- Managers, please remind employees and new hires to check their ProVantage email accounts at least every other day.
- When calling the main number at ProVantage, (919) 600-6160, the menu options have changed. Please listen carefully, press 1 for Recruiting, and press 2 for Scheduling.
- Please use your ProVantage email account. We will communicate through your ProV account and not your personal email accounts. Job assignments are sent through ProV email.
- Please send in pictures to email@example.com, remember to include the location of the project and employee names.
- Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn
- As a reminder, every Team Member is responsible to provide their own basic tools as outlined in the employee handbook. Any purchases of specialty tools needed to complete the project scope of work MUST be approved by the Project Manager PRIOR to purchase. Purchases made without prior approval may result in non-reimbursable expenses.
Employee Spotlight of The Month
Happy Workiversary to these team members!
Week 10/25 - 10/31
Oct 29 - Teasha Johnson, 2 Yrs
Happy Birthday to:
Oct 25 - Vince Armendariz, Zaire Baker, Christopher Blankenship, Ariana Gatto, Ronnie Hicks, Purva Jain, Katrish Johnson, April Martin, Tyshawn Riley, Tredarieus Smith, Rob Underwood
Oct 26 - Je’Hario Carrington, QueShari Christian, Gabriel Colon, Wyvon Escajeda, Telor Habersham, Latasha Moore, Wilson Paul, Chez Reynolds, Timothy Snyder, Tyanna Swanigan
Oct 27 - Aniaya Blair, Jacob Bolden, Annia Johnson, Kevin Moorehead, Roy Patterson, Christopher Poole, Daniel Reyes, Bernie White, Andrea Wright
Oct 28 - Frederick Blumenfeld, Kesha Crittendon, Wykeshia Elebeck, Dashawn Francis, Andrew Ghobrial, Erika Moore, Alicia Moreno, Kenya Purnell, Ayala Wells
Oct 29 - David Allen, Dianna Barrett, Jean Celi, Dakendrick Hughes, Julian Jimenez, Naziyah Mayes, Mikeisha Napper, Tyler Owens, Jasmine Thomas, DeVaughn Ward, Brandon Youngblood
Oct 30 - Terrance Epps, Kendra Hines, Tracy Love, Dillon Mizic, Tonya Murphy, Malaysia Shakur, Lois Beasley, Tonya Murphy, Malaysia Shakur
Oct 31 - Lois Beasley, Christopher Broome, Casey Carpenter, Andre Dashiell, Kimberly Lee, Clint McManus, Deshambra Norman, Jason O'Dell, Latasha Perkins, Rico Pitts, Alisha Rowe, Kendrick Simmons, Richard Speight, Keshia Staggs, Nala Watson
We as a company are trying to maintain steady growth as our traveling teams are expanding. By keeping costs low, we have the opportunity to provide more work for longer duration which in return helps both our traveling teams and the company as a whole. We intend on maintaining our Spirit of Excellence as we grow and our continued focus on expenses will certainly help us do so.
Below are the new structure and needed information.
Per Diem Adjustment Request Policy
Please email all receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn What a Planogram (POG)
What is a Planogram?
A planogram (also known as a plan o gram) is used in retail to show the placement of products on a shelf. Placement is important in retail to maximize sales and minimize wasted space.
Planograms are sometimes used by manufacturers to suggest optimum display for their merchandise at stores.
Planograms can also serve as a reference when trying to analyze retail performance to identify one of the potential culprits in lower sales.
How to Make a Planogram
Making a planogram is a delicate balance of logical organization such as grouping items in the same category and taking advantage of consumer behavior and psychology to expose them to new or highly profitable products, and increasing sales by using cross-selling techniques and triggering impulse buy behaviors. For example, stores will first group all bread-like products in the same aisle and then will often place peanut butter, jelly, and other condiments in the same place to help remind shoppers to stock up on those items at the same time.
Products placed at eye-level may sell better than products placed on the bottom shelf. However, products on the bottom shelf may be eye-level for children. Their lower-level placement may even make it easier for children to grab products to add to their parents' carts. For example, you'll often find sugary kid-centric cereals on the bottom shelves while healthy, high-fiber ones will be placed higher.
The best way to understand planograms is to look at some examples of planograms.
Click on any of these planograms included in SmartDraw and edit them:
Do you have a coworker in mind that you want to thank or give a shout out to? Someone who has a Spirit of Excellence and goes above and beyond? Submit their name and describe what they did and you will give them a chance to shine just as they make our company shine! Each month we will draw one shout out for a prize and feature on Facebook.
Here are the rules for this year:
Submit THREE photos:
- In the first photo, you must be pictured in the process of carving your masterpiece.
- In the second photo, you must be pictured showing off the final product in the light!
- In the third photo, showcase your pumpkin lit up in the dark
NOTE: You must be present in the picture WITH the pumpkin in both pictures in the light!
Be creative! Any supplies, accessories, and materials that you can put to use are fair game.
Pumpkins will be judged on originality, design, detail, and creativity.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be announced on Tuesday, November 3rd.
Photos must be submitted to email@example.com by October 30th
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org