March 25, 2021

Employee Spotlight- Jason Santana

TSG Reporting prides itself on the dedication and talent of those that make up our team. Each individual that encompasses TSG Reporting adds value and represents the company with dignity and professionalism. They will always go above and beyond for their clients.

We are dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier, anticipating their needs, and solving problems with unrivaled responsiveness.

We invite you to follow us as we turn the spotlight onto the different individuals who make us who we are. You will get to learn their unique talents, interests and what continues to drive, inspire and motivate them to bring their best to TSG and those we serve.

What brought you to TSG?

After I decided to not pursue what I went to school for, I worked a few odd jobs along the way. An exterminator, a LICE removal technician (yes that’s a thing) just to name a few. As I was figuring out what my next move was, I landed a job at a print shop. While working there, I still spent that year applying for jobs because I was not really sure what I wanted to do. I landed an interview at TSG Reporting for a position in their Distribution department. Six interviews later and that’s what brought me here. What has kept me here after eight years though has been the opportunity to grow. TSG has offered me so many great opportunities and it has truly given me the ability to create the kind of work environment I want to stay in.

What is your favorite part about working at TSG Reporting?

My favorite part about working at TSG is the people. It feels like a family and although I would always prefer to be on a beach instead of going to work, the people and the laughs we share while all doing our best to do a good job makes the days enjoyable.

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What did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be a lot of things, but one thing that I always thought about as a kid was a firefighter. The idea of being able to help people while wearing the fireman gear always appealed to me.

What is your biggest achievement to date—personal or professional?

This is a tough question because if I go too big in my response it would seem like I’m bragging but if I go to small you will all wonder what I’ve been doing with my life. SO I would have to save my greatest achievement to date is my little family. The life I’ve built with my wife and two dogs, they allow me to have two things some people spend their entire life looking for, peace and joy.

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How do you balance your career and personal life?

Perspective. Keeping things in a proper place in life is important. It is understanding that sometimes you have to work and other times, you should wait until tomorrow to answer that email because we all need to enjoy that moment with our families.

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If you could chose a superpower, what would it be and why?

This is a question I’ve thought about many times. And it’s a tough one to answer because I think most people don’t take into account the logistics of having superpowers. For example, if my power was super speed, sure it sounds good, but would I still get tired as fast as I do now? And what about my bones, are they stronger? Twisting your ankle while running at super human speed doesn’t sound fun. And what about super strength, the amount of calories you would need to eat to sustain that much power, who has that kind of money and time to just be eating all day long. And what about the ability to fly, do I fly fast as well or do I fly as fast as I run? The entire thing seems like a hassle and I think I would skip the superpowers completely.