CULLODEN, W.Va. – Service Wire Co. has received the Five-Diamond Employer Award from the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce. This award recognizes companies for their outstanding employee policies, continuing education opportunities, and community service participation.
“Our biggest asset is our people,” said Louis Weisberg, President. “As a second-generation employee myself, I am proud of the many father-daughter, father-son teams working for the company. We have employees who have been with us for 10, 20, even over 40 years. It’s our policies and investment in our people that have led to our success.”
Service Wire’s commitment to reinvesting in its people shines through the company’s scholarship, internship, and tuition reimbursement programs.
The company also provides opportunities for employees to take part in community service projects by donating time and resources to local and national charities, including Big Brother/Big Sister, Toys for Tots, Habitat for Humanity, StandWatch Academy, and Operation Gratitude.
“Service Wire believes in supporting the communities where we live and work,” said Kristin Lowe, Human Resource Generalist. “This has given our company a chance to make a difference and has provided numerous engagement opportunities for our employees.”
Employees are the most valuable asset at Service Wire, and the company makes strides to ensure a safe work environment, explained Keaton Cutler, a quality and safety coordinator.
“Safety is essential to everything we do at Service Wire, and our employees are our primary focus. We have a process-based safety culture where we believe that all incidents are preventable. Our goal is to proactively prevent injuries and send every employee home safe at the end of the day,” said Cutler.
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