FDC Graphic Films Recognizes Employees for Exemplifying Core Values
FDC’s Core Values are believed to be the five most important values in the way the company employees live and work: integrity, kindness, resiliency, engagement, and drive for success.
“It is gratifying to see how this team cares. Often, taking a minute to help or encourage our work family members gets lost in our busy go-go environment,” said Chris Stoler, FDC president. “At FDC, our team goes that extra mile, in so many little ways. We believe this is what makes FDC a great place. I want to thank all of our nominees for their heart, and how they live out FDC’s Core Values.”
Biljana “Bili” Biberovic, a production scheduler, was recognized for her drive for success. Ms. Biberovic is always willing to go into the office early or stay late when needed to make sure that all orders get entered for the day.
Maria “Patti” Guillen, a craft production associate, was recognized for her integrity and drive for success. Ms. Guillen’s impressive work ethic was noticed as she does what she says she’s going to do and always has a smile (even behind her face covering) with a positive attitude. She goes above and beyond what is asked of her while not only keeping up with demand, she also makes workspace areas more efficient.
Jason Harmon, an east regional sales territory manager, was recognized for his engagement and drive for success. Mr. Harmon is reliable and there for teammates with help with products, presentations, strategies, and support. He is a team player who wants to see everyone succeed. His industry knowledge and years in the business are an asset and puts the company first in his decision making.
Jamon Merritt, a material handler, was recognized for his resiliency and drive for success. Mr. Merritt took on a position that is challenging to learn. He is always eager to learn more and retains the information well. He cares about getting his work done on-time, complete, and error-free.
Each employee received an FDC Core Values Ambassador award certificate signed by Mr. Stoler from the Work-Life team.
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