What sets 1-800-Haul-Out apart? The people. With a team based, flat lattice organizanton that fosters personal initiative Haul Out gets the job done without managers.
At Haul Out individuals are encouraged to learn. To try new things and educate fellow members. "It was hard accepting that perhaps ... I didn't know everything" said Chris Juran, the longest tenured Associate at the firm. "But once I accepted it I was able to grow as a leader and bring more value to the entire team. Every day I try to experience, learn and grow as much as possible-not just for myself, but for the men and women I work with too."
This type of forward thinking and team based attitude is how 1-800-Haul-Out has managed to piece together an improbable string of successes. Stephen Sobel, who was sponsored by Juran just months earlier has made every attempt to prove the company mantra true: a hero can be anyone. In just two months he's grown from consultant to every day staple at, "The Haul of Justice." Stephen is resonsible for multiple marketing advancements as well as creating the, "Haul Out Hero" ranking system- in which each associate is given data that helps support their every day actions. He's also taken steps to increase associate quality of life such as adding the opportunity for Aflac insurance paid 25% by the organization. "It's not about me or Juran-it's about all of us together and how we can improve as an organization together. "Through our actions we've been able to help not only our associates, but the community as well." Sobel said with a smile.
1-800-Haul-Out also closed it's largest single day job of the year with the help of Josh "Hot Rod" Schulteis and 'Phonso "Scar Face" Jones (nicknamed for scars he acquired hauling out debris) In one day 1-800-Haul-Out completed more work in June than it did all of June 2013-thanks to the help of these super salesmen.
"Al is a really tough guy .. and Josh is a great a salesmen.. I've really benefited from watching and learning from these two." said Jaimin Jackson 1-800-Haul-Out's smiley faced associate of the month for May. "I really believe we can accomplish together."
“Every experience, every hardship ... every flat tire, every hiccup in the road has been a straight line towards this victory. I believe in this team.” said Calvin Carter who at 30 years old is the oldest member of the team. "I kinda like being the big brother on the crew ... I get to have fun and pick on the guys a little bit here and there, but at the end of the day I can weigh in with time and experience on my side to really help the group grow."
If you need a haul out-call the company that believes in heroes. Call 1-800-Haul-Out.