Parlor Chaperone Job Description Sample
Assistant Manager/Lead- Ice Cream Parlor
We are seeking an enthusiastic and responsible Assistant Manager to join our team! You will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating the activities of the ice cream crew.
- Ensure product, orders and inventory are all up to par
- Supervise team - assign daily tasks
- Adjust weekly schedule for shift personnel to ensure optimal efficiency
- Train and evaluate employees in excellent operations and best customer service
- Prepare and pass quarterly inspections
- Reach out to local business and schools for fundraising and marketing opportunities
- Advertise upcoming promotions and seek catering opportunities
- Resolve escalated customer complaints
- Previous experience in food service management, leadership, customer service, or other related fields
- Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent written and communication skills
- Energetic and Enthusiastic customer service skills
- Strong leadership qualities
- Cake decorating or pastry school experience is an asset
Ice Cream Parlor - Crew Member
Description To wait on Ice Cream Parlor customers and ensure a pleasant experience.
Prepares orders and serves it to the customer
Calculates bill and when necessary makes appropriate change.
Greets customers and takes orders.
Maintains safe working conditions and practices in addition to complying with all company safety rules and regulations.
Ensures work areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner in accordance with government standards.
Promotes and ensures a positive customer image within the community ## Qualifications
Waiters and waitresses must be on their feet for long periods of time
Professional and friendly
Effective communication skills with guests and staff
Ability to lift heavy trays filled with glassware/food
Basic math skills
Great attention to detail If you meet these requirements and are interested in this position, to be considered for an interview you must complete an online application at www.wellscareers.com Wells Enterprises is an EEO/AA employer M/F/Vet/Dis
Primary Location:* United States-Iowa-Le Mars
Job Posting:* Feb 6, 2018, 2:35:22 PM
Req ID:* 1700000676
Overview Developmental Disabilities Institute, DDI, is one of the largest providers of care to children and adults with Autism, developmental disabilities and other special needs. DDI has been a part of Long Island for over 50 years serving over 1,500 children and adults with Autism, other developmental disabilities and special needs. DDI provides innovative and expansive services to our population through various residential services, day habilitation programs and vocational services. The Chaperone works along side a Driver assisting in the transport of developmentally disabled individuals, ensuring the safety of all persons on the vehicle. Looking for chaperones in the following areas: Commack/Smithtown/Hauppauge, Medford/Patchogue/Middle Island, Responsibilities Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Ensure all individuals get on and off the vehicle safely
Take time to learn about the individuals transported
Provide support to ensure correct behaviors by riders at all times
Document any inappropriate behavior
Become familiar with the route
Communicate any problems
Assist the individuals who are unable to seatbelt themselves
Interact with the individuals that are transported
Assist the driver in completing necessary paperwork (route sheets, incident reports and vehicle log)
Ensure there is no eating or drinking on the vehicle
Ensure individuals exit the vehicle with all of their belongings
Ensure that all individuals are received by a responsible adult after they exit the vehicle
Assist in maintaining a clean vehicle
Maintain a professional appearance at all times
Must gain First Aide, SCIP and CPR Certification within 3 months of hire Qualifications
Must have HS diploma
Experience working with developmentally disabled preferred
Must be 18 years old
CPR, SCIP, First Aide Certification a plus Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later. ID2016-2985 CategoryDirect Care # of Openings1 Work ScheduleMon-Fri 7a-10a/230-430p Hours per Week25 DepartmentTRA Transportation
Nursing Home Beautician
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Mid Level Share Nursing Home Beautician Triboro Center is actively seeking an experienced Beautician to work as an independent contractor at our Skilled Nursing Facility in Bronx, NY. The beautician would be responsible for providing beautician and barber services to the residents. The beautician is guided by technical knowledge of beautician services and the policies regarding delivery of services to residents of the facility. The Beautician will be paid by residents for the beauty services rendered. The Beautician will be required to come in at least once a month but preferably twice a month or more. The schedule will be set by the Beautician and will be a Weekday schedule. No weekends allowed. Duties Include:
