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Cascade Engineering CEO: Why Engagement Matters to Company Culture

Posted on August 9, 2019

EHS Today

Christina Keller, CEO of Cascade Engineering, which manufactures large plastic injection moldings, certainly walks the talk.

The first thing you see on their website is “Business with a Different Mindset – through engineering, manufacturing and a meaningful culture, we’re devoted to making things better – people, planet and profit.”

Topics: barriers to employment, employee engagement, resource navigator, innovative workplace benefits, workforce support, community development, diversity & inclusion, labor pipeline, workforce development, good jobs, employee retention

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Topics: barriers to employment, employee engagement, resource navigator, innovative workplace benefits, workforce support, community development, diversity & inclusion, labor pipeline, workforce development, good jobs, employee retention

Employers Develop Common Job App

Posted on April 26, 2019

Grand Rapids Business Journal


A local employee support organization and four employers have teamed to help job seekers save one of their most precious commodities: time.

Four West Michigan employers — Butterball Farms and Wolverine Coil Spring in Grand Rapids, Cascade Engineering in Cascade Township and Zeeland Lumber & Supply based in Zeeland — have created a common employment application by which job seekers can apply for open positions at any of the four employers.

Topics: barriers to employment, employers, workforce equality, diversity & inclusion, labor pipeline, workforce development, economic opportunity

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Topics: barriers to employment, employers, workforce equality, diversity & inclusion, labor pipeline, workforce development, economic opportunity