* National account management
* Thrives on Excellence
* Good working alone or with a team
MY 1st JOB Waited on gentlemen who came in to pick up their suit after having alterations done making sure they were completely satisfied.
First, I would like to tell you that The Canteen Corporation is a vending machine company. It was a very secure job in that before I was hired I had to go for a lye detector test which I Aced. Once hired, myself along with another gentleman who showed me the ropes at first were locked in and locked in twice to The Counting Room. We were the only people who could let anyone in except for only a handful, if that,who had a key to get in. We were never bothered. We would count automatically, all of the coins and paper bills that the drivers would bring in about every other day or every day depending on the size of their routes. Thursdays and Fridays were, for the most part, hard to keep up with due to the volume of coins sacks we would receive. Some drivers would wait till the last part of the week to bring in bags upon bags of coins to be counted from their routes. Usually the ones with the biggest routes. We would banter back and forth with them. All in good fun. They would say that they would wait for their totals and we would say "Sorry, come back on Monday." All in all it was a nice job but no chance for promotion.
The Form House is a "One of a Kind Innovative Bindery Service" A business that does not produce a product but supplies a "Service" to Publishers, Printers, Direct Marketing Companies and Advertising Agencies. We are extremely well known across the Country for our vast amount of services we can offer in this ever changing area of advertising in one form or another to get the consumers attention even if it is only for 1 minute or less. The Form House is renowned for it's excellence in every way, shape and form. My 30 years with The Form house would turn out to be a "Dream Job." During my 30 years with The Form House, Inc. I impressed my employer with my energetic one on one ability to motivate people to excellence. I have the kind of personality to draw people into me which I feel was a gift. I have a good sense of humor and quick wit. My interaction with customers was so rewarding in many aspects. My people skills kept growing as I did in my many different rolls with the company. All of my customers got personal service which most ate up. I increased production and sales by approx. 17% of an already profitable business. I had 4 different positions there. Please indulge me as I am very proud of my dedication and respect for the company. When I first started I was a machine operator which meant "My Inspector" at the end and I were driven to perfection in the application that we were producing and to produce as much as possible during our shift. When I needed help because of a glitch that I could not find an answer to, a Set Up man would come and get me rolling again. I was very attentive as I saw how my machine was fixed and shortly there after I was able to make any adjustments on my own which was noticed by my Foreman who would promote me to a Set "Up man." I would set machines to do a vast sundry of affixing operations and was always up for a new challenge. My excellence would lead me to become the Night Foreman for 12 Fabulous years. I knew most of the people before hand as we would meet during shift changes. It didn't take long before I new all of my 45 plus up to 70 people at one given time. The person that I replaced was not a favorite among the people which led to his demise. We grew to be one big family in a very short time. I had a lot of respect for them which they ate up because the previous Foreman was not a hands on person which I found very sad. As I proved my abilities to my team of set up men and the rest of my work force we would soon LOVE to challenge the production capabilities as long as Quality was not over looked. We would for the majority of the time out produce the 1st shift which they and I would relish! I treated my team very good by letting them have a few extra minutes of break time and lunch time. I always gave praise for a job well done and as much as I could, get a salary increase when warranted even if I had to bump heads with the office. All I really had to say was to look at the increase in production from where I took over the reigns till the current. 99% of the time I was able to surprise them with a salary increase. The look on their faces was at times priceless which made me feel good that I had gone to bat for them. We were a "Lean Mean Operating Team" to be reckoned with! I got my fair share of salary increases due mostly in part to my team efforts. We were always under a tight deadline which meant working 10 to 12 hours a day plus week ends. We would go for weeks on end with out a day off. There was an Old Fashioned Deli on my way to work that had the freshest link to link hot dogs. On some Saturdays but mostly Sundays I would stop and pick up all they had plus all the fixings. It was a little barbaric but I would cook the hot dogs in two 50 cup coffee makers. What a treat from the everyday sandwiches. I Loved my job and my people and we were in this 100%. Sure there were new employees but for the most part fit in nicely and I also had no choice but to fire some at times under a variety of reasons. That part of my job I disliked a lot but it was necessary not to contaminate our goals. After my 12 years with them I was promoted to the office as a Sales Representative both inside and out. When I told My Family of People that I was leaving them for my next adventure with The Form House I along with many got all chocked up to say the least. My replacement was one of their own. One of my top machine set up men and trouble shooter. That made them feel better knowing they didn't have to break a Stranger into their midst. Well, they threw me a farewell party like no other!! I was overwhelmed with gratitude and they all chipped in to buy me a departing present. A set of Gold cuff links, a Gold Tie Tack, half a dozen ties and a couple crisp white shirts. I thanked them so much for their thoughtfulness but told them they work hard for their money and they didn't need to do that but they wanted me to have something to ALWAYS remember them by. I said I'm only going to the office, not leaving them. Most every day between shifts I would go and say hello and get a couple whistles because they were not used to seeing me dressed up. In sales I wore many hats from quoting out jobs to traveling to visit customers and doing Trade Shows and making display boards to drum up New Customers which I always got some very good leads. It was a very rewarding job and I flourished at it. My history of dealing with many different personalities as Foreman made the transition into Sales a natural fit as you will see below. I know I gave you a lot to read but I think you have seen how committed I was to The Form House. Many Thanks to you.
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