Posted on February 12, 2010
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31 responses to “Pakistani Engineer to Become New Owner of NFL Team, The St. Louis Rams”

  1. Andrea says:

    Growth is not only nurtured for the company but for it’s employees as well. Shahid remembers his own climb to the top and encourages his employees to do the same regardless of rank, race or sex. I spent over a decade working for Flex-N-Gate and have much experience within the company. I started as an uneducated employee working on a production line. I wasn’t satisfied with my life situation and FNG paid for me to go to college. Literally 100% of my tuition was paid in full. My only stipulation? I had to have a major that could be applied to work within FNG and maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA. If I had made between 3.0-.3.5 they would have paid 80%. FNG also offers many other incentives for in-plant growth and other company funded educational opportunities. After a decade of service I became a mother and made the difficult decision to stay home with my new son. I left the company not as a production line employee, but as part of their Corporate Management team. This was an experience that I could not have received with any other company. I will also say this, Mr. Khan is a real person. He earned everything he owns. He has a real family and a real personality. When he visits the various plants he is not above speaking to or associating with any of his employees, regardless of their position or rank . I have only the highest regard for this man.