Maintains equipment and parlor in a clean and tidy manner on a daily basis
Styles hair consistent with residents’ request and preference
Supplies chemicals to achieve permanents, relaxers and color in a continuously competent manner
Promotes friendly and positive atmosphere in delivery of beauty parlor services
Preserves safe environment for residents and staff in the Beauty Shop
Has knowledge of chemicals and processes used in the service
Identifies and responds in a timely and sensitive manner to the needs of the residents receiving beauty services
- Maintains beauty parlor log for residents being serviced
Licensed by the State of New York in cosmetology
Proof of Liability Insurance
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Prior experience as a beautician or barber
Prior experience in a healthcare facility preferred Triboro Center is a 405-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility located in the Bronx. Our size enables a warm, nurturing environment, which allows each resident to maintain his or her individuality. Triboro Center’s staff is committed to ensuring the highest quality of life for all our residents, by maintaining each resident’s dignity and independence. Triboro Center is a proud member of the Centers Health Care consortium. Centers Health Care is the only fully integrated post-acute continuum of care, offering services to the elderly throughout NY, NJ and RI through its Healthcare facilities & agencies, Dialysis & Urgent Care Centers, a Managed Care Plan and a Durable Medical Equipment Provider. Earning praiseworthy reviews as the leading provider of top quality medical care in rehabilitative treatment and healthcare, Centers Health Care is unwavering in our dedication to excellence in care, and proud of our commitment to diversity and community involvement. CentersHealthCare.com/careers Equal Opportunity Employer –M/F/D/V Read More
Job duties involve assisting the Resident Manager in guest relations and ensuring that all daily activities are status quo. Assist and give direction to all guests and visitors of the Hotel by answering questions and offering guidance when necessary.
Ensure that the Parlor is kept clean and free of all debris and that all Parlor furniture is in its proper place. Direct all guest traffic. Assist with all activity at the Service Desk and Back Loading Dock during high volume check-in and check-out days.
Deliver gifts and amenities to guest rooms. Document, utilizing hotel standards, all guest related accidents, injuries or illness. Give hotel-authorized orientation to all arriving tour groups upon their initial check-in.
Assist housekeeping, guests, and wherever needed, on all hotel guest room floors. Assist with hotel admissions and service desk when assigned. Other duties may be assigned.
Requirements Employer will offer 40 hours of work per week. Work shifts vary, (7 a.m. to 3 p.m., 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., and split shifts), 5 to 6 days per week, Monday through Sunday, weekend and holiday work required. Work will be performed on Mackinac Island in Mackinac County, Michigan.
Workers will be paid no less than $10 per hour. Overtime available at time-and-a-half at the rate of $15 per hour (5 to 20 hr./wk. possible especially during peak demand period of June, July and August). Employer will use a single work week in computing wages due. Workers will be paid bi-weekly on Thursday by direct deposit.
Employer will make all deductions from the worker’s paycheck required by law. Housing and meals are available at $119/week and, if elected, the cost for housing and meals will be deducted from pay on a weekly basis. Benefits Grand Hotel employees are eligible for 20% off merchandise at Grand Hotel shops, as well as 25% off meals at Grand Hotel restaurants, such as Gate House, Woods, Jockey Club, and Sushi Grand. Employees and their guests are also eligible for Friends and Family rates on specific dates if they would like to stay at Grand Hotel for a discounted price.
Patient Care Tech - Clinic
PATIENT CARE TECH - CLINIC Req Number: 7904 Facility: Bozeman Health Urgent Care Department:
BUC BHUC CONVENIENT CARE Schedule: Full Time FTE: 1.0 Shift: Day Shift Additional Info:
Care for patients in a fresh, modern convenience care clinic that's part of the Bozeman Health family. Utilize your patient care tech skills by warmly welcoming patients, taking vitals, and obtaining medical history and other information in preparation for the patient visit with the nurse practitioner. Collaborate with the nurse practitioner to ensure a positive patient experience, efficiency, and provider productivity.
