Skilled to Work: Window World training employees by building playhouses for St. Jude
Sometimes, you just need hands-on experience.
W-t-v-a's craig ford gives us a view at how one local business does that with some of its new employees.
((nats)) using a hammer doesn't necessarily require experience.
But what does?
"how to install windows and do siding."
At window world in tupelo, francis foley oversees that training for new employees.
((nats)) new installers are working on playhouses.
If you're going to make a mistake, you make it here before going out on the job where a mistake can be costly.
"if you miss a nail or just anything, you could mess up the vinyl.
You could mess up the window, hit the window."
And as for the playhouses, they're not just staying here to help employees sharpen their skills.
"we're going to donate them to st.
Jude so that a patient can have them and take it home with them."
Making a difference (((nats))) in more ways than one.
With videographer alvin ivy, craig ford, w-t-v-a nine news.
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