Meet Christine Martini, Nazareth Pallet Company’s new HR Manager

Christine comes to us with over 10 years of human resources experience and hopes to make many positive contributions at Nazareth Pallet by supporting each employee and also each area of the company.

In her spare time Christine enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking and gardening. She also enjoys volunteering her time to help environmental causes. Get to know Christine in this quick Q & A!

What did you do prior to joining Nazareth Pallet?

Prior to working at Nazareth Pallet, I worked for other companies in a Human Resources role. I handled everything from payroll to employee relations, and everything in between.

How does your experience help Nazareth Pallet?

My HR knowledge and previous experience helps to keep things consistent in terms of employee relations at the company and also helps with guiding employees to succeed at Nazareth Pallet long-term.

What gets you fired up about coming to work?

The people I work with! I really enjoy the various personalities at Nazareth Pallet, they definitely keep things exciting every day.

What’s your biggest success to date at Nazareth Pallet?

Making positive changes in payroll practices to ensure employees are paid accurately, every time.

What advice would you give to someone interested in starting a career in the pallet industry?

There is a lot to learn in this industry, so anyone interested in a career with a pallet recycling company should come with an open mind and a willingness to learn.

What is the best advice you have ever been given?

Don’t worry about the small stuff because overall, it’s not going to matter in the future.

Describe yourself in three words.

Friendly, conscientious, stubborn (in a good way, of course!)

What is the one thing you cannot do without?

Music! It helps to fuel my moods and relaxes me when I’m stressed out.

What’s your favorite song on your playlist? Why?

Drive by Incubus. This song focuses on living your own life for yourself and not following in everyone else’s path.

What’s your favorite vacation spot?

A warm beach with plenty of sunshine and colorful sunsets.

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Pizza, of course! Isn’t that everyone’s favorite?