- Inventory Control Clerk
- Customer Service Representative
- QA Supervisor
- Customer Service Manager
- Warehouse Manager/Group Leader
- DPS Expert/Lead
- Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
- Learning & Development Consultant
During these 22yrs I was also blessed to work for a company that paid 100% of my college degree. It is with that opportunity that I was able to attain my Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Management. I've been fortunate to develop many skills focusing on Supply Chain, Lean Six Sigma, etc. So this is a situation that I'm not sure how to feel. I don't have hard feelings, the bottom line is it's all about making money. I'm glad to be able to have DuPont on my resume and I will continue to support them and recommend them to others. I have always been a very optimistic person, truly believing that when one door closes another one opens. Change is necessary to grow. I think it is the unknowns on my retirement plans where I'm uneasy. Like, will I have full medical when I retire? Will the new company still participate in 401K? Will they match and how much? I look forward to working with the new company, learning more about them and developing more relationships. Bottom line, I still want to contribute, grow, learn and be a Leader no matter what I do.
My husband and I both work for the same company so we are blessed to have a dual income, but at the same time it is very unsettling not knowing what the future holds at this time. So I guess we will have to wait and see, pray, and continue to have faith that all things will work out. It is at times like these that I refer back to my favorite scripture verse to help see me through:
Prov 3:5-6 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and in all they ways acknowledge Him and He will direct they paths." I truly do believe that!!
Thank you DuPont for a great career! Thank you to all my fellow employees for your ongoing support, the relationships I've built over the years and for being such a great network of friends!
More to come.....