I’m an Employee Relations Manager. As an ERM, I serve as the Wimmer Solutions point of contact and execution arm for coaching, counseling, performance management, training and development of services to our field employees. By understanding the company’s direction and the significance of an employee’s role, I assist in bringing together all of the moving pieces and lead everyone to their goals. I work with multiple different teams (recruiting, sales, finance, operations, professional services, clients, FE’s) in warranting that everyone has a smooth and successful experience. Overall, I hope to establish and develop client relationships in order to ensure successful delivery and satisfaction while assuring that the project is delivered in accordance Wimmer policies and procedures.
I love the sense of community that is Wimmer. Not only does our internal team go out of their way to make everyone feel like family, but I get to witness that culture out in the field as well. I think the personal touch we have really differentiates us from our competitors – and I couldn’t be more proud to have a part in that. It’s amazing to see all of the connections that have been made while I spend my time in the field (both professionally and personally). I feel incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to meet with so many different walks of life – all with different talents and skillsets – each and every day.
Outside of work, you can find me spending time with family and friends. I love being active and exploring all of the beauty that Washington has to offer. I’ve recently been bit by the travel bug, and am working my way through checking countries off my bucket list. I love pizza, good wine, and speak fluent canine 🙂
My role is a bit different than most, as there are many situations where there really is no right or wrong way of doing things. If you enjoy working with people, and truly being a part of someone’s success, this is the right place to be. You have to really learn how to read people, trust your judgement, and if you don’t know something – don’t be afraid to ask. Really getting out there and immersing yourself is the best way to learn from experience.
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