Welcome to #WeAreGreenKey, where we shine a spotlight on our powerhouse team.
Last week, we met up with Angela Singh, Office Manager in Corporate Human Resources at Green Key. Angela first joined Green Key five years ago and has since been a key member of the HR team. She details how she came to her position and the care and support she’s receiving from Green Key over the years.
How did you first get your start in Human Resources?
I joined Green Key five years ago, originally as a receptionist. It was a traditional role working at the front desk, but I saw room for improvement in certain areas. Because I had a background as an Executive Assistant, I was very detail oriented. I took the initiative to change the way things were being organized and executed, which was recognized by the Partners. Eventually I moved my way up to Office Manager, where I am today.
What does the day of an Office Manager entail?
The day is never the same. I wear many hats, from facilities to logistics, from accounting to inventory management. But the most important part of my role is supporting my team. When something has to be done for the back office or companywide, I’m there to make sure it gets done efficiently and in a timely manner. There is never a dull day!
What is your favorite aspect of working at Green Key?
It’s the people I work with at Green Key. We’re not just a company where you simply come in and work your 9-5. The people here truly build a relationship with you and take your suggestions. Last year, I went through an illness, and everyone has been exceptionally caring about it. They want the best for me both personally and professionally. It’s not just about numbers at Green Key and that makes a huge difference to me. The values of connection and authenticity here are more than just words.
Anyone interested in the administrative teams at Green Key should know that we invest in you. This is a company that listens to you and helps you move up in your career.
Why should someone want to work at Green Key?
Green Key highlights your talent. When they find where you shine, they let you handle and run with it. They allow you autonomy and the wings to fly. By giving you that space to grow and not keeping you in a box, there is increased productivity and retention. Loyalty and work ethic stem from that quality.
What are your professional goals going forward?
I am hoping to go for my MBA one day. I love administration, but I also love numbers and analytics. So, I am hoping to transition to the accounting side and get that ball rolling.