Justin Hardisty

Account Representative Fort Worth, TX
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What’s your work-life philosophy?

A poster that has hung in my workspace for the past decade states, “Work Hard and Be Nice to People.” Pursuing that simple mandate makes work and life easy and enjoyable.

What makes UDT unique?

The people! Every single person at UDT that I have engaged with, regardless of title or position, has been welcoming, helpful, and a pleasure to work with.  The feeling of community that has been fostered at UDT is contagious!  

Customer experience is important to UDT.  What is your best advice when interacting with customers?

Treat others the way you want to be treated, with respect to our inherent differences.  Truths become cliches for a reason; if I can approach everyone with empathy, I can work towards understanding how to serve them best.

What is the best professional advice you would give?

When all else fails, just reference that poster: “Work Hard and Be Nice to People.”

People would be surprised if they knew you…  

Attempt to play the guitar and write.  

What do you enjoy doing in your time off?

Spending time with my family (and dog) camping or getting outside however possible, taking on too many projects around the house…just enjoying life.

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