For many of us, 2020 has been the year that wouldn’t end. It’s been challenging in many ways and different than any year we’ve known in our lifetimes. At L-Tron, we’ve certainly seen our fair share of ups & downs, but we are so grateful that we’ve been able to continue serving our customers without interruption. As 2021 approaches, here are some tips for throwing a virtual holiday party to celebrate your team.
In a career that is inevitably filled with its fair share of rejection – ignored calls, unanswered emails and the like – a salesperson undoubtedly has a tough job. Yet our sales team may not be what comes to mind as typical; each person is dedicated to our customers’ success – they’re problem solvers with a wealth of deep technology knowledge and experience. Your Success is Our Purpose.
When I was tasked with writing a blog welcoming our newest team member, David, I wasn’t sure what to expect. You see, I’ve written similar pieces before and every interviewee responds differently. Some are quite serious and to the point, while others are shy and don’t have much to say.
David was neither. He was honest, funny, and quirky – which is an absolute must for the L-Tron team! Get to know David by reading our chat below.
Giving Back for Giving Tuesday The months of November and December bring a whirlwind of significant dates, including Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, Pearl Harbor Day, Festivus, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve and everything in between. While it can be easy to get caught up in the commercialism …
“So, what do you do for work?” It’s pretty common to hear this question come up during small talk situations, and most people are able to rattle off a canned answer about their job title, company and a description. Yet when we asked our team of engineers about their jobs, here are some of the responses we received: “…no …
Looking back, our commitment to the safety and health of our employees, exceptional performance, and full transparency with our internal and external customers, as well as our manufacturing partners, enabled us to keep our doors open and our operations running to full capacity. This remained the case, even as our state and local region peaked in its number of COVID cases,