Sponsored by Alpine, an ITW Company
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Ever since 1966, Alpine has been helping their customers enhance business and productivity as a leading provider of building component software, metal connector products and equipment, as well as a leader in software solutions that increase homebuilder productivity and profitability. Today, Alpine is recognized for their engineering excellence, productivity-enhancing software, equipment solutions and great service.
But, what is it like to work at Alpine? Read on to learn about their positive and inclusive culture that supports women, as well as a few of their top benefits.
Alpine’s collaborative and inclusive culture.
Alpine is proud to promote a collaborative, inclusive and creative work culture that provides opportunities for job seekers throughout North America.
This commitment to equal employment opportunities and fair treatment for all employees begins with the hiring process and continues throughout all aspects of employment. To achieve this, Alpine takes concrete steps, including:
Unconscious bias training
Alpine values the unique perspectives, experiences and ideas of their employees and works hard to foster a workplace where everyone can develop their careers and perform to their full potential.
As part of fostering this culture of inclusion, Alpine relies on their core values of Respect and Integrity to help grow a culture of belonging at their company. The result? A work environment where employees feel heard, valued and engaged — and where everyone feels comfortable being themselves!
At Alpine, employees are encouraged to join employee-lead Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) that aim to bring together diverse groups of people and their allies to share experiences and innovative ideas. Employee participation in these groups helps accelerate Alpine’s path to their full potential, while also acting on their commitment to diversity and inclusion.
A few of the ERGs Alpine employees can join are:
The ITW Women's Network (IWN)
African American Network (AAN)
Asian American Network
Latino Hispanic Network
Young Professionals (YPN)
How Alpine supports parents.
Alpine works hard to support parents and provide them with competitive benefits. In addition to the unpaid leave U.S. employees are entitled to under the Family Medical Leave Act, they also provide paid leave for mothers following the birth of their children and up to four weeks of paid leave for parents following the birth or adoption of their child.
And, for when mothers are ready to return to the office, Alpine also provides lactation facilities.
Interested in joining the Alpine team? Click the link below to see their current available jobs.
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