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Jose Alex Cartagena, Fine Gardening Crew Leader of Watertown, CT and Kim Kawachi, Contract Administrator of Pound Ridge, NY for Embracing Teamwork through collaboration, motivation and empowerment.
If a crew leader beat up a worker and we corn-plained to the Legal Aid, the crew leader would get fined $500, but nothing would change," Benitez says.
They have been involved with the program for several years and Jordan Washington has achieved crew leader status and his younger sister Serah is a crew leader apprentice.
Robert Talon, Rancho Simi crew leader, said disturbances usually involve drinking in public, fighting on park grounds, and - in rare cases - sexual activity in public bathrooms.
Because they are experts on all of the aircraft's power plant and airframe systems, they are the enlisted crew leaders on the Orions.
The crew leader makes 90 cents for each bushel of spinach, for example, and then pays his field hands 50 cents per bushel.
MobileField Timesheet Process Enhancements - enables crew leaders to indicate and track time for individual crew members throughout the day, and manage crew make-up from the field.
This year the SCA will pilot a Crew Leader Apprentice program funded by a grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan's Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement program.