flexible and adapt quickly can hold the competitive advantage.
To learn more about our services and how we can work with your organization, contact, Tom Moreland:
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NEXTAFF of Des Moines Team Bios
Born in Iowa City, Iowa; Tom graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Education in 2001 and a Master in Health Services Administration in 2004. Tom attended Holy Apostles College & Seminary and graduated with a Master of Theology with a concentration in Bioethics in 2016. Tom is currently attending the University of Malta for a post graduate degree in Contemporary Diplomacy. Tom has been in the homecare hospice care industry for over 19 years. In that time his organizations have served more than 20,000 people. Companies he founded include Iowa Hospice, Saint Jude Hospice, Saint Jude Homecare, Marian Homes, Marian Homecare, Spirit Home Healthcare, Spirit Cares and Hospicecareers.com. In August he bought a Nextaff franchise for the Des Moines area and is excited to jump in the staffing arena; specifically, healthcare staffing. Tom has served on the Board of Directors for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Des Moines, Board of Directors for KWKY 1150AM Catholic Radio, President of the Hospice Support Foundation, Treasurer of the Iowa Hospice Foundation, Member of the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organizations Standards Committee and Member of the Advisory Council for the St. Lawrence Catholic Campus Center at KU. Tom is currently the Vice-Chairman of the National Association for Homecare & Hospice which represent the more than 30,000 organizations across the country. Tom was invested in 2008 as a Knight of Magisterial Grace in The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhoades, and of Malta. He is a 3rd degree member of the Knights of Columbus and previously served as Grand Knight for KU’s College Council. He is also a member of Legatus an International Organization for Catholic CEO’s.