As we move into 2018 it is time to reflect on 2017. Perhaps the biggest highlight for 2017 was the spring announcement and addition of several new operational and sales positions within the company. Designed to improve our operational efficiencies and increase market penetration, we are pleased to report we are starting to see positive results in both areas with successes yet to come.
We're always looking for ways to add value to our customer's orders. Our first step processing services are just another way our technical expertise and production cutting equipment deliver exactly what our clients need exactly when they need it. Enjoy this quick video and thanks for watching!
Making a commitment to focus on workplace positivity will prove beneficial to the entire company. When employees work together toward a shared goal of improving the company, they build camaraderie and maintain a good attitude at work. It's inevitable that feelings of stress will arise on the job. Focusing on the positives will improve employee morale and ensure that the team pulls together to overcome those challenges.
Here are three ways to keep your employee's spirits up when the going gets tough:
Can't remember the decimal of 57/64? You're not the only one. At Boyd Metals we are committed to providing you with the tools you need to work smarter, not harder. One resource that is certain to save you time and lessen arithmetic mistakes is our Decimal to Fraction Conversion Chart.
David Lyman is definitely a company man. He's will be celebrating 20 years with Boyd Metals in February and has worked in three of our five locations - Ft. Smith, Oklahoma City, and now at Boyd Metals in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Every day, he is focused on putting the customer's needs first. David knows he cannot exceed the expectations of customers by himself - it's a team effort. He relies on his staff and believes in supporting and empowering his team so they can deliver Boyd's best to the client every time.
Getting the right players aligned for the metal needs in your business can sometimes be a puzzle. Labor and vendors can't be eliminated for the sake of your bottom line. But if something has got to give, you need to find a way to maximize productivity and optimize time on projects.
Steve Harvey is the Vice President and General Manager of Boyd Metals in Fort Smith. He has a lot going on, but we convinced him to take a quick break and answer a few questions for us. Here's an inside scoop on how he starts the day, what he is looking at in the industry, and why he loves Boyd Metals. Enjoy!
Our team is our greatest asset at Boyd Metals. We've mentioned it in articles recently, and still believe that it should be a high priority to invest in your team. That doesn't just apply to the managers either. The culture of your company will begin to thrive when employees at every level choose to invest in the lives of their co-workers.
Maybe this is just a good reminder, or maybe you're being exposed to this idea for the first time. Either way, we've compiled a quick list of TedTalks that will give good direction. Enjoy!
At Boyd Metals, we are committed to providing our customers with better service and more value than any other player in the metal service center industry.
Many of you already know how helpful we can be on the phone. (Thanks for giving us a call!) But many don't realize that we can be pretty helpful online as well. Our website is home to a wide variety of resources that you can take advantage of today for free. From conversion charts to safety data sheets, the information you need is all in one convenient place on our site.
Anyone in their 20’s or older understands that as we age and mature our needs change. What we require to succeed and grow both professionally and personally is vastly different in our teens and 20’s than in our 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. The evolution of a company is no different.
Understanding this, Boyd Metals recently started the process of evaluating our own business model to better position ourselves for future growth and to further our goal of excellence in customer service. As part of this process, we announced several staffing additions and changes.