Dogs in the Workplace Company Profile: On-Site LaserMedic
On-Site LaserMedic is a dog-friendly laser printer restore firm in Chatsworth, California. Roxanna Sanchez, the group’s chief working officer, has been bringing her canine to work for 15 years and is liable for overseeing office-dog privileges for On-Site’s 23-person workers. Currently, 4 workers, together with Sanchez, carry their canine to work.
“The dogs brings happiness and a sense of calmness to the office,” Sanchez says. “Our customer service center can get bombarded with challenges throughout the day, and the dogs are good for the soul.”
Sanchez helps arrange workers for fulfillment with their canine within the workplace by reminding them to create an atmosphere the place the canine will likely be snug. This makes it much less possible the worker will likely be distracted by a canine who’s uncomfortable and acts out in an effort to get his wants met. Should an worker’s pet current a problem, she’ll request that the canine take a break from the workplace; she’ll additionally refer the crew to space trainers and is keen to reevaluate the canine at a later time. For some canine, a little bit additional coaching makes all of the distinction. For others, together with one in every of Sanchez’ personal prior canine, coming to the workplace simply isn’t the precise selection for the canine.
“I had a Rottweiler who came to the office with me all the time as a young puppy. She loved it,” says Sanchez. “But as she matured, she became suspicious of certain people and certain things, and I realized she wasn’t comfortable at work. I stopped bringing her.”
Throughout her 19-year historical past with On-Site, Sanchez has efficiently launched 9 of her personal pet canine to the office, one or two at a time. She presently rotates between Myka, a 12-year-old Havanese; Bree, a 4-year-old, mid-sized combined breed; and Ruuk, a 2-year-old, 10-pound combined breed.
“We’re very fortunate to have a professional family atmosphere where our dogs are welcomed and appreciated,” she stated. “So long as you set and hold employees to clear expectations, we’ve found dogs in the workplace to be a great asset to the organization.”