Why you should hire my spouse

DEDICATION.  As a business, I think this would be the number one trait to look for. You need someone who is dedicated to helping you achieve your companies goals. Someone who believes in your message and core values. A person who will treat your business, as their business. There is no one I’ve ever met, that is more dedicated than my spouse.

RELIABILITY.  Running a business you need someone who will be there, to take care of business. My spouse was raised with old fashioned values, and does everything in her power to fulfill her obligations. She prefers to be early whenever possible! If you need someone who has your back in a crisi situation, then you want a reliable person, like my spouse.

ADAPTABILITY.  Sure, she’s got years of experience in merchandising, retail, inventory, setting planograms and just LIFE experience; but she also has a drive and desire to learning new things.  She’s not one to be stuck in the past or old ways of doing things (except for when it comes to morals & respect); she knows the value of change. If you need someone who can take on various roles and adapt to changing priorities, then you should hire my spouse.

ETHICAL.  You will not find a soul more honest than my spouse, even to her own detriment at times.  She will definitely look out for the welfare of your company. Where some see the gray in the rules, she sees black & white, especially when it is something that affects profits or the reputation of the company.

DRIVEN.  My spouse is driven to excel. She holds herself to a very high standard and loves to achieve great results.  Whether it’s merchandising, setting a planogram, customer service or a new skill, she loves to outperform herself and others.  But it’s not just about speed or sales, it’s also about thinking outside the box and achieving a great result.

PEOPLE SKILLS.  My spouse is the baby of nine, so she has grown up surrounded by a multitude of personalities.  She has never met a stranger and can quickly relate and talk to anyone.  She is earnest in her dealings with people and they trust her.  She also uses her people skills when it comes to leadership.  Once she learns what motivates people, she is able to effectively lead them in a way that makes for a harmonious working environment.

Well, there are many more reasons than the ones listed as to why you should hire my spouse.  But, I think you need to meet her and see for yourself how amazing she is. I know reading this, you probably think I am biased.  But that isn’t true at all! I can love my spouse & think they are a horrible worker, a terrible slacker! But, thankfully one of the traits I find so appealing is just how wonderful she is in her business life, as well as her family life.

This is my spouses resume:

WALMART:  March 1994- December 2010- During her years at Walmart she worked in various positions and gained recognition of different District Managers, as well as Regional Managers.  She received numerous merit raises, employee recognition and was pursued to move up into higher positions in the company. (Positions she turned down because of her dedication to her ailing mother) The positions she did hold was: department Manager, inventory lead, stocker and she was chosen by District Managers for projects involving inventory control, store remodels and merchandising.

CROSSMARK: June 2011- CURRENT -My spouse started in this position as a Glidden Paint Representative, which mainly serviced Walmart. She traveled all over a district and even expanded beyond that as her Manager came to rely on her to get the work done. After some time, she changed over to be a general Merchandiser and travels to CVS, Walmart, grocery stores, etc to set planograms, perform merchandise audits and build merchandise displays.

DOLLAR TREE: November 2011- March 2012 – She was an Assistant Manager.

PETCO: November 2013- April 2015- She was an MPT and traveled the district setting planograms and helping with inventory management. The funny thing about her experience with Petco was, she went to interview for MPT and the hiring manager wanted to hire her as an Assistant instead. He saw the value of her experience, but she thought she needed to learn more about the animal business first, to be an effective manager.

GRAEBEL MOVING: January 2016- July 2016- She was a Project Field Manager and enjoyed the challenging work.  She was even able to complete some jobs ahead of schedule and under budget.  She traveled the USA, to lead a team to liquidate stores. She was laid off when the contract fell through.

BASS PRO: November 2016- CURRENT- She was hired on as an Order Picker.  It’s her job to pick mainly to replenish the retail stores, but also helps to pick catalog orders.  The job is challenging and fun and she enjoys the people she works with.

So, what is the purpose of my writing all this about my spouse? I mean she enjoys her work she does now! Well, unfortunately it revolves around money and the need for more of it.  I am a stay at home mom.  I am allowed to be one because my spouse knows how important and vital it is for a child to have a parent home with them. She is the sole financial support for our family. She is looking to find a truly rewarding job, that pays enough to alleviate the stress our family seems to be under constantly.

I’m praying that whomever takes the time to read this will pass it along & help my spouse find what our family needs.  Or maybe that a better opportunity with her current employer will come along. Our family has struggled for the last 7 years, trying to recoup from her leaving Walmart. We’ve had to borrow from family and friends (and unfortunately that’s caused some hard feelings), and we just want to be able to be self sufficient.  And we’d like to be able to afford to repay our debts, both personal and otherwise.

I know writing this up, I could possibly get a lot of SCAM responses, but I’m hoping not. If you are a legitimate company (and I will check the BBB and Glassdoor) that has a job you’d like to offer my spouse, please leave a reply.  Looking for employment in the Springfield, Missouri market, thank you.





~ by destiny2b on May 8, 2017.

2 Responses to “Why you should hire my spouse”

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