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Title: Clean Sweep

Clean Sweep
Employee Newsletter
March 2014 FromLaurisDesk
March 2014 I dont believe I have ever written
about a vacation I went on but I spent last week
in San Jose, Mexico.  The reason I want to write
about it is because I was so impressed with the
staff at the resort.  In fact I was so impressed
that I wanted to bring them all home with me or
start a janitorial company there.  Their work
ethic is absolutely amazing.  I talked about it
several times during the week.  Everyone from the
staff at the front desk to the store clerks to
the custodians were not only friendly but
extremely courteous on how they conducted
themselves.  I know the pay isnt very good.  I
know they work a ton of hours.  I know they have
to clean up a lot of messes that people make.  I
definitely know they have to work in the heat
because it was very hot there.  But somehow they
still manage to smile and do their job at a very
high level.  Their job is very similar to ours. 
It is all about customer service.  So why did
they stand out to me?  To them I was one of their
customers.  Do we stand out to our customers in a
positive way?  If we dont we need to.  Our
competition is always breathing down our backs
but I can promise you if we stand out to our
customers in a positive way we never need to
worry about the competition.  So no matter if you
work in the office at Jacks or in the field your
position affects how our customers feel about
us.  Lets make them feel good!
Hello. My name is Jonathan Schiesser. I am the
new Human Resources Recruiter at Jacks. I am
originally from a small town, Juneau, Wisconsin.
Currently, I live in Green Bay. I served in the
United States Army Reserve for 6 years as a Human
Resources Specialist and as a Combatives
instructor. While in the Reserves I also attended
the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, where I
majored in German and International business.
During my time at UWGB I also traveled abroad to
Beijing, China as an intern over a summer
teaching English. I am looking forward to meeting
everyone and getting to learn more about all of
you! I enjoy running. I play basketball and
volleyball and I enjoy camping and golfing in the
Hidden Employee Number Employee numbers are
randomly hidden in the employee newsletter. If
you find the number and its yours, you haveone
week to contact the corporate office to claim
your new t-shirt.
  • A few important reminders
  • Requests for time off go through Scheduling. All
    requests are given consideration per the
    companys time off policies as posted on the
    company website and/or the employee handbook.
  • Per the companys PTO and attendance policies,
    any employee with a record of excessive
    absenteeism (as defined in the employee handbook)
    will not be eligible for any pay increase,
    promotion or voluntary transfer until performance
    is brought to standard for a minimum of six
  • (6) months. See the EMPLOYEE INFORMATION section
    of for more information.

The dates of July 7th thru July 18th are no
longer available for 1st shift Commercial PTO or
Furlough days. 2nd shift Commercial is filling
fast for the week of July 14th thru July 20th
(Rock USA).
  • The employee section of the company website has
    been updated! Go to and
    click on the EMPLOYEE INFORMATION link in the
    upper right corner. This is where youll find
  • Answers to frequently asked questions
  • Downloadable documents such as the employee
    handbook, PTO policy, accident reports, direct
    deposit enrollment forms and more
  • Open positions and promotional opportunities
    within the company
  • There is no login or password required to access
    this section of the website. Check back often
    for updated information.

