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Holly Mockus

With over 30 years of experience in the food industry at companies like ConAgra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee, Holly has recently joined the Alchemy Systems team where she currently helps the firm to create world class workforce development solutions for large, complex operations within the food industry. Holly has held positions in food safety, quality assurance, sanitation, and plant regulatory affairs. She has authored several chapters related to the importance of record keeping and documentation in the food industry. She was honored to become the 2013 recipient of the Safe Quality Food Institute's Outstanding Achievement Award, and is passionate about the importance of training in the food industry including the cultivation of successful safety cultures.
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Employee Appreciation Starts with Knowledge

Posted by Holly Mockus

May 29 2015
May 29 2015

In honor of employee appreciation month, I’d like to share what I’ve found to be the greatest gift of appreciation in almost any occupation – knowledge.

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Topics: Operations

7 Steps To Improve Food Industry Training Programs

Posted by Holly Mockus

Apr 23 2015
Apr 23 2015

Life in a food manufacturing plant can be hectic and unpredictable, to say the least. On the positive side – no two days are ever the same. On the not so positive side – YIKES – keeping track of all that needs to be done while working through ‘challenges and opportunities’ is more turbulent than hurricane force winds! 

To keep your head on straight, your training programs should be the first thing pulled out of the tool kit when dealing with a change or issue. So how do you create an agile and strategic program? 

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