Employee Questionare

18-Aug-2014

By: David Gravois

Favorite Super Hero?

Lauren Pitre: My mom

Alan Broxson: Iron Man

Tara Berger: Spiderman-It's my son's favorite so I'm kind of bias.

Jewel Vegas: Catwoman. Yes, some of you may argue the fact that she’s not a “Super Hero,” but I beg to differ. She’s sassy and classy and basically a cat…need I say more?

Stephen Gros: Captain Caveman, Unga-Bunga!

Carlton Bethley: Incredible Hulk

Perry Pellegrin: Batman

Favorite Food?

Lauren Pitre: Homemade chocolate chip cookies

Alan Broxson: Ceviche

Tara Berger: Potatoes of any sort-Fried, baked, smashed -- whatever!

Jewel Vegas: My favorite food is yogi, which some of you may know better as frozen yogurt. I’ve got my own platinum reward card for my favorite yogurt shop WITH my name on it. Yeah, it’s a pretty big deal. *wink*

Stephen Gros: Pizza (Hot or Cold)

Carlton Bethley: Wings

Perry Pellegrin: Fried pork chops & rice

Favorite Movie?

Lauren Pitre: Clueless

Alan Broxson: Patton

Tara Berger: My Sister's Keeper-I cry every time.

Jewel Vegas: Hmm…do I really have to choose one? Ok, fine…I’d have to say that my favorite movie would be My Girl. There’s no other movie that I can watch over and over again and still get caught up in (yes, I cry like a baby every time Thomas J dies).

Stephen Gros: Office Space (This should be a required training film for all staff members).

Carlton Bethley: Howard the Duck

Perry Pellegrin: The Big Lebowski

if you could add one fun thing to your workplace, what would it be?

Lauren Pitre: Taco Tuesdays

Alan Broxson: Skeet Shooting

Tara Berger: I wouldn't mind another visit from the snowball truck.

Jewel Vegas: I believe firmly in adding an entertainment room including a pool table, because yours truly is a shark!

Stephen Gros: Fresh Beignets Daily--You have not seen happy until you have seen a kitchen full of folks eating fried bread.

Carlton Bethley: Gym. I think its fun to work out when you seeing results- if not seeing results- may not be too fun.

Perry Pellegrin: Driving Range, but I'd settle for a putting green.

Dream Car?

Lauren Pitre: My dream car would have to be Jeep that gets the same mileage as my Honda.

Alan Broxson: Restored 1969 Challenger

Tara Berger: I'm not really big into fancy cars, but a nice size SUV to haul around my son and all his stuff would be nice.

Jewel Vegas: Ouu…a Ford GT40, because I wanna go fast, fast!!

Stephen Gros: 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500

Carlton Bethley: Camaro SS but I do love the 1970 Chevelle SS.

Perry Pellegrin: 2014 Rolls Royce Wraith

If you were a dog, what breed would you be?

Lauren Pitre: A Corgi, because who wouldn’t want to be that cute?

Alan Broxson: German Shepherd

Tara Berger: NONE-I absolutely HATE dogs!

Jewel Vegas: Dog? …but I’m a cat. Ok, I’ll play your silly game. I’d be a Doberman Pinscher…intelligent, energetic & lively…yup, bingo.

Stephen Gros: German Shepherd

Carlton Bethley: German Shepherd. They are smart, strong, and can stand toe to toe or paw to paw with the best of 'em.

Perry Pellegrin: An attack Shih Tzu

Why do you work for Danos?

Lauren Pitre: I have felt welcomed by Danos from the moment I stepped through the door for my first interview. My coworkers have become like a second family. I really can’t thank them enough for creating an atmosphere that I enjoy working in every day.

Alan Broxson: Challenges and Team Work

Tara Berger: My opportunity here at Danos has allowed me to stay close to family which is most important to me. I’ve always heard “around town” that Danos is such an amazing place to work. Luckily I have been given the chance to see this personally. In the short time I have been here, the company has lived up to their reputation and has not disappointed.

Jewel Vegas: I work for Danos because of the overall sense of family. I love the people that make up this company, and I’m intrigued by the support and encouragement to become better.

Stephen Gros: Why wouldn't you want to be part of a company that is committed to not only making a difference in its industry, but also in the communities of its employees?

Carlton Bethley: I work for Danos because i feel a sense of purpose here, of course the paycheck is important- but I've also grown as a person because the people that i interact with Im challenged to be and do better.

Perry Pellegrin: Because I haven't won the lottery yet.

Compiled by: Recruiter David Gravois.

If you'd like to participate in an upcoming 7&7 - email david.gravois@danos.com

David Gravois

David joined Danos in 2012 and has been a member of the talent acquisition and human resources teams. In his current role as internal communication coordinator, David serves as Danos’ point of contact for all communication targeting staff and field employees. Prior to joining Danos, he worked as a university admissions counselor for 5 years. David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations from Nicholls State University.


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