Diversity & Inclusion

Poem by: Romano

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This is a poem I wrote for an essay contest consisting of so many word count, for the company I work for.

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Submitted: November 17, 2012

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I feel most included when I am ask for my opinion

to know that my view matters and maybe even mention

to feel accepted and included in daily operations

throughout the entire company from storage of parts in

the warehouse to the various affected work stations

I feel I am able to grow and help improve the company I work for

to gain knowledge and assist in shaping a brighter and better future

to feel respected by my peers and all my supervisors

and become a part of our companies Kaizan

I love being able to work in a diverse atmosphere

where everyone feels accepted and included in ideas

being able to make a difference for many is a dream

It feels good knowing my aspirations are fulfilled through

one of the best companies in the world…..GULFSTREAM


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