Last week our team ran the Hood to Coast Relay. Now that the runners have had a few days to recuperate, we decided to ask them what their thoughts on the race were.
How many 17-year-olds do you know who run their own business, have flown airplanes and have run in the Hood to Coast relay? We know […]
Imagine you’re in an office. You can’t see the ground, the table is full of papers, and you have no idea where the wall starts and the ground begins. Your boss asks you to find a paper that he handed you last week, how easy would it be for you to do it?
What if I told you that making a few paper airplanes could help you find a solution to your problem? That’s exactly how a few of us learned the basics of LEAN manufacturing during a training course last week.
We would like to recognize Shari DeMaris, Jordan Selby and Alex Miller for their amazing work and dedication, but most importantly, for making Cadet the place where they wish to further their careers.
Over the past two weeks our shipping team (with the help of a few other helpful individuals) has been working on a big layout change with the ultimate goal of getting more small packages out the door in a shorter amount of time.
When news recently broke that an employee on medical leave was about to run out of sick time, other employees jumped to his aid.
At Cadet, we want to take a moment to recognize Veterans Day. Today we celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans, while Memorial Day is a day to remember the men and women who died while in service.
Cadet’s engineering department is taking two Clark College students under its wing for the fall 2014 quarter — and they’re not making copies and going on coffee runs.
It’s always exciting to see what resurfaces during an office remodel.
There’s a lot to process and learn when starting a new job. Here at Cadet, part of that new job experience is getting to learn what everyone else does around the building. We call it Cadet U, a program that’s been offered to all new employees for the past two years.