Welcome to Envelope Mart USA, one of the largest wholesale envelope printing and manufacturing companies in the United States. We are pleased to offer more than 2,000 styles, sizes and colors of envelopes in stock to allow for quick turnaround at a great price. If you would like a distributor kit click here, fill out the form and we will ship you a kit right away. Our customer service reps are the best in the industry and ready to assist if you have questions. Contact us Monday thru Friday, 8:00am to 5:30pm EST.
JOB FAIR | Tuesday, January 28th | 9:30AM – 3:30PM
ENVELOPE MART | 2595 Tracy Court, Bldg 2, Door 1 | Northwood, OH
Envelope Mart is looking for Operators to work at our Northwood OH manufacturing facility:
All shifts (6am-2pm), (2pm-10pm), (10pm-6am) | Full and part time positions
$12.25 / hour
Benefits eligible for full time positions after 30 days
You must be able to pass a drug and nicotine tests
Walk ins welcome on this day only
Email resumes to email@example.com
They say a good player is made by a good coach. The same is true of business: a good manager can build a better team. It can be daunting, but if you adopt a couple specific management techniques, the result will be better for you, your team and your company. When it comes to operational effectiveness, it is the daily habits that make the most long-lasting impacts. Here are a couple quick tips for managerial effectiveness:
Listen carefully—Pay attention every day to your employees’ lives. When you’re invested in their life, you become a trusted leader and you’re able to make better decisions. If you know that one of your employees is going through a divorce, perhaps ask another employee to help with their workload. This will minimize stress and your employee will recognize your thoughtfulness.
Be a mentor—Look for learning opportunities for employees. A mentorship can benefit you and your mentee. Make sure you verbalize that you’d like to have lunch with your employees or invite them to a business-related seminar. Is there an intern that joined the company? See if they’re interested in talking about their professional future.
Expect excellence—Keep the fine line between being a friend and a manager by expecting quality work. Set high but attainable standards that each employee can strive to achieve. Be authoritative in your expectations. But, always be available to help your employees learn how to achieve those expectations.