The Chicago Tribune Recognizes Rust-Oleum As One Of The Top Workplaces
Vernon Hills, Ill., Nov. 15, 2013 – Rust-Oleum Corporation is pleased to announce that it has been named one of The Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces in the Chicago land area. The company placed twelfth on a list of more than 100 companies that were recognized. Associates completed a survey on the company’s programs which included topics such as: direction, execution, connection, workplace experience, manager relations and benefits.
Rust-Oleum is known worldwide for industry-leading paints and coatings. The company serves the community through its Rust-Oleum Cares program, which encourages associates to volunteer their time at charitable and non-profit organizations.
“Ensuring that all of our associates feel like they are part of one team, and that our success is a result of their efforts and contributions is a top priority for me. Rust-Oleum would not be where it is today without the hard work and dedication of our associates,” said Tom Reed, president and chief operating officer of Rust-Oleum. “This award is confirmation that our efforts to enhance the work experience of our associates are making a positive impact.”
Rust-Oleum values its associates and is an organization that is dedicated to increasing productivity while continuing to maintain an industry leading associate tenure of 9.8 years.