Piedmont Tech Team honored for its Work Ethic Skills Program

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At its meeting on April 17, the PTC Area Commission recognized the PTC Innovation Team of the Year. Pictured from left: Area Commission Chair H. George Piersol II, Jennifer Lopes, Coronicca Oliver, Tony Amos and Laura Boone. Not pictured: Rebecca Soppe and David Rosenbaum. - Courtesy photo

NEWBERRY — Time is money on a manufacturing production line. Even the most technically skilled worker can present a problem if that worker is consistently late and the line has to shut down, even for just 15 minutes. Perhaps the worker doesn’t understand the full impact of a perceived “minor infraction” like being tardy on co-workers, the company’s competitiveness, and ultimately the company’s bottom line.

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At its meeting on April 17, the PTC Area Commission recognized the PTC Innovation Team of the Year. Pictured from left: Area Commission Chair H. George Piersol II, Jennifer Lopes, Coronicca Oliver, Tony Amos and Laura Boone. Not pictured: Rebecca Soppe and David Rosenbaum.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_PTC-Innov-Team-2018-sm.jpgAt its meeting on April 17, the PTC Area Commission recognized the PTC Innovation Team of the Year. Pictured from left: Area Commission Chair H. George Piersol II, Jennifer Lopes, Coronicca Oliver, Tony Amos and Laura Boone. Not pictured: Rebecca Soppe and David Rosenbaum. Courtesy photo

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