Flexible scheduling and every other weekend off to enjoy Bozeman's beautiful outdoors. Job Details: POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION SUMMARY Perform clerical/clinical duties in an outpatient clinic and provide assistance to the nurse staff with the goal of increasing efficiency, provider productivity, and patient satisfaction.
To perform uncomplicated tasks (ie. clean/stock exam rooms, escort patient to exam room, chaperone female exam in absence of nurse) under direct supervision of a work area nurse, transport stable patients within the facility, order medical supplies, vaccines and drugs; assist nurses with scheduling of referral appointments for patients. REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION Required: High School Diploma or GED Preferred:
Courses in Medical Terminology LICENSURE and CERTIFICATION Required: Preferred: EXPERIENCE Required: Computer literate Experience in Customer service Preferred:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 20% Time Spent Fax/phone/mail prescriptions, forms and medical record reports 20% Time Spent Produce and manage tracking and referral reports from consultants and see that they are filed timely in the patient EMR Produce and mail annual physical paperwork 10% Time Spent Order labs for pre visit planning according to guidelines Schedule patient appointments, referrals, procedures and tests 20% Time Spent Order drugs, medical supplies and vaccines for nurses and doctors Coordinate prescription assistance program and pre and prior authorizations for clinic patients 5% Time spent Manage Ages and Stages Developmental Screening (letters and website) Make callbacks to patients on direction from nurse or provider and document appropriately in the EHR. Process all vaccine orders, stock and VFC, input lot numbers and CPT codes to EHR 5% Time Spent A Assist with vendor requiests/coupons/sample drug closet Assist Care Coordinator Nurse with referral tracking for Hypertension and Tobacco Cessation reports and tasks Chaperone on request patient appointments 5% Time Spent Chaperone on request patient appointments 5% Time Spent Assist nursing with exam room preparation and rooming of patients Daily communication with Sterile Processing regarding sterile instruments and supplies Process immunization requests, fill-out CDC surveys, Daycare forms, School requests Produce various documents from EPM memorized reports 10% Time Spent Perform other supervised tasks as appropriate under the supervision of the nurse or a Provider
Executive Director, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
“Perhaps the most valuable lesson the Stowe Center displayed is that one single person, regardless of race, social class, or gender, possesses the ability to change the world.” (From a teacher who brought a class to the Center’s program on how to make a difference and create positive change) ### The Institution and the Person The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is a nonprofit museum, program center and research library in Hartford, Connecticut with an active and innovative program schedule and new house tour experience.
The Center’s mission is to preserve and interpret Stowe’s home and the Center’s historic collections, promote vibrant discussion of Stowe’s life and work, and inspire commitment to social justice and positive change.
Over the past 20 years, the museum has transformed into a new kind of historic house museum. In 2018, the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center will celebrate its 50th anniversary. In Harriet Beecher Stowe’s (1811-1896) fifty-year career, she published more than 30 books and was one of the 19th century’s most widely read authors.
But it was her best-selling anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin that catapulted her to international celebrity and secured her place in history. She believed her actions could make a positive difference and her book changed how Americans thought about slavery, galvanizing the antislavery movement and widening divisions that led to the Civil War. It was a controversial book when published in 1852, and remains controversial today, but its historic and literary importance and impact are undeniable.
It has been translated into more than 70 languages. The anti-slavery and justice commitments evidenced by Uncle Tom’s Cabin were not Stowe’s only passions. She wrote extensively about issues pertaining to women and gender, racism, class, domestic life, and even gardening.
It is these issues around which The Center seeks to foster conversation and social action. A lively venue, the Stowe Center presents public conversations and programs that inspire positive action on social issues: award-winning Salons at Stowe, author events, film screenings, book discussions, community open houses and more. Salons at Stowe are 21st century parlor conversations inspiring participants to move from dialogue and debate to action on social justice issues they care about.
Interactive tours and programs connect visitors to 19th century issues and the contemporary face of race, class and gender issues. Stowe’s 1871 home is a National Historic Landmark, and the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The Stowe House recently completed the first major renovation since opening in 1968, upgrading systems, adding fire suppression, and reopening with a new conversation-based tour experience.
