JAYSON CHABOT - Our Candidate

 

Jayson Chabot (born in 1982) represents the 5th generation in his family who are proud to call Coquitlam HOME.He is currently the data analyst in the Operations department at Gordon Food Service (BC Division).
His career began as a Nightshift order selector in 1999, where his analytical acumen enabled him to work alongside all departments within GFS.
2019 marks his 20th year of service within the hospitality industry where he continues to foster an uncanny ability of bringing people together to solve problems.

Jayson is committed to representing the best that Port Moody/Coquitlam has to offer.

Detailed BIO - below

 

 

 

 

Detailed BIO:

Jayson Chabot (born in 1982) represents the 5th generation in his family who are proud to call Coquitlam HOME.
He is currently the data analyst in the Operations department at Gordon Food Service (BC Division).
His career began as a Nightshift order selector in 1999, where his analytical acumen enabled him to work alongside all departments within GFS.
2019 marks his 20th year of service within the hospitality industry where he continues to foster an uncanny ability of bringing people together to solve problems.
 
Jayson is committed to representing the best that Port Moody/Coquitlam has to offer.
 
A pioneer for the Millennial generation, Jayson graduated from high school in 2000, however, his post-secondary ambitions began back in 1998 when he enrolled in Cisco's Network Associates program in Grade 11.  The "Dot-Com" industry appeared to have no barriers, and Over-Night success stories like Nortel Networks and Cisco Systems enabled high schools to cultivate their next generation of talent.  Jayson's determination would be rewarded in 2001 when he earned his CCNA certification.  At that time, Post-Secondary students would spend 2 to 4 years on tuition for the purpose of writing the same exam.
 
His computer abilities were recognized immediately by his Employer, where he quickly began to move within the company.  From the warehouse to the IT department then onto Sales - Jayson would create 'in-house' solutions making it easier for Gordon Food Service to meet the needs of their customers.  By 2008, every department (within GFS) was benefitting from dynamic reporting.  When the economic slowdown occurred in 2009, Jayson would make his greatest impact by taking on his current role of Data Analyst for the Operations Department.  The initial objective of implementing the compensation system soon became the basis of the performance management policy.  Long-range efficiency targets were achieved in one year, and all levels Leadership were encouraged to suggest "Opportunities for Improvement" (OFIs) - all this during a time when many companies were claiming bankruptcy.
 
With his run as the People's Party of Canada candidate, Jayson is looking forward to bringing this same work ethic to the Port Moody/Coquitlam riding.  When many Candidates are getting caught up in trying to "Boil the ocean" - Jayson is a firm believer in managing what is under his control.  He'll joke frequently with those who are concerned about Justin Trudeau being re-elected, explaining to them that the only way to prevent that from occurring would be to 'shame' those who would vote for him in the Papineau riding.  The objective (for the voter) is to determine the best Candidate for their riding.  With his determination to deal with the consequences of cheap labor by enforcing laws that are already "On the books" - Jayson believes the relationship between Employer and Employee will be strengthened and bring immediate results to the Port Moody/Coquitlam riding.
It's only a matter of time before Canada implements the solutions offered by the warehouse worker from British Columbia.

 

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