Many people don’t realize just how many people Jiffy Lube of Indiana employs throughout the state of Indiana. More importantly, they probably don’t know how important training and developing those employees to have long-term careers is to our organization. That long-term development is just one of the reasons why our annual Managers Awards Banquet is
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- February 17, 2017
- By AW
- In Employee Highlight
On Sunday, about 160 Jiffy Lube of Indiana managers and their guests gathered for our annual Manager Awards Banquet. Thanks to our partnership with the Pacers, the banquet was held at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse for the second year in a row and included an incredible spread that would impress just about anyone!
After getting injured at a previous job, Leticia spent two years recovering. Being unable to work for so long had Leticia pretty down emotionally, not to mention financially. When she started at Jiffy Lube of Indiana’s Valparaiso store, she threw everything into the job and got promoted to Manager within a relatively short period
When Lonnie Hinkle, COO, was asked to describe his typical day he said, “Doesn’t everything really seem to boil down to people?” This attention to people so accurately describes Lonnie’s management philosophy, as well as the focus of the Jiffy Lube of Indiana organization as a whole. With 21 years of experience at Jiffy
Don’t let Landon’s laid-back demeanor fool you. He’s a very busy man. When he’s not serving as General Manager of one of our stores in Greenwood, he has plenty to keep him occupied at home. In addition to loving animals, Landon and his wife are foster parents specializing in infants. So, when we say we
It takes a special person to have a job like Madeline Copenhaver. And to do it with a smile on her face, takes someone with an even more impressive attitude. Even though Jiffy Lube of Indiana has an incredibly low defect rate of about 0.1%, humans are humans and mistakes sometimes happen. As the Director