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Monthly Employee Highlight: Stanley Kelly

With his wide grin, Stanley brings warmth to the room, demonstrating his commendable work ethic through his grateful attitude and exceptional teamwork skills. Stanley is approachable and easy to talk to; he listens attentively and gently shares his thoughts and insights, inspiring and enlightening those around him.


First Part: AT ARSGEM

  • Briefly introduce yourself:

Hi, my name is Stanley Kelly. People often call me Stan the Man so that's my nickname. I have been with the ARSGEM for over 2 years now as a multi-skilled tradesman. Generally speaking, different tradesmen can have different specializations. For me, my specialty lies in framing, drywall, taping, and painting finished carpentry. 

  • What are your favourite parts of your role and why?:

I take pride in that my work makes customers happy. At the end of the day, that is the core duty of everything I do: To serve others for their well-being and joy. I am grateful to be able to make someone's day brighter through the skills and expertise I have.  

  • How does teamwork apply to your day-to-day job? 

In my line of work, teamwork is of absolute importance. Many times, multiple tradesmen with different specialties need to collaborate. Each tradesman brings their unique skills and expertise to the table, and by working together, they can accomplish tasks more efficiently and effectively. In addition, different team members may offer diverse perspectives and approaches to problem-solving. By working together in a highly cooperative manner, we can streamline processes and avoid delays caused by waiting for one another to complete tasks. 

I cannot emphasize the significance of teamwork enough; Teamwork really makes the dream work! It demonstrates a powerful cohesion among team members, where one's pain is felt by all. If we prioritize the well-being of each other, we can together create something truly meaningful and powerful.  

Second Part: Your Philosophy

Third Part: More About You

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