Employee Spotlight: Carlos Moncada
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Employee Spotlight: Carlos Moncada


About Carlos & His Role in the Company

Former full-time employee Carlos Moncada is now a contractor for us on a part-time basis. He relocated to Tallahassee to complete his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. Carlos has struggled with Glaucoma since birth which has caused him a considerable loss of his vision. Meanwhile, Carlos’ scope and caliber of work make him an invaluable member of our professional team. During his time with us so far, Carlos has supported us with the following:

  • Worked as a Data Engineer and PowerApps Developer
  • Collected, arranged, and input information into the database system
  • Collaborated on ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) tasks, maintaining data integrity, and verifying pipeline stability
  • Employed data cleansing methods, significantly enhancing data quality.
  • Developed applications in Power Apps using Common Data Service, Excel, Power Automate, and SharePoint Online
  • Worked with HR and finance to understand business needs and translate them into actionable reports in Excel and Power BI, saving 8 hours of manual work each week
  • Automated ETL processes, making it easier to wrangle data and reducing the time by 50%, saving $5K per week

We are proud to direct the spotlight to such a skilled and driven Fickling employee. Thank you for your work, Carlos!

The Importance of an Inclusive Workplace

The Americans with Disabilities Act, a law created to safeguard the civil rights of people with physical and mental impairments, celebrated its 32nd-anniversary last month. Nevertheless, the most underrepresented and unemployed group in America continues to be those with disabilities. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 61 million adult Americans, or one in four, are believed to have a disability. These individuals have unemployment rates that are about twice as high as those of the general population. Employers have the power to alter these statistics and create more inclusive workplaces. What can you do to start moving in the right direction? Post-employment opportunities near disabled communities. In employment postings, emphasize the policies on accommodations. Encourage employees with disabilities to take on leadership roles. Make sure all of your content is accessible to those with disabilities. Give employees with disabilities long-term employment possibilities. Act now to expand access to underserved populations.

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