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Spotlight on Joseph Hunt (Head of Human Resources)

Posted on 12/2/2010 12:31 PM

There are not very many people who know as much about My Plumber Heating and Cooling as Joseph Hunt. Joe has been with the company since early 1987. He started his career as a parts-runner and eventually became our Head of Human Resources.
If you become employed with My Plumber Heating and Cooling, no matter what your position, you can count on being guided through your first couple of days here, by Joe.    It is his job to make sure that you know the rules your first days here and to ensure that you receive a fair shake, if things start going wrong.
Beyond that, it is Joe’s job to make sure policy updates and changes are communicated to employees, as quickly as possible and to ensure that changes are expressed in a manner that employees understand. Additionally, it is Joe’s responsibility to make sure that all employees receive adequate safety training, and that training equipment is kept up-to-date.
Joe Hunt, an outstanding staff member and a corner-stone employee who has helped My Plumber Heating and Cooling grow into the wonderful, local company that it has become. 

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