Our employees are multidimensional and multitalented, both at work and at home. Here at .decimal, Jim Selikoff works in software development, but his passion outside of work started at five years old with his first violin lesson. His dream of making a career out of music began when he played saxophone in a soul band in high school.
When disaster strikes, we all need to come together, as a community, to help those in need. That’s why .decimal is proud to have collected and donated essentials for Puerto Rico Relief after Hurricane Maria.
At .decimal, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our patients, as well as in our community.
At .decimal, we are always thinking about the fact that our devices are used to treat someone’s mother, father, sister or brother. That fact strengthens our commitment to making the best devices available for radiation therapy patients.
This week .decimal’s Richard Sweat was invited to participate in the Seminole County Public Schools Leadership Conference and speak on the skill sets required (and admired) by the future employers of Seminole County students.