The company provides communication in English.
Employees who may not understand written English
communication should consult a third party for
translation. Failure to do so does not
invalidate any correspondence or policy or cause
the employee to become exempt from any policy or
rule.   La compania proporciona una comunicacion
en ingles. Los empleados que no pueden entender
comunicacion escrita en ingles debe consultar a
un tercer partido para la traduccion. No hacerlo
asi no invalida cualquier correspondencia o
politica o causar el empleado a ser exentos de
cualquier politica o regla. A call Q step by
step process can be put on the back of your
Jacks identification badge. Please contact the
business office if you would like a new badge
printed with this information directly on the
back. We will also update any photos at this
time or the photo we have saved can be
used. Please DONT FORGET to save your check
stubs. They come in handy for energy assistance,
mortgages, and other vital income verifications.
Corned Beef and Cabbage                          
Loberger 15 Bruce Sampson 13 Gessi Giongo
12 Jesse Douglas 8 Christopher Braun7 Jay
Kunstman 7 Kha Lor 7 Richard Goodacre Jr.
6 Alethea Rolf 6 Nikki Hine 5 Amanda Kaladic
5 Jason Moua 5 Jose Banos 4 Michael Landgraf
4 Michael Ritchie 4 Michael Stark 4 Jeffrey Stohl
4 Scott Bork 3 Nancy Czeskleba 3 Paige Gebert
3 Michael Van Heuklon 3 Lisa Pitzen 2 David
Wichman 2 Alisa Becher 1 Jaimie Bradley
1 Cassandra Brooks 1 Kris Brotherton 1 James
Deyoung 1 Joshua Heisig 1 David Koehler 1 Maria
Navis Quiroga 1 Susanne Parman 1 Darelynn Polfuss
1 Alex Recha 1 Sierra Robinson 1 Brent Smeaton
1 Joyce Tafolla Lopez 1
MARCH BIRTHDAYS Jose Banos Nicholas
Caldwell Ronald Clements Jesse Douglas Donna
Ehrfurth Joseph Elsinger Anthony Flatoff Jennifer
Gwinn Roger Klenke Maria Leon Bernal Daniel
Loberger Thomas Martzahl Wendy Mattison Cynthia
Morth Syphachanh Phanith Jamie Plainse Peggy
Rew Chad Richey Luis Santos Hernandez Breant
Smeaton Irene Soto Jan Tetzlaff Maria
Trejo Patrick Wallin Douglas Weidner
Beef, Mushroom and Green Bean Stir-Fry
Ingredients 6 ounces thin rice noodles 2
tablespoons canola oil 8 ounces shiitake
mushrooms, stems discarded, caps sliced, 3/4-inch
thick 8 ounces green beans, halved crosswise 1
1/2-inch piece fresh ginger, cut into
matchsticks 1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce 2
tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon cornstarch Black
pepper 1 pound sirloin steak, sliced 1/2-inch
Directions Place the noodles in a large bowl.
Cover with boiling water and let sit for 15
minutes drain and return to the bowl. Meanwhile,
heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large skillet over
medium-high heat. Add the mushrooms and cook,
tossing, for 2 minutes. Add the green beans and
cook, tossing, until the beans are just tender, 2
to 3 minutes. Add the ginger and toss to
combine. Transfer the vegetables to the bowl
with the noodles (reserve the skillet) and toss
to combine. In a small bowl, whisk together the
soy sauce, honey and 1 tablespoon water. In a
medium bowl, combine the cornstarch and 1/4
teaspoon pepper. Add the beef and toss to
coat. Add the remaining tablespoon of oil to the
skillet and heat over medium-high heat. Add the
beef and cook until browned, about 2 minutes. Add
the soy sauce mixture and cook just until
slightly thickened, about 1 minute. Serve with
the noodles and vegetables. Yield 4 servings
March is National Nutrition Month
Health Tip Include the right fats in your
diet. Eat healthy fats from nuts and seeds,
avocados, fatty fish (salmon, sardines), and
olive and canola oils. These are good sources of
vitamin E, heart-healthy omega-3,
and monounsaturated fat.
Kudos to Pete Marcelle for stepping up and
helping in the schools as an engineer sub. Sandy
Starr Kudos to Jacob Klapps for coming in on his
day off, Friday 2/8/14, to help when we were
short staffed. Ben Weyenberg Kudos to Carmen
Irenn, who works at East High School. Jim
Fassbender brought to my attention that Carmen
noticed some people in the school during the
evening hours when no one should have been there.
She reported this to Jim and he was able to look
into it. Kudos to Ray Becher, who works at
Foster Elementary, Jim Fassbender was very happy
with the way Ray handled an event in his school .
He had everything set up for them to start the
event, and he also took the event down before he
went home. Kudos to Terry Strickland. Thanks for
helping me cover open areas in the schools. You
were a big help and when I had to call you more
than once you did not hesitate to say yeseven
though you had already worked your eight hours!
Sandy Starr Thank you, Randy Martin, for going
the extra step 6871 and staying out to help
others during the busy nights. We can always
count on you when we need the help late at night
as well as early morning. Jason Huss PM
Supervisor Thank you, Wendy Tessen, for covering
the extra open hours at your building for the
past 2 weeks. Its really been a big help to me!
Jason Huss PM Supervisor Thanks, Danny Culver,
for jumping in at a moments notice to help me and
any anyone else who needs it. It truly is a big
help, especially in the winter months! Jason Huss
PM Supervisor Kudos to Maria Serna, for doing an
awesome job at Madison school! The engineer
commented on how great her area always looks!
Sandy Starr Thank you for keeping up with our
busy facility!  I know that every area takes a
beating and your team continues to do a wonderful
job making our building look bright and new again
each morning! Please pass along to Jim Dedecker
and Scott Reynolds, who worked during our
Father/Daughter Dance how much we value their
work in our facility!  We know that we dont make
it easy for them with the events that we hold
here and we certainly dont tell them thank you
enough. Their positive approach and hard work is
so appreciated! Sharon Johnson, Executive
Director, Heart of the Valley YMCA. A huge kudos
to Jean Schroeder at Schreiber Foods.  Thanks for
all your hard work..It doesn't go unnoticed.
Colleen and Stacy A staff member from Plexus
Appleton Two called Lauri to say, Miquel
Delarosa does a great job for us and we would
like to thank him for his hard work  Good job
Miquel Kudos to Rhonda Eggers who went out of
her way to find a missing gold, diamond earring.
Rosie Mathers, Washington YMCA. MARCH BOGGLE