With cultural behavior phrases like "Get amped," "Be a ninja" and "Don't be a jackass," Redline sets itself apart from the competition. They're more than just values; they are "actionable things that we all strive to do to build a place that we want to work at," the company says on its website.
"What you experience when you walk inside our doors is a company led by servant leaders who focus on our customers, employees and vendors to ensure we are delivering world-class customer service each and every day," said the rotational molder and vacuum former based in Manitowoc, Wis.
At the company picnic in 2022, its director of operations received a pie in the face for charity. Raised funds went to the Lighthouse Recovery Community Center, a partner in its recovery-friendly journey.
"Identifying opportunities for continuous improvement requires maintaining open and honest relationships between management and the folks that actually get the job done," Redline said. "Empowering our employees through our culture and communication allows them to be successful, which is the most powerful retention tool of all."
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