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LexJet: Best Midsized Company - No. 10

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“They offered me an opportunity to work from home and get a nanny and see my child during the day.” — Jaimie Mask (center)

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LexJet: Best Midsized Company - No. 10

What do you like best about your company?

Jaimie Mask
Senior sales representative for the East Coast
Sarasota - Technology

“I have worked here 9½ years. I started at LexJet when I first graduated college. I was young and had no family and wasn’t married. I have grown with the company. For me, LexJet knows what it takes to keep an employee around. It’s work and personal life balance. So, for example, when I had my first child, things changed for me because I have to take him to day care. They offered me an opportunity to work from home and get a nanny and see my child during the day. Three days a week I opted to work from home. They gave me a computer and everything to go along with it. Why I have stayed here as long as I have is really the uniqueness of having full access to anything I want to learn about the business and LexJet and the ability to be mentored by two owners of the company. They are totally devoted and always wanting to know how you are doing. (Co-founder) Art Lambert comes to my desk on a daily basis and asks how I am doing.”

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