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August 9, 2020

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Coach USA Canada Hero

Coach USA has had a number of Coach USA HEROS during the COVID-19 pandemic that have many of our teammates really step up by wearing multiple hats to help ensure the company continues to run smoothly. Two special ladies from our Canadian operation exemplified these efforts by going above and beyond in their day to day work ethic. 

Margaret Mierzejewski, payroll administrator who has been with the company for more than 15 years, worked with our HR Director over last few months to move Coach Canada from a standard ADP payroll system to a fully integrated ADP Payroll/HR system that just went live. This was done while dealing with all the payroll related requirements associated with the COVID-19 impact.

Andrea Andrews, an accountant has worked diligently the last several months to ensure that our administrative and accounting requirements have been completed accurately and timely related to our deadlines. The COVID- 19 impact has required Andrea to wear several hats and learn many new duties to cover staff that are currently away. This was all done with a positive attitude and cheerful smile each day.

We salute these special ladies for their over achievements in supporting Coach USA during this challenging time as we all deal with the pandemic of COVID-19

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