The holidays are in full swing here at the iTecs office, which means we have wrapped all the pipes with towels, and the more fashionable among us are wearing leg warmers. Speaking of things that are too cool for this planet, Hee Shin has earned the iTecs GOAT award, finishing out the year with a devastatingly fast win for someone who hasn't been working here but for what, two months? Maybe? Dang.
Hee is good. Hee is great, in fact. One of the things that sets Hee apart is his dedication to staying up-to-date on the latest technology and best practices in his field. He constantly seeks new learning opportunities and is always willing to share his knowledge with his colleagues. His expertise has been invaluable in helping us to provide top-quality support to our clients.
In addition to his technical skills, Hee is also a great team player. He loves getting involved when coworkers are puzzling over a particularly tricky issue, and I can easily recognize the sound of progress when I hear a few eagerly exchanged 'BRUUUUH's issue back and forth. Nah, I don't know what's up with the 'BRUUUUH' thing, but I assume that's what true tech prowess sounds like because once Hee's corner of the room is done BRUUUUHing it up, there's a wake of completed tickets and satisfied customers in their wake. I don't question progress or achievement like that; I just try to encourage and recognize it.
Hee is always willing to lend a helping hand to his coworkers and goes out of his way to make sure that everyone is on the same page. His positive attitude and strong work ethic make him a pleasure to work with. He's been a great addition to the team, and now that he's got a GOAT under his belt so early, he'll be a contender to watch for the GOAT Awards next year. Watch your back, Hee.
We are grateful to have Hee on our team and are proud to recognize him as our Employee of the Month. Keep up the great work, Hee! Rest of y'all step it up; we got schooled by the new guy.
Dallas, TX – iTecs, a leading Managed IT Services company, announced today that it has added a new life insurance policy to its employee benefits package. The policy provides coverage of up to $100,000, and the company will cover 100% of the premium.
I goofed! There are two employees of the month for December; I'll never financially recover from this. :(