A sports enthusiast hits a home run at our Colorado facility.
By Holly and Eddie Lawrence
Mobile Transport Repair (MTR) in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Ramon services our fleets and has been employed at MTR since 2012. He performs inspections and repairs, but his specialty is electrical trailer work. Ramon operates out of his truck five or six days per week and maintains the vehicles of established customers along a routine route. He produces more than 100 billed hours weekly.
Ramon possesses great character and doesn’t take anything for granted. He’s confident, but not cocky. He has a good attitude and a solid sense of loyalty. He’s dependable and very high-tone. His willingness to produce and succeed keeps us and the customers happy. He’s extremely gracious.
He strives for his weekly targets and achieves them consistently. He works hard for us and earns a great living because of it—which allows him to provide a nice life for his family. Ramon’s wife works as a veterinary technician. When her
office burned down three years ago, she was
without a job for a bit. During that time, his income sustained the household.
Ramon’s tough on himself. If something’s not right or if someone needs him, he’ll immediately communicate it to our customers or respond promptly. He has a natural ability to confront difficult situations and handle them effectively.
He didn’t have a lot of shop experience, but we could tell that he was the ideal person for the position based on his great attitude.
We recruited Ramon on Indeed.com. We didn’t interview many applicants. We just had a good gut instinct from our previous experiences hiring people, so we offered him the job right away. He didn’t have a lot of shop experience, but we could tell that he was the ideal person for the position based on his great attitude.
He’s a sports enthusiast, who’s a diehard fan of the Broncos and any Colorado team. Ramon also likes to lift weights by doing curls to build up his arms and spend time with his four children and four grandkids. Prior to his employment at our facility, he spent 12 years on a military base working on engines.
“Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.” —Richard Branson