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Timothy Guy

Technology Manager

About Me
Interview questions and answers:

I worked for a bakery after moving to Ohio and worked as hard as I could to be the best employee. After a few months, I was offered a chance to step into a management position that would oversee about 3 different location across Northern Ohio. My boss and the owners met with me to discuss the responsibilities and to formally offer the position and during that meeting they asked me if I’d be able to uphold a positive attitude and keep our team members motivated. I disclosed to them that I had some trouble with anxiety and ADHD, and that while I would try my best to remain positive 100% of the time, that isn’t possible for anyone. After hearing that, they told me I was no longer a good fit for the position, and that if I was sad or distracted while working for them, then maybe I’m no longer good fit within the company.

I think about that situation a lot now. I’ve never let my conditions prevent me from doing the best job possible, and employers that can’t see passed that aren’t worth working for.

I started at Spitz as an Intake Specialist. I had no higher education than a high school diploma and a couple of failed college classes; I’m mostly self taught and I have spent most of my life learning IT skills. When Brian and Elise Spitz recognized my aptitude for management and technology, they took the chance to give me a position that capitalized on that.

There is nothing more rewarding than knowing that your boss can recognize talent and allow you to grow and develop within a company. Brian and Elise are wonderful to work with, and they treat me as a professional, even without a college degree.

Spitz takes excellent care of its clients. We will always find a time to talk and answer questions, even after hours or over extreme distance. If we can’t help a client that is outside of our practice area, we find someone who can.

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