The Stowe Center holds the largest collection of materials related to Harriet Beecher Stowe: decorative arts, memorabilia, works of art, furniture, rare manuscripts and print material, images and visual media – 228,000 items — illustrating the lives and times of Stowe, her family and her era. Since 2011, the Stowe Prize for Writing in Social Justice has been presented at the Big Tent Jubilee and is acquiring a growing national recognition. The most recent Stowe Prize winners were Bryan Stevenson (Just Mercy:
A Story of Justice and Redemption) and Ta-Nehisi Coates (“A Case for Reparations”). Formerly awarded bi-annually, the Stowe Prize will now be awarded annually, along with the Student Stowe Prizes. All three prizes will next be awarded in June 2018 at the Stowe Center’s principal fundraising event, the Big Tent Jubilee. The Center hosts multiple programs and tours for schools, tourists and regional visitors.
School programs promote the development of critical thinking, reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, and support Common Core Learning Standards and the Connecticut Social Studies Framework and are open to K-12 and college/university students. Students explore history, literature, and civics through multiple perspectives, including larger national themes. The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is governed by a committed 14-member Board of Trustees which collaborates well with the current Executive Director, and is very engaged in the leadership transition.
Diversity aspects of the Board members include ethnic, gender and generational differences, as well as corporate, legal, academia and nonprofit expertise. The Center has 20 volunteers, along with other groups of volunteers that come in two to three times a year to work on the grounds and facilities. The physical assets of the campus include three historic buildings on two and a half acres:
Stowe’s 1871 home; the adjoining 1894 Katharine Seymour Day House; and its carriage house, used as the Visitor Center. The Center has an annual operating budget of approximately $1.4 Million and is funded by earned and contributed revenue from public and private sources, including individuals, corporations, foundations, and investment proceeds from an endowment. The Center is managed by a strong and committed staff of 10 full-time employees and 12 part-time staff, and the culture is collaborative.
Learn more about the Stowe Center at: https://www.harrietbeecherstowecenter.org/ ### Role as Executive Director Reporting to the board of trustees, and working closely with the staff and key constituents to promote the organization’s mission, the Executive Director will have full responsibility and authority for the management and coordination of the organization’s operations and finances, supervision of the staff and their activities, and implementation of Stowe Center plans and programs in accordance with the policies formulated jointly with the staff and trustees. The Executive Director will be the organization’s primary representative to the broader community and serve as the chief fundraiser, spokesperson, and advocate of the Stowe Center, and be a visible and involved member of the Greater Hartford and Connecticut communities, as well as with select regional and national cultural opportunities. The new Executive Director will provide strategic leadership and bring a fresh perspective; revisit, refine and implement the strategic plan and vision; leverage the Center’s assets, reputation, and experienced and talented staff; galvanize its community and alliance partnerships; implement a staff development program; drive fundraising efforts; and maintain and develop a strong relationship with the Board.
Stowe Center Strategic Goals and Vision The Center is guided by its
2015-2020 strategic plan. The plan’s most recent update was completed in September 2017. Its four goals are: 1. Extend the Stowe Center’s Reach, Recognition and Reputation to other parts of Connecticut and beyond, use technology to reach around the world, and use media to target audiences and drive recognition and participation 2. Create Innovative Programming to Catalyze Social Justice Action increasing awareness of issues and historic context, providing means for action, measuring impact 3. Ensure House and Collections are Accessible and Support the Social Justice Mission 4. Build Sufficient Resources for Sustainability and Stewardship
Assessment and Opportunities The current Executive Director is retiring at the end of May 2018 after nearly 20 years. She is well-respected locally and nationally, and, with the Board of Trustees and staff, led the transformation of the Center from a private foundation to a publicly oriented museum with a diverse audience, innovative programs, and expanded regional and national partnerships.
The Center seeks a new leader who can build upon the organization’s recognized assets to increasingly connect the Center’s mission with contemporary issues. To support this important leadership transition, the Center’s board has engaged TSNE MissionWorks to facilitate a thoughtful and inclusive organizational assessment and executive transition process. Participants in the process include the Center staff, board and nearly 50 community partners/stakeholders who responded to a questionnaire and conversations. The strategic plan and the organizational assessment results, describing the Center’s challenges and priorities, were used in the developing the position profile, and will inform the next leader and the Center’s goal of increasing the organization’s impact.
