Precision Entry Challenges Employees to Step-up in 2007

Precision Entry Inc. of Sugarcreek, Ohio, recently hosted an employee enrichment event called StepUp in '07 to challenge employees to step up to their responsibilities at home, work and in the community.

The company closed its three production facilities on February 16 and its approximately 400 employees gathered at the conference facilities of NewPointe Community Church in Dover.

Bill Mullet, president and chief executive officer (CEO), shared his vision for the future of the organization noting that lean manufacturing initiatives have recently been launched to help intensify the organization's competitiveness. He challenged each employee to do their part and to work as a team.

Mullet shared the story of the company's humble beginning, and how God dramatically blessed their efforts. Although the StepUp '07 event was not religious in nature, it was very evident that Bill Mullet has intertwined God into every aspect of his life--including how he operates Precision Entry.

Dr. Kindra BrowningPrecision launched two new employee programs at the StepUp event--a Wellness program and a Financial Peace at Work Program. Dr. Kindra Browning of New Philadelphia helped kickoff the Wellness program by addressing downward health trends in today's society, and motivating individuals to step up their commitment to a healthy lifestyle.

Financial Peace at Work is a 13-week series designed for the workplace. It will take employees through various aspects of personal finance, including setting up a budget, paying off debt, planning for education and retirement, investing and more. Classes are being offered to employees and their spouses at Precision's facilities.

Precision's management team is confident that these new programs will lead to an improved quality of life for each employee and their families.


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