~ by Jennifer Martell and Katie Favreau, Global-Z Co-Morale Officers
On an entirely different subject, Global-Z also celebrated three of our employees attaining the ten year mark. This is quite an accomplishment. One of our company’s strengths is its ability to attract and retain people of the highest caliber. Stability and longevity are part of what allows GZ employees to gain expertise in our respective departments and foster strong relationships with our customers. More importantly, it also gives us yet another reason to indulge in cake, which is strongly recommended if you are attempting to maintain a high level of morale.For our next installment, I want to discuss the importance of data quality. I know what you’re thinking. What does this have to do with the Ambassadors of Fun? Well, I’ll tell you. Data quality at a high resolution is not only important to ensuring that your mail piece is delivered in a timely manner and reaches its ultimate destination, but that all the pertinent information is easily accessible and accurate. Imagine, for instance that you were a Friendly Neighborhood Co-Morale Officer and all the available data pointed to the fact that you were going to deliver a sweet baby girl. You trust the available data and don’t run it through a quality hygiene process such as Global-Z’s proprietary address correction and validation. Imagine your surprise when the time comes and instead of the sweet baby girl, you are delivered an entirely different “male piece.” With that said, my Co-Morale Officer added another member to the GZ family. We welcomed baby Riley Evan Favreau to our team even though he was supposed to be a girl. Nobody can say that Global-Z doesn’t deliver. The moral of this story is that it is important to be able to trust your data.
In other news, if you are a Global-Z employee, you might want to never be absent from the office for any reason. Trade shows, conferences, client meetings? Nope! No one is safe from the scheming of the Morale Officers, not even the “Boss.” You may just come back to find that some evil person, not in any way connected with the aforementioned Morale Officers, has toilet papered your cubicle and fully documented it with pictures for no other reason than the fact that you were gone. On the flip side, if you are out for a sickness or injury, the Morale Officers would absolutely be involved in providing you with “chocolate therapy” and a smiley-faced balloon lovingly named “Bob.” The Morale Officers oversaw princess-themed birthday party favors, Fourth of July red, white, and blue treats, Hello Kitty cakes, and even a lighthouse themed birthday cake because an employee foolishly mentioned that he liked Maine in the hearing of the Morale Officers.
Let your imagination flow when you are planning your own moral-boosting activities. Be sure to strictly adhere to the letter of your company policy. If it says nothing about toilet papering cubicles, then you’re probably free to do whatever you want, at least, that’s how we interpret the rules. Our company policy also says nothing about punkin chunkin contests or sledding down the driveway in winter. Be sure to check back for pictures of those future events. That will have to do for now, after all, Morale-ing is not our only job. Take care then, bye bye now.