C3 Career Care is a professional human resource services company formed to provide hope, direction, and resources in response to the great need for outsourced human resource services to businesses, unemployed individuals, and those in career transition. We take a personal, dedicated, and attentive approach to managing HR challenges and career services. Principals Becky Morlok and Carey Jones each have more than 35 years of varied experience identifying and providing human resource services & solutions.

Becky Davis Morlok, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Becky has over 35-years of experience in human resource services, in legal and medical fields, the federal and county court systems, non-profits, media, hospice and elder care; she is no stranger to challenge and conflict. She embraces change and transition as opportunity and thrives by empowering companies and individuals to welcome the future proactively.

Becky has successfully navigated companies and employees through economic downturns, reorganization, mergers, new corporate ownership, downsizing, and culture change. Her experience as an HR consultant with C3 Career Care includes several independent, internal investigations in workplaces throughout Anderson and Oconee Counties. These investigations have included charges of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and financial impropriety. Becky’s HR experience combined with her paralegal degree (litigation specialist) and years in law firms and federal courts bring both legal assessment and perspective through the eyes of employers and employees.

Born in Rutherfordton, NC, Becky finished high school at St. Mary’s School in Raleigh, NC after which she obtained a BA degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice from NC State University in Raleigh. She holds a paralegal degree with a concentration in civil and criminal litigation from the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta, Ga., and is a graduate of the first class of The E. W. Scripps Leadership Institute in Breckenridge, CO.

Prior to forming C3, Becky was employed for 19 years at the Anderson Independent-Mail beginning as benefits administrator before being promoted 3 times in 5 years, ultimately to Vice-President/Human Resources. During those years she helped guide the workforce through three publisher changes, new corporate culture and ownership and a corporate split. Her responsibilities included management and staff training and development, compensation and performance appraisal programs, grievance and complaint procedures, exit interviews, employee recognition and communication programs, workers compensation, safety programs, administering company policies, employee programs and benefits.

Before joining the Independent-Mail, Becky spent 10 years as the corporate law and civil litigation paralegal for the firm of Jones, Spitz, Moorhead, Baird & Maddox in Anderson, SC. Prior to moving to Anderson, she served as Deputy Clerk of the US District Court and Assistant to the US Magistrate in Asheville, NC.

Becky is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, the Anderson Area SHRM chapter. She holds two national certifications: Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) through the Society of Human Resource Management.

She is also a certified Zenger Miller facilitator and a popular guest lecturer, keynote speaker and workshop leader with churches, non-profits, businesses and universities including Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce, Anderson University, Clemson University, Independent-Mail, Foothills Alliance, the United Way, YMCA, Harte-Hanks, Inc. and the EW Scripps Company.

Becky currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Independent-Mail’s Brighter Christmas Fund and the Anderson Area Society of Human Resource Management. She is a member of the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Anderson Class IX, Leadership Anderson Alumni, Anderson Area Medical Center Caduceus Society, past board chairman of Family Adult Counseling and Education Services, has served on the Board of Directors for the Anderson Area YMCA, Junior League of Anderson County, Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce, Anderson Area Chamber Board of Regents, Easter Seal Society of SC, the Foothills Rape Crisis and Merger Alliance Board: Anderson Alliance for Prevention of Child Abuse and Anderson/Oconee Children’s Center, and the Anderson University Business Advisory Board and MBA School Planning Committee.

J. Carey Jones, Jr.
A lifelong resident of Anderson, SC, Jones holds business degrees from Anderson University and Clemson University. He held management positions in manufacturing before forming Consolidated Southern Industries in 1984 which was named an INC 500 Company in 1990. Since CSI’s formation, Jones has formed over ten start-up companies including businesses in construction, restaurants and professional services.

Jones is best known as a strong partner in the revitalization of downtown Anderson through property ownership, volunteering and fundraising. In 1997, Jones and his wife, Rosemary began the Block Party program, Anderson’s signature downtown event.

He has served on the Anderson Chamber of Commerce Board for over 22 years in multiple roles including the Executive Board, Chairman of the Special Events Committee and the Economic Restructuring Committee, Chairman of the Ambassador’s Committee and Chairman of the Chamber’s Community Development Council. Other volunteer work includes Chairman of the Soiree Board, Imagine Anderson Board, the TBA 100 Board, the Anderson Youth Association and New Foundations Boards, GAMAC Board, the Freedom Weekend Steering Committee, the Inaugural Executive Director of the Great Southeast BalloonFest, the BalloonFest Board, Celebrate Anderson Board, Founder and Board member of the BMW Euro Auto Festival, the steering committee for downtown Anderson’s Father’s Day Car Show, President and Chairman of the Board of Main Street Program of Anderson.

Jones is the recipient of the EuroFest Founders Award, the Chamber of Commerce 2002 Small Business Success Award, and the 2009 Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award. Jones has also received the 55 Gallon AnMed Blood Platelet Donor Award.

In 2009 Jones formed C3 ElderCare, a successful and licensed non-medical companion care service that provides custom care to the elderly throughout the Upstate. Jones is also certified by the National Association of Home Builders as a certified Aging in Place Specialist.