RELAY Team Spotlight: Advice for New Employees
Updated: Feb 5
People are at the heart of everything we do at Relay Resources and we want to celebrate that! So we asked some of our longtime employees across our organization what #LifeAtRelay is like for them. The following is advice from just a few of our employees that have been with us from 5 to 35+ years!
Q: If you could give advice to someone new at the organization, what would it be?
Barb: Work hard but enjoy the work you do.
Dainya: Do your best and be positive.
Darrell: Telling the new people to be patient and do the job the best way you know how, and listen to the instructor who is training you. You'll go far if you do so.
David Marple: Just do your best no matter what happens.
David Morrison: Here at Relay you too can have a chance of a life time. All you need to do is work hard and be dedicated, and really want it, and good things will come your way. Because here at Relay they want people to succeed. They have the tools and the knowledge to help people be successful.
Gianni: Be patient, work together to a common goal. Be solution oriented and respect differences.
Jason: This is the most exciting time in my tenure at RELAY…we are really going to go somewhere special…sit down, strap in and enjoy the ride!!!!
Joel: Be pleasant to others and don't be afraid to ask questions.
Laurie: Do your best and always show up to work on time.
Matt: Work as a team to get stuff done. Work hard and be positive.
THANK YOU to our contributors!
Barb Smith, Affordable Housing, 2012
Dainya Morgan, Janitorial, 2002
Darrell Keogh, Janitorial, 1985
David Marple, Supply Chain Solutions, 2002
David Morrison, Building Maintenance, 2012
Gianni Xeros, Janitorial, 2003
Jason Wilkey, Human Resources, 2007
Joel Tebo, Janitorial, 1982
Laurie Neyman, Janitorial, 1992
Matt Fancher, Supply Chain Solutions, 2011
Interviewer: Traci Shaw, Marketing, 2016
Do you have advice for new employees?
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