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Josh

Josh has been at Wisconsin Oven for 12 years now, and yet he’s still one of the more junior members of his team. “Of the three guys I work with right now, one of them came from an oven plant,” he says. “One guy has 15 to 20 years’ experience, the other guy…

Josh has been at Wisconsin Oven for 12 years now, and yet he’s still one of the more junior members of his team. “Of the three guys I work with right now, one of them came from an oven plant,” he says. “One guy has 15 to 20 years’ experience, the other guy has 23 to 24 years’ experience. Everyone has their niche. Some guys can build part of the oven better than others. That’s when you switch off and you kind of pick what you know. You always have the opportunity to get better.”

Read the entire Inspire Walworth County Wayfinder Spotlight on Josh here.

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Dan

最后,我们打了Dan,这是WOC工厂技术支持的一部分。他坚决回答了我们的第一个问题:“团队的气氛很好!我们在这里拥有的是很多人聚在一起并互相工作的人,而不仅仅是产品…

最后,我们打了Dan,这是WOC工厂技术支持的一部分。他坚决回答了我们的第一个问题:“团队的气氛很好!What we have here is a lot of individuals that come together and work for each other, not just the product or the company (although that’s huge too and our focus). It’s honestly a joy to come to work every day because of the people. I’ve been working here for two years and if you have a question everyone is willing to pitch in for the solution. Chances are they’ve been there too. The fact that we are so intermingled speaks volumes about the company. It’s who you work for and with. A culture where people are accepting and helping, even when they have a bunch on their own plate. This mindset helps to better us as a company overall.” We were tickled by his response to what keeps employees happy in the work place. Dan spoke the truth, “A reward system is always nice. If you go above and beyond and perform at a high level, spending extra time on a project than you have to – staying late, or coming in early – helping coworkers in difficult situations, it’s all recognized and celebrated. Our team strives to succeed and go over the top to better the company as a whole. We see different rewards when our end of month goals are met. Whether it be a luncheon, a get together, prizes, bonuses, or being praised in front of peers, it all goes towards employee satisfaction. Hard work doesn’t slide by and it’s not pressured. We’re honored for the work that we do and that’s a big thing in the work place.” When touching on culture he said, “It makes you look forward to coming into work every day. You like being with the people you’re around. Some companies deal with employees that don’t want to go to work at all. I think that speaks to their culture. Here, it’s a joy and it’s not just me who feels that way.” (We can tell from your peers above, Dan!) “Helping each other, being a good person, and being surrounded by good people and good friends says a lot. It’s a great feeling to come into work for a company that has those morals and characteristics.” Before we even asked him about how he liked working under this kind of culture, it turned out that he had been answering this question all along. He continued, “I like it because of the compatibility of the team. A lot of the people at WOC are young, we haven’t had much involvement in the workforce outside of WOC, but we’ve all heard the horror stories. It’s the people that make it a welcoming environment to work in.” When asked about his involvement with the customers he remarked, “I’m pretty involved with them. I deal with the customer service side, ‘the good, the bad, and the ugly.’ I deal with customers who need something or want questions answered on a daily basis. It’s encouraging to be able to fall back on my WOC expertise. Backend, this means dealing with parts and transportation with trucks. Also, the service side of things like troubleshooting, making sure parts are accurate or getting customers any other information that they might want or need. The Championship Culture here works hand in hand with our customers. The way that we treat each other is how we treat them… And they notice! We work to help and go above and beyond getting customers what they need. Whether it’s building equipment to the highest standard or attending to the questions they have, our culture carries over to show the customer this isn’t something we just do internally. Externally, our goal is to make the customer want to come back, not for one piece of equipment, but for a lifetime.”

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杰森

杰森(Jason)在商店地板上工作,分享了他的类似经验。当被问及哪种文化对他意味着什么,他说:“您与之合作的人。这本身就是一个独立的社区。这一切都归结为日常的气氛:工作,…

杰森(Jason)在商店地板上工作,分享了他的类似经验。当被问及哪种文化对他意味着什么,他说:“您与之合作的人。这本身就是一个独立的社区。这一切都归结为日常的气氛:工作,培训,事情如何进展。在这些事情方面,公司很彻底。作为一名员工,我们在登上商店地板之前就变得知识渊博。培训可以是六个月到一年,才能建造第一个烤箱。”当被问及是什么让员工开心时,他回答说:“提供反馈。无论是正面还是负面,都可以让您知道自己的立场。这使我们能够改善需要改进的地方。 And accreditation for a job done well and done right. I think WOC does a good job of sharing this mindset.” And being a part of the Championship culture? “Being a part means coming and doing the best you can every day to make sure the team succeeds. I like it because we’re continuously challenged to do our best and better each day. Everyone looks out for each other and gives a push where it’s needed. We’re not criticized if we falter. It helps build team morale. As a result, the customers also see a better overall product. We take pride in our everyday work to provide as best a product as possible. This includes the employee to customer relationship. They appreciate the culture they see around the shop. For us, it’s nice to be rewarded for our strengths.”