Profile of the Candidate The Stowe Center Executive Director is a flagship position in the cultural landscape in Connecticut and nationally
. The new director should be an experienced museum or historical site professional, with relevant knowledge of and experience with organizations like house museums and research facilities serving both the general public and scholars from around the world. The successful candidate will be passionate about the Stowe Center’s current role and future aspirations (e.g., human rights, civic engagement). The candidate will be a systems thinker, understand the big picture, and have the ability to excel in both of the Center’s principal roles – history organization and social justice organization - and be a connector on community engagement.
The new Executive Director will be a strategic thinker, a problem solver, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a coalition/team builder. The candidate must have a professional background that demonstrates the following attributes and abilities: the ability to implement change, following healthy analysis and engagement; a solid business acumen; and an eagerness and ability to quickly form and maintain relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders: local, state and national museum and cultural communities; residents; government officials and agencies; grant makers; and collaboration/alliance partners. Candidates will have proven skills in generating and using innovative approaches to enhance an organization’s impact.
Qualifications The Board of the Stowe Center seeks candidates for the Executive Director role with the following experiences
, abilities and personal attributes to assume the associated responsibilities:
Senior Leadership, Strategic Thinking and Planning * Senior management experience including leading, inspiring and managing a diverse staff; managing a significant operating budget; multidisciplinary nonprofit experience; collaborating with the board; and working with a diverse group of funders and community stakeholders.
Proven ability to provide the vision and leadership for accomplishing the mission and long-term development and growth. Experienced and accomplished public speaker serving as the primary spokesperson.
Strong track record of strategic thinking and aligning mission, the business model, internal systems and structures, and staff and board skills, and creating/enhancing/evaluating/aligning programs and activity to support that strategy.
Educational Leadership * Ensure the Center’s programs are of the highest scholarship and quality and meet the needs of a variety of audiences.
Knowledge of the scope and nature of collections like the Center’s.
Proven skills generating and using innovative approaches to enhance impact.
Strategic Communications and
Community Collaborations and Alliances * Proven ability to develop and implement marketing/communications programs creating a clear and consistent identity that generates understanding and enthusiasm for the mission and goals.
Experience working with the media and developing an organizational communications plan that is strategic, proactive and includes emerging communications platforms (e.g., social media).
Initiate, develop and maintain productive and mutually beneficial collaborative relationships with individuals and organizations. Demonstrated commitment to effectively represent the Center across the region’s ethnically diverse communities.
Fundraising * Demonstrated experience cultivating and maintaining relationships with private and public funding sources; developing fundraising strategies and executing them in partnership with the Board.
- Experience providing leadership ensuring the success of the Center’s special events.
Operations Management and Staff Development * Steward physical plant, ensuring the facilities, collections and grounds are well maintained and safe.
Experience recruiting/hiring, supervising, mentoring, providing professional development opportunities and directing and evaluating senior staff in the performance of their duties.
Demonstrated commitment to diverse staff, board and volunteers.
Financial Management and Planning * Prepare and administer annual operating and capital budgets; ensure appropriate systems, procedures and financial controls are in place; and understand and manage multiple projects.
Oversee all financial reporting, contractual obligations and donor/funder restrictions, and maintain appropriate internal policies and procedures ensuring such compliance.
Manage communication with the board to provide regular comprehensive reports on revenue, expenditures and other key financial and non-financial metrics.
Governance, Board Relations and Management * Experienced with board governance and working with the board on strategic planning, policy development, financial management, and fundraising.
- Manage and foster relationships and communications with the board of trustees; participate actively in board meetings and present its members with the information necessary to support successful and informed planning and action.
Other Minimum Qualifications * A level of education appropriate to the position, such as an advanced degree in history, literature of the United States, American Studies, or other relevant field.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to maintain/encourage open communications with staff, the board, volunteers and the community.
