Three new reps have joined Savers Admin to support the growing list of payroll clients.
William Adeshina, 26, followed his wife, Sara, to Savers Admin. They both worked previously as supervisors in an Orlando call center serving the hearing impaired.
Adeshina grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from the University of Central Florida, where he majored in English and creative writing.
He and his wife share a love for cinema and music.
He wants clients to know “I’m trying to look out for their best interests. I want their payroll to be timely and as correct as possible. Communication is the key. The more that we interact, the more certain that everything will be taken care of easily and effectively.”
He enjoys the nuts and bolts of payroll processing and “helping everyone out as much as possible.”
Diana Anselmo, 36, is a Long Island, New York, native who’s lived in North Carolina for the last 12 years. She joined Savers Admin in May after working in a similar role in another firm for three years.
After finishing school, she worked in medical billing and medical practice administration in New York. Looking for opportunities, she found a position here with Novant Health.
At home, she said her two-year-old “demands all my free time.” A couple of step children, ages 10 and 8, are also often on the scene.
She wants clients to know “I always give it 110%. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll find it and get back to them quickly.
“I love payroll,” she continued, “because I can see the impact on people. If I do my job and do it well, the clients and their employees will be happy.”
Brittany Taylor, 35, has worked in payroll for 12 years, having joined Savers from another service bureau. She’s a Trinity, N.C., native, the mother of a 7-year-old son and a part-time student of business administration at Pfeiffer University.
Away from the office, she volunteers for GRIP IT (Get Really Into Prevention In Time), which provides recovery care for substance abuse disorder. She also enjoys “trips to the beach every chance I get.”
The most rewarding part of her job, she said, is solving customers’ problems. “I’m a fixer. I like to fix things. Every job I’ve had, I’ve ended up being the troubleshooter.
“I enjoy customer service because I like to help people.”
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