Freedom to work from anywhere

Posted by Amy Thibault on Jun 18, 2020 10:52:00 AM

Way, way back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, I had a very annoying flip phone that was really only able to make and receive calls and (upon the rare occasion) get and send a few random text messages from other techie types. The main reason I found this phone so annoying is I wanted it to be able to do so much more; and it seemed like it shouldn't be all that difficult to make it happen.

But, that's all there was on the market at the time.

I continuously wondered why on earth someone didn't make them to fetch my email, or have a decent camera in them. Then it finally became a reality and just like that we all became more mobile than we had ever dreamed of being! It was AWESOME being set free from waiting for an email, and unchained from my desk where I would often be found waiting for information to be sent.

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Safety is trust, training and people—even at home

Posted by Robert Webb on Sep 18, 2018 3:10:00 PM

Do you have one of those little voices in your head that tells you to take safety shortcuts on home projects? Like when you don’t turn off the breaker before replacing a plug, it says, “What could go wrong?”

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A customer first attitude or extensive experience - which trumps in Zedi hiring? Both please!

Posted by Heather Beck on Jan 23, 2018 2:42:00 PM

If you remember the 1980s sitcom “Cheers,” you’re familiar with Cliff Clavan, the bar’s know-it-all mailman. He knew, or thought he knew, everything. He was pretty smart.

But he had no real friends, lived at home with his mom and generally irritated everyone. In his case, his attitude was much worse than his aptitude.

We don’t hire any Cliff Clavans at Zedi.

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