We have shared information bout our friends at Kronos several times in the past. They are a leader in workforce management solutions and work to help their clients manage things like time, attendance records, absence records, schedules, HR, hiring, labor analytics and series as well as payroll. To learn more about them, you can visit Kronos.com.
They have this AWESOME web series called “1 in one hundred million” that is devoted to sharing some personal stories of people responsible for some of the many important jobs in the world. These jobs are all too often unrecognized which is the reason they have decided to celebrate these jobs and the special people who are committed, reflect the character and passion in the workforce so many of us take for granted.
1 in one hundred million
The web series contains 18 episodes now, and every episode tells an interesting and inspirational story of people in the workforce. They’re great stories that help remind us to appreciate one another regardless of differences and not to take anyone for granted because we all play a role in this world. Kronos releases a new video that is focused on an individuation worker – nurse, firefighter, a union electrician, produce manager, alligator wrangler, zookeeper, sous chef, miner & environmental manager, and more – every six weeks or so.
I’ve seen every previous 1 in one hundred million episode, and I’m excited to provide you with a little information bout the newer episode. Which is about Dana Sue Kimbal, who’s a Miner & Environmental Manger, Coeur Rochester Mine (Nevada Mining Association). As you may or may not know, mining is a huge operation that’s modern and operates 24/7/265. Dana works at the most impressive site that mines mostly silver, but they also mine gold. Dana has a team, and they move one truck with 100 tons of ore daily which is equal to 26 ounces of silver and are responsible for producing 144 million ounces of silver since the operation was opened which means they produce about 4 million ounces of silver yearly.
During the pouring process, you’ll get to see the final product heated up to a whopping 2,000 degrees so the silver and gold will turn molten so they can pour into molds which are 98% silver and 1-2% gold. They are put up for sale and used for different things such as jewelry, coins, use by the solar industry and other products that need pure silver.
To learn more about the 1 in one hundred million web series had on over to 1InOneHundredMillion.com.
Here is a listing of all the 1 in one hundred million monthly episode featured worker:
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