Engineered Automation, As Told by a Former Employee

I think everyone can relate to this:

Your parents or grandparents have lived nearby you for almost as many years as you can remember while you’ve gone about living your life, maybe raising a family, building a career, and going through the highs and lows that most of us encounter.  They’ve lived near enough so that you see each other on a regular basis and, although you may or may not need to, you know they can be there in a crisis or share in a celebration.

The time comes and they decide to move to say, Florida for their “golden years” and then things change. You can see they really need to stay in touch. They want to know what’s going on with you and your family. They call, they email, and it seems they are always planning their next trip home as if they were exiled instead of just retired.

Well folks, I can tell you now that when it comes to Engineered Automation, I am those grandparents! I stopped working at EAM over a year ago now and I am always looking forward to the next phone call, the next email or visit.  I’m always fascinated by news of who is traveling where. I want to know all the details about their current projects and how they are progressing.

As you can probably tell, I was grateful for the chance to blog here and hopefully to bring you news about the folks at EAM from a somewhat unique prospective. You’ll be getting the latest scoop but “psst, not the company line from just an employee”!

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