Employee of the Month: Teka Coaxum


Employee of the Month: Teka Coaxum

Please join us in congratulating our new Employee of the Month, Teka Coaxum! 

In an effort to express our appreciation for our wonderful staff and highlight their commitment to great service, Steinberg Law Firm recently launched the Employee of the Month Program.

Teka is our front office receptionist in the Goose Creek office. She has been recognized by the staff for going above and beyond the call of duty to provide excellent service for clients and co-workers. Here are a few statements included in nominations from fellow employees: 

  • I nominate Teka Coaxum, who wears many hats here at the firm.  Despite the various things she has to do, she performs and handles the tasks and assignments given to her with professionalism and excellence.  She should be awarded EOM this time for the wonderful job she does.


  • I love the fact that Teka is a team player.  She is always filled with excitement and willing to help out in any way she can. 


  • I nominate Teka for EOM. She is one of the hardest working people around here—always willing to go the extra mile to help anyone out. I love that her personality is so upbeat and positive—perfect for being up front to greet clients and on phones. She always takes the initiative to do more than what is expected of her and is so eager and positive about it. If we had 20 more Teka’s in the firm, the world would be awesome! We love Teka! #TeamTeka


  • I nominate Teka –  She jumps in to help all the time and she is always willing,  creative and pleasant.  It’s really great having her around.  Thanks Teka!

Thank you, Teka! We appreciate everything you do! Awesome job on being an example we can all look up to. The award is certainly well-deserved.

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