August 2020 | Volume 1 – Issue 1
This month, 10 Leadpoint employees celebrate milestone anniversaries, with 10+ years on the job. They are:
Hector Luis Feliciano-Nieves, Clackamas – 17 years
Santiago Riscajche-Sanchez, Excel Garden – 16 years
Eladio Mejia-Torres, Clackamas – 14 years
Luis Alfonso Lopez-Lopez, Tacoma – 13 years
Juan Gabriel Ortiz-Perez, Tacoma – 12 years
Angel Rivera-Gonzalez, Clackamas – 12 years
Basilia Tolentino-Canales, Tacoma – 12 years
Luis Roberto Alvarez-Lopez, Alpine – 11 years
Carlos Zacarias Fernandez-Aban, Clackamas – 11 years
Venis Osorio-Orozco, Tacoma – 10 years
When you work for Leadpoint, you have an opportunity to build a career, move up, and stay with a company that takes care of you. These men and women prove it!
Thank you for your service. We appreciate your loyalty to Leadpoint and our customers.
If you have attention to detail, good communication skills, and the ability to coach others, you could be promoted from Sorter to Line Lead. Here’s how it works.
We are looking for people to join our Onsite Manager Training Program. We have openings now at sites around the country and want to promote from within. View our openings here.
If you are interested in joining the Onsite Manager training program, let your manager know and they will help you take the next step. NOTE: You must be willing to relocate!
Valerie Ford, onsite manager at our Homewood site, starts every pre-shift meeting with Leadpoint-approved stretches. “Prepare for the day with a few minutes of stretching for your arms and hands, legs and back,” she says. “It really helps you warm-up and make your day go better,” she said.
You can also practice stretching at home before you come to work. Here are Valerie’s top 3 stretches to start your day.
We are working on a new website just for you! It will include links and resources to things like safety tips, policy and benefit information, and pay stubs. That’s what we’re thinking about anyway. What would you like to see on a Leadpoint Employee Website? Take our survey in English or in Spanish.
Everybody is talking about COVID-19. To keep yourself, your family and your loved ones safe, be aware of the symptoms of coronavirus. If you have any of these symptoms, DO NOT COME TO WORK. Call your supervisor right away to let them know.
What are the major issues you’re facing? Is it finding and keeping good people? Excessive downtime? Or too many workplace…
Question: How many occupational hazards can an experienced safety professional find within 30 seconds of walking into a waste/recycling plant?…
Is all manufacturing in the United States on the decline? While there have been major shifts in the overall manufacturing…
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