Personal Characteristics and Leadership Attributes * Effective listener; excellent communicator; open-minded; flexible.
Relationship/coalition builder; approachable; fair; passionate.
Strongly committed to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Self-confident, diplomatic; honest; sense of humor.
Well-organized, results-driven and inspiring; maturity, judgment.
Enthusiastic, focused, driven; visionary; managerial savvy.
Application Information This national search is being conducted by TSNE MissionWorks' Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant Michael Negr
ón. All submissions are confidential. To apply, please click here.Electronic submissions sent via this link are preferred. Candidates should include a resume and a cover letter, the latter expressing your passion for the mission and fit for the role at The Stowe Center.
Along with salary expectations, please include how you learned of the opportunity and attach any other relevant information (e.g., published articles, presentations, etc.). All applications will be acknowledged. Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. Applicants are encouraged to submit their candidacy within 30 days of the position posting date. The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We will seek, and welcome, a diverse pool of candidates.Location: Hartford, Conn. Posted: Dec / 20 / 2017
Farms Tour Cashier (Seasonal), Stanfield, AZ
Farms Tour Cashier (Seasonal), Stanfield, AZ Click Here to Apply Online Job Description Requisition ID 2018-5268 Location : Address 40034 West Clayton Road Category Farms Location : City Stanfield Location : State/Province AZ Location : Postal Code 85172 Summary & Responsibilities Serves as primary cashier in Welcome Center Barn including Tour Check, Merchandise Store and Ice Cream Parlor. Seasonal position – tours open October – May. Hours may vary (1-3 tours on scheduled work days). For more information regarding the Shamrock Farms Farm Tour experience, visit shamrockfarms.net.
Handles merchandise transactions and sales including managing check out and selling items
Record department sales as well as be knowledgeable about item pricing, inventory, etc.
Stocks shelves and marks prices on items accurately
Counts money in cash drawer at beginning and end of work shift
Handles Ice Cream Parlor duties including scooping ice cream, passing out novelties, preparing hot dogs and pretzels, etc.
Assist with handing out milks to school and public visitors.
Light cleaning as assigned. Qualifications
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Exceptional customer service and strong people skills
Strong verbal / written communication skills Physical Demands: The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds Corporate Summary At Shamrock Foods Company, people come first – our associates, our customers, and the families we serve across the nation. A privately-held, family-owned and -operated Forbes 500 company, Shamrock is an innovator in the food industry and has been since being founded in Arizona in 1922. Shamrock specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of quality food and food-related products through a family of companies, including Shamrock Foods foodservice distribution and Shamrock Farms dairy manufacturing.
Seeking an experienced, highly motivated Restaurant Manager that has proven themselves as a leader in their current company. Must have high energy, love interacting with our guests and team members, and possess a strong drive to maintain the highest standards of food and service. This individual must have a desire to help us lead our growing locally owned company.
Desired Skills and Experience
- A minimum of 2 years of extensive experience in a high-volume, upscale concept restaurant.
- Wine knowledge preferred.
- Demonstrates exceptional Guest service mentality and strong desire to connect with our guests and cultivate regulars.
Customer service focused and oriented.
- Strong communication skills with the ability to resolve conflicts.
- Outgoing personality with Infectious, positive attitude that inspires others.
We value our Leaders` time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by our competitive salary that matches your experience and history, medical and dental benefits package, paid vacation, comp days, 5 day work weeks and future growth opportunities within our growing company. We are a Company that values family and believes that you should be at your family events that are important to you. We demonstrate that in many ways, including the fact that our restaurants are not open on Thanksgiving or Christmas so that you can spend this time with your family.
We opened our third restaurant, Copper River Restaurant & Bar in Hillsboro in April of 2015. This restaurant also features scratch made recipes with a slant towards comfort food and 52 local craft beers on tap.
We have one and only one Service philosophy, "The answer is yes! What's the question?" This stems from the fact that David worked for Bob Farrell of Farrell's Ice Cream Parlor fame for 24 years. Bob's core value of "Give 'em the Pickle" is part of the foundation of our company!!
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