Be a Valuable Employee

Be a Valuable Employee

10 Things to Make You Priceless

1.Listen to instructions to reduce mistakes and accidents.

2.Take responsibility of your actions and know your job duties.

3.Take initiative by solving problems, improving things, and becoming more efficient.

4.Give credit to others that help you succeed, which will help create trust between you.

5.Be responsive is a sign of respect and enables you to show others that they matter.

6.Perform you duties cheerfully by being positive. No one wants to work with someone that only sees problems and things negatively instead of positive solutions.

7.Be dependable by being on time, including being on time with deadlines, and follow through with commitments.

8.Stay healthy or else people that have to cover for you when you call off sick a lot will start to resent you. Also remember though, that if you are ill 1.with something that will spread to others stay home to recover so that your whole department won’t be out of commission.

9.Be self disciplined by being focused and not letting outside distractions affect your work

10.Exceeding expectations by going above and beyond what is expected of you, even take on tasks that others refuse to do.

Safety Awareness

  • Hearing Conservation Program
    • Working in a loud environment can do serious damage to your hearing. Learn how to prevent damage to your hearing by reading this month’s safety awareness topic.



Nominate an Employee

Here at LGSTX

Do you want to nominate an employee for their outstanding performance, dedication, and contribution to LGSTX? This is the opportunity for LGSTX employees to shine in the spotlight and get the recognition they deserve for everything they do.

Training Tips

Work as a Team

Work-Life Balance

5 Tips to Avoid Mundane Routines
Feel stressed with your schedule and balancing everything out? Read these quick tips on managing your schedule and making time for yourself to breathe.

Policy Review

Zero Tolerance Workplace Violence

It is a privilege to work at a job site that has high standards of security, but that does not rule out the threat of employee violence. It is important for everyone to understand what is considered to be violent behavior and to report such behavior immediately before what seems like a simple argument becomes a serious altercation.