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Monday, September 24, 2012

A Positive Evaluation: Ebsco Helps Employees Reach Their Goals

How many performance evaluations have you been through in your life? How many of them do you feel were beneficial to you and the company aside from simply discussing a possible raise? What if you could turn the tables and evaluate your boss? At Ebsco Spring Company in Tulsa, OK, job evaluations are much more than simply deciding how hard someone worked and what kind of raise they should receive. Evaluations at the Tulsa spring manufacturer are a powerful means of employees expressing the goals they want to achieve in the coming year to their employers so they can work together to help those be reached in a way that benefits the employee as well as the company. In Ebsco Spring C.O.O. Todd P's latest blog post, he outlines the job evaluation process at Ebsco Spring Company as well as how it goes when the tables are turned and he goes under the magnifying glass himself. To read more, log on to the official Ebsco Spring blog as written by Todd P. For more information on the many quality from Ebsco Spring, log on to their official website. For custom springs made in America for many different industries, look no further than Ebsco Spring Company in Tulsa, OK.  

Monday, September 17, 2012

Put a Lot of Spring In Your Seat



















For generations, springs have been used in mattresses, chairs, and sofas to provide a firm-yet-comfortable sensation for those laying or sitting upon such pieces of furniture. While some are substituting springs in seats for new types of form-fitting foams, one designer has decided to go in the opposite direction and make a chair mainly entirely from springs. For the those crazy about springs or just looking for a conversation starter, the Home Improvement and Knowledge Q & A Blog has a piece dedicated to spring furniture. 

For quality springs custom-made right in Tulsa, OK, Ebsco Spring Company manufactures custom springs for everything from the aerospace industry to springs for the medical field as well as agricultural equipment and beyond. 

Monday, September 10, 2012

Giving Back to the Community

Of the four pillars of Ebsco Spring's mission statement, one of them is that Ebsco is dedicated to giving back to the community. A location is more than just a place to do business, but a home and the roots of an operation. Ebsco Spring is proud to have called Tulsa home since 1940 and has contributed more to the community than jobs for its residents, but has contributed many volunteer hours for many different charitable organizations. From lending a hand to help gather and package good for food pantries to blood donation, Ebsco Spring company are happy to help victims of natural disaster and help to feed the hungry when times are tough. Ebsco Spring company out of Tulsa, OK is proud to be the spring company with a heart. Not only contributing components to aerospace, medical fields,and beyond, but also giving back to the community, Ebsco Spring Company is proud of its community in Tulsa and is happy to give back. 

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Spring-Powered Car: Did It Exist?

In a time when auto-innovators are looking for the next answer to alternative energy for the road, one blast-from-the-past comes to us in the way of spring technology. According to one newspaper article from 1933, supposedly the Japanese had developed a spring-powered car that could drive 40 miles on a single "wind up"; whatever that entailed. Little else is known about the car since it doesn't appear they were put into production, but pondering on whether or not the car actually existed and could they ever exist is half of the fun of this legend. For more information on this possible myth-mobile, check out Modern Mechanix's piece for the full scoop on this tightly-wound wagon. 

For more information on the use of springs and custom spring manufacturing, visit the offical site of Tulsa, OK's own Ebsco Spring Company. For the finest springs made in the U.S.A., look no further than the spring experts at Ebsco Spring. 

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