I tend to travel a lot for work. I usually spend my days driving from one location to another. My job is being a problem solver. Technically, my job title is resource director. Really, I just spend my time trying to make everyone else’s job easier. Last week, I was sent to our offices on the other side of the country. We have two main offices, one on the west coast and one on the east coast. The west coast office was in need of a new human resources director, and I was in charge of hiring interviews. The boss sent me over there for two weeks. Luckily, my hotel was close to the office. I had ten interviews scheduled for the first week, and fifteen scheduled for the second week. Before I left to go home, I had to choose a new director for the west coast branch. A few days after I arrived, I had another problem to address. The indoor air quality in the west coast branch was very poor. The HVAC equipment did not seem to be handling the indoor air quality. While I was in the office, I decided to contact the local HVAC provider. If I was annoyed by the air quality, I had no doubt the employees were also concerned. The HVAC provider examined our system and determined that we had a few problem areas in our ducting. After a few minor repairs, the indoor air quality was much better. I stayed an additional week, in order to be sure the new human resources director would work out.