Bob Rotello, VP of public library sales for Baker & Taylor, wasted no time getting to work after his college graduation. The Monday following his graduation, he started at Baker & Taylor as an accountant. That was forty years ago, and while a lot has changed since, Bob notes one constant: the many great people he gets to work with. Here’s a Q+A with Bob to commemorate his 40th work anniversary!
What do you love about working for Baker & Taylor?
Over the years I have worked with a great bunch of people with a great sense of comradery.
How has the company changed over the years?
Organizationally the company has changed significantly for the better. When I first started the company was run almost like four separate companies, each facility/warehouse was run as a separate company in competition with each other. Now we have one team, all focused on the same goals. But one constant has been that B&T always seems to attract great people.