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    "JP and Mike did an EXCELLENT job. They were punctual, polite, thorough, neat, and accomodating. If we were unhappy with anything, they sought to make us happy. In addition to doing the work we requested, they found additional problems, told us what they were, and then corrected those problems after we asked them to. We would be very happy to have them come back to do additional work in the future, when necessary."

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  • Q & A with Liz Elting. CEO Of TransPerfect

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    At least one thing all CEOs have in common is a drive and determination to make their business successful...no matter what. Having a strong work ethic is a necessity in making sure your business stays a business through these tough times. Adam Bryant from the New York Times Business Day interviews Liz Elting, the CEO of TransPerfect, as she explains how her work ethic was instilled in her at an early age.

    Q. What were some important lessons for you early on?

    A. I worked from an extremely young age — everything from babysitting to newspaper deliveries to walking a child to school to working in a dry cleaner to telemarketing.  And now when we hire, that’s one of the key qualities I look for.  I look for people who have a very strong work ethic, and I think a big indicator of that is whether somebody has worked from a very young age, and ideally has never stopped.

    Read more at New York Times Business Day

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