#EMPLOYEESPOTLIGHT

Every week, we like to make a point to share all of the hard work our employees out in the field are putting in to make Rogers the success it is. We realize that we all work together as a team, and without our technicians out in the field doing the work, we would not be the success that we are today. Rogers is excited to continue through October with continued success out in the field, and in our corporate offices. We’ve made it a goal this year to show as much appreciation as we possibly can to the technicians specifically who put in the work to make Rogers the success it is on a day to day basis. To continue to show our employees just how much they mean to us, we want to set aside time every week to place an emphasis on all of our technicians out in the field that make up such a significant part of our Rogers family.

This week, our #ThankfulThursday is one of our very hardworking employees, Victor Espinoza. We learned specifically from Victor’s colleagues and Service Managers about the incredible work he has been doing for Rogers and his willingness to do what it takes to get the job done.

One colleague said,

“Victor is one of our stronger, more knowledgeable technicians. He is a hard worker, and is always willing to help out wherever he is needed.”

Another says,

“Not only is Victor incredibly responsive and dedicated to his work at Rogers, but he is also the first to offer to travel to other states to help in districts other than his own. We are so grateful for Victor and all he does for this company!”

Not only is Victor constantly doing the best work he can for Rogers, but he is constantly proving what an incredible asset he is to this company and his team. Victor adds so much value to our team and we’re so appreciative of all of the hard work he puts in. We can’t wait to watch Victor continue to grow within the company. Below is a photo of Victor with his family, his wife, and his apprentice, Ricardo.

Look for next week’s spotlight when we Get Connected to the People Behind Rogers and honor another in the Rogers family.