An employee’s motivation is a direct result of the sum of interactions with his or her manager.–Bob Nelson
Avtarhas worked with A.S.P.for oneyearandsixmonths. He has been a guard at our TTCgatehousefrom the start.Avtarhas transitionedinto our Respite contract,as he is looking to advance his career into Corrections. He has shown he is able to adapt to change effortlessly and has a can-do attitude. Thank you,Avtar, for your continued service at A.S.P.!
Take time to appreciate employees and they will reciprocate in a thousand ways.–Simon Sinek
Karen is our administrator, whowas a crossing guard for A.S.P. Karen, to me is kind of like a utility player in baseball… always ready to support the divisions. As the school year kicked off, she has provided great support to the Crossing Guard groupduring start-up,all the while learning RES/CICdivision as growth continues. I have known Karen for two months and I see that she shows great pride in her work and always brings a smile to the workplace. Thank you fromall of us at A.S.P.Karen. Keep up the great work!
How does A.S.P.make you feel valued as an employee? I go home and know the work I did that day matters our clients and to my team. Fun fact:She has retired 3 times