“Hannah is fearless in reaching out to brand-new customers to foster new relationships,” said Indianapolis GM Michael Malloy. That’s why the Core Value he associates with Hannah is “Be Courageous and Try It”. “Hannah focuses on keeping our plant safe by expediting our tons off the floor. Anytime you challenge her to do more or a new role, she is always willing to try it and make it her task.” It’s easy to see why Hannah has become such an asset to the Quincy Recycle Team!
When did you start with Quincy Recycle?
September 13th 2021
What was your job title when you started?
Account Logistics Coordinator
What is your current title?
Account Logistics Coordinator/ Sales Coordinator
If you had to pick one, which Core Value is your favorite and why?
“Commit, be tenacious, and compete to win” is my favorite core value because I believe in going the extra mile to achieve your personal goals and create a win for the whole team as well.
What was the most challenging thing to learn in your roles?
The most challenging thing to learn was how to navigator the computer program for our data keeping.
What was the most surprising or fun thing to learn?
The most surprising and fun thing to learn about Quincy Recycle was the amount of waste that is actually created on the industrial level and all the different processes of production for recyclables.
What’s your favorite part about working at Quincy Recycle?
My favorite part about working at Quincy Recycle is the ability to take ownership of your role and expand your knowledge freely.
What would you like prospective employees to know about Quincy Recycle?
Quincy Recycle is a wonderfully cultured work environment full of plenty of opportunity to grow and achieve success.
What are some of your hobbies outside of work?
Some of my hobbies include; going out to eat, going to festivals, spending time outdoors, or spending time with my family and friends.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever read or received?
The best piece of advice I have received was “Worry about the things you can control, not what you can’t”
If you had to pick a song to portray the culture of Quincy Recycle, what would it be and why?
Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves because at the end of the day there are no mistakes.