But George S May hasn’t survived tests of time and rigor by luck. The company has survived due to the dedication and constant efforts of the people who represent the George S. May International Company. Without the dedication of the employees, George S. May International Company couldn’t have risen to prominence in the industry as it has.
The company’s former president Israel Kushnir has left his post to pursue his own ventures, but the company is in the best of hands as Mrs. Kerry Sam Jacobs, George S May’s granddaughter is overseeing the transition to ensure prosperity as the company moves forward.
One of Jacobs’ first decisions was to ensure a voice for the employees by creating a new post of 'Director for People'. Mrs. Jacobs appointed Mrs. Teri Cole to this position. Teri is a five year veteran of the Company and has extensive experience in the area of Human Resources.
Teri will focus her team on making sure that employees have a voice in expressing their opinions and concerns, and that George S. May’s leadership is listening intently.
"For People" is a revolutionary liaison between management and other members of the George S. May team. The goal is to build better communication so that employees understand just how vital they are to the continued success of George S. May’s present, and future.
A company thrives with motivated team members who know that their hard work isn’t being taken for granted. George S. May hopes to give employees more than kind words in showing their gratitude for a job well done.
It’s not every day employees are urged to take vacation time, but that’s exactly the kind of advice that’s coming from Mrs. Jacobs. The goal of For People is to foster a more productive atmosphere by showing employees that their efforts are not going unnoticed.
Mrs. Jacobs next move was to hire Chuck Black; a former field-tested veteran of the Management Service Department with more than 16 years of experience and a former member of the leadership team. Mr. Black will be using his more than 20 years of consulting experience in making sure that George S. May is operating efficiently and profitably as they move forward.
George S. May International Company must make sure that its own staff is contented and productive. To this end, Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. Black, Mrs. Cole, along with the rest of the George S. May Leadership team will make sure that employees are valued and that hard work is rewarded.
For more information about the George S. May International Company please visit the company's website http://www.georgesmay.com