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Welcome to The Link

MarketStar’s careers and culture blog! In The Link we cover career trends and topics related specifically to MarketStar and our amazing team. All posts are written by MarketStar leaders, subject matter experts, and passionate employees who are excited about our company and their own careers. Thanks for joining us!

Recent Posts by Josh Lopez

 
Josh Lopez has over 20 years of experience in the human resource profession. He is a champion of assuring that each employee’s efforts and contributions matter. Josh is inspired daily by his son, who is a beacon of compassion, kindness and humility. Josh’s outside interests involve spending time with his son, reading leadership literature, attending sporting events, traveling to big cities or amusement parks, and entertaining friends and family to good food and enjoyable conversation.Josh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources from Utah State University.
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The Race for Inclusion

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to vacation with my family in San Francisco, where we stopped by the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. Within this memorial, there is an amazing waterfall. Behind the waterfall lies quotes from the iconic “I Have a Dream” speech etched in glass-like walls. Though I’ve heard, read, and seen this speech many times, on this occasion, while reading quotes from that speech, it really touched my soul. Together, my family and I read the quotes aloud, and we all experienced the “chill” running down our backs. Shortly thereafter, we discussed the importance of treating everyone with dignity and respect. Then the kids ran off through the garden area with many other children from all different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. It was quite an experience, and truly something I will never forget.

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MarketStar — a Top Workplace in Utah

There’s a saying that goes, treat a person as they are, and that person will remain as they are. Treat a person as they could be, and they will become as what they should be.

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