The Future of Tar Heel Basement Systems

Thursday, July 26th, 2012


Building strong relationships within a company is not only good business ethics but a recipe for a successful team.

Tar Heel Basement Systems stands by the saying, “a company that plays together stays together”. That statement held true as numerous members of the Tar Heel Team and their families got together for a weekend camping adventure this past weekend.

The group traveled out to the Cass family farm in Wilkes County for a weekend of laughs and adventures. In true Tar Heel Basement Systems fashion, the kids of the Tar Heel Basement Systems staff aren’t afraid to get a little dirty! They will be inspecting crawlspaces before you know it. The photograph below contains the children of Tar Heel Basement Systems Production Manager, General Manager, Office Manager, Crew Foreman and Crew Member. (From left to right: Ethan, Trent, Troy, Hailey, and Kaylyn.) crew member kids

 

Research done by EmploymentMetrix.com shows that when you connect on a more personal level with a coworker your collaborative efforts will feel effortless when it is time to get to work. In addition, when you work with friends, you feel more of a tie to the organization as it provides you the opportunity to work with those people who you care about. Finally, establishing a relationship with coworkers that are more experienced in a particular area can provide you with the guidance and insight you’re looking for to increase your productivity and further your career.

To find out more about the Tar Heel Basement Systems family and offered services visit www.tarheelbasementsystems.com.