Employee Spotlight: The Incredible Sheldon Borris
This month, for the Hardest Decision We Have To Make Every 30 Days, we spotlight our talented carpenter, Sheldon Borris.
Sheldon joined our team in early 2016, but he was no stranger to the SERVPRO system. He came to SERVPRO of Hernando County after nearly a decade working with another franchise in New Jersey, where he escaped cold winters in favor of the Florida sub-tropics.
Sheldon is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, and brings his island attitude with him. He is always smiling and laughing as he goes about his day, and his supervisors and teammates say he’s a joy to work with. “Anytime you ask him to do something, he says ‘No problem, got it!’,” said Jeremy George, executive director at SERVPRO of Hernando County. Clients often remark about Sheldon and their appreciation for his skilled work and awesome demeanor.
Although there are countless reasons to spotlight Sheldon, he was selected this month specifically for an outstanding containment structure he built to properly demarcate during a mold remediation. He built the containment with a painstaking attention to detail and extremely accurate carpentry skills, allowing our team to efficiently and properly complete the project easily and quickly.
Thank you, Sheldon, for being a leader in our production department and for all you contribute to our company culture.