Set new goals, achieve them, repeat. That’s the ownership mindset. As you’re improving and evolving —working to do better and get results — we’re behind you with tools and resources.
Our expansive in-house training offerings provide a wide variety of technical, computer, safety, and personal and professional development classes. For many classes, employee-owners earn professional development hours upon course completion. Thousands of classes are taught each year — online, in person and on demand.
Continuous growth is a priority here, and educational advancement is an important part of that. Full-time employees with at least six months of service are eligible to apply for tuition assistance. Choose a course of study that’s mutually beneficial to your career development and the company’s goals — and you’re on your way.
Ideas and insight come from anywhere and everywhere. There’s a different type of mentorship for different phases in your career or different purposes, so we nurture a series of structured and organic initiatives, tools and training to support one-to-one, reverse and network mentoring.
Achieving professional registration in your field lets you highlight your knowledge and understanding — and demonstrates your commitment to professional standards. Employee-owners are granted time off with pay to take professional registration examinations. The company pays 100% of the initial registration fee (including seal) for full-time employee-owners who become registered for the first time.
We encourage our team members to attain technical recognition through certification, paying the full initial certification fee and annual renewal fees for any full-time employee-owner with at least six months of service.
We strengthen our professions and industries with active membership in professional and technical societies. We cover membership fees for full-time employee-owners with at least six months of service to support your commitment.
“Early on, my mentors helped me gain a sound understanding of the technical aspects of my job. As I grew in my career, my challenges were not technical, but more administrative or soft-skills related. My mentor was always there for me to be my sounding board.”
Regional Operations Director