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Jeff

WOC的销售工程师杰夫(Jeff)描述了文化对他的意义:“您所在的地方的气氛。这一切都是关于我们作为内部团队的态度和看法,对我们所工作的公司的态度和看法。WOC的文化…

WOC的销售工程师杰夫(Jeff)描述了文化对他的意义:“您所在的地方的气氛。这一切都是关于我们作为内部团队的态度和看法,对我们所工作的公司的态度和看法。The culture here at WOC is management support to employees. Whether it be work related items, out of office matters, or family concerns, we know we’re being taken into consideration and cared about. I never feel like it’s all work no play. Sometimes it’s quite the opposite. We still get our work done, but the WOC team proves it can be fun along the way. If you love what you’re doing you never have to work a day in your life.” When asked about what the most important thing a company can do to keep their employees happy he responded, “Acknowledgment of our good efforts. Also, whether the outcomes are good or bad, being truthful with employees is huge. We’re working for the organization and we want to know where it’s at. Being ‘in the know’ speaks a long way to keeping employees happy.” We were intrigued by Jeff’s response and wanted to know what being a part of the Championship Culture at WOC meant to him. He stated, “Relying on coworkers to do their jobs successfully and being there to support each other in areas we might not be as knowledgeable on. Everyone here is a good support network. It allows us to step outside of our everyday jobs, to grow and succeed as an individual. In return, our triumphs ultimately help the organization.” When asked about liking the culture he replied, “I really enjoy it. The atmosphere is competitive and goal oriented. There are numbers we need to hit, but everybody works together. As an employee we can rely on each other to pick up slack where something might have been missed.” Lastly, we felt it necessary to ask Jeff about his experience with our customers and how they react to our Championship Culture. He described, “Customers find our culture good and reliable. Of course there are challenges in every business, but our customers appreciate the efforts the company goes through as a whole. They see that we are open to getting information anyway we can. We’re not afraid to ask questions, speak to vendors, etc. This kind of process builds a quality product which goes a long way with our customers. They see all of our hard work and effort that goes into making sure we have the best equipment on the market. They also seem to be impressed with our field service. Employees are ready and willing to go to onsite locations as needed.” He threw in, “I think Wisconsin Oven is headed in a good direction. With the development of different programs like ‘Work of Champions,’ monthly recognitions and luncheons, these things help drive corporate culture. We are now under one umbrella and everything has been a smooth transition.”

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Jennifer

What is your vision of success? Is it having the opportunity to wake up every morning and look forward to going to work? That’s mine, and I am fortunate enough to live it through Wisconsin Oven Corporation.

当我从七月开始这家公司时…

What is your vision of success? Is it having the opportunity to wake up every morning and look forward to going to work? That’s mine, and I am fortunate enough to live it through Wisconsin Oven Corporation.

当我从2012年7月开始这家公司时,我不知道创新,智力和诚信的水平,我很高兴每天与之合作。我很快发现了我真实的幸运。我最喜欢威斯康星州烤箱公司的是它的专注于人民。亚博全站官网手机版我有很大的自由来设定自己的目标并朝着他们努力。想法总是受到欢迎,并鼓励创新。我从这里工作的聪明和敬业的人那里学到了很多东西。亚博全站官网手机版威斯康星州烤箱公司认可和自豪的员工,这在我们的每月会议,公司午餐会以及成为本月冠军的机会中很明显。当您在威斯康星州烤箱公司努力工作时,它并没有亚博全站官网手机版引起注意。

亚博全站官网手机版威斯康星州烤箱公司对雇主应该是什么启发了我。从巨大的好处,平易近人的管理层,关怀的同事,旅行机会以及向他们的员工和社区回馈的公司,您还能要求什么?我很自豪地说我在威斯康星州烤箱公司工作,并期待我将来将面临亚博全站官网手机版的新的创新挑战。

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Linda

The founder of Wisconsin Oven Corporation, Henry Kubicki, was fond of saying, “You are never more than a few feet away from something that was manufactured in a Wisconsin Oven.” I have been a Wisconsin Oven employee for over 15 years and many of my co-…

The founder of Wisconsin Oven Corporation, Henry Kubicki, was fond of saying, “You are never more than a few feet away from something that was manufactured in a Wisconsin Oven.” I have been a Wisconsin Oven employee for over 15 years and many of my co-workers have been here much longer. It is a non-unionized company that provides competitive wages and great benefits including health insurance, paid vacations, bonus programs, as well as several company sponsored events. As Project Coordinator I am the main contact for the customer after the sale. I work closely with all departments (sales, engineering, production, quality assurance, and accounting) in order to provide the greatest experience possible for our customers. Clients often tell me how impressed they are with the work ethic and support here at Wisconsin Oven. I believe this is why we have been in business for over 40 years. We are a close knit, hardworking family and we treat each other with great respect. I came to Wisconsin Oven in 1998 in search of a job - I stay because it is now my home.

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阿曼达

2013年4月1日,我在我工作过的最大的公司威斯康星烤箱中被雇用。从很小的家庭经营的公司到100多名员工多建造校园后,有点令人生畏和可怕。在第一天,我得到了一名导师,…

2013年4月1日,我在我工作过的最大的公司威斯康星烤箱中被雇用。从很小的家庭经营的公司到100多名员工多建造校园后,有点令人生畏和可怕。On day one I was given a mentor, she showed me around and introduced me to everyone from upper management to welders to the IT guy and everyone was so excited! In the months following I attended the Picnic at Brewers stadium, the monthly employee rallies, the Work of Champions luncheons, the Christmas party etc. and I am always impressed by the generosity Wisconsin Oven shows its employees. They truly care about the people who work here and also the people in the community! I am proud and blessed to work for a man like Dave Strand and to be recognized and rewarded like a Champion!

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