ORBIS Named a Top Workplace for 2019
ORBIS Named a Top Workplace for Sixth Consecutive Year
Today, ORBIS Corporation was named a Top Workplace by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for the sixth year in a row. ORBIS’ Oconomowoc headquarters was named #32 among mid-sized companies (150-499 employees) in the five-county area around Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“This recognition epitomizes the type of people that we have at ORBIS. We are every bit as passionate about how we work as we are about what we do. It is truly an honor to be part of an organization that cares so much about each other, our communities, and our customers” states Bill Ash, President, ORBIS Corporation.
ORBIS employs 265 people in southeastern Wisconsin, with nearly 2,700 employees worldwide. ORBIS operates more than 50 sales, service and manufacturing facilities throughout North America and Europe.
According to Dennis Rooney, Vice President of Human Resources, “I am honored today to recognize the accomplishments of our associates and their appreciation for our workplace – now for the sixth, consecutive year.
As a subsidiary of Neenah, Wis. based Menasha Corporation, ORBIS Corporation is committed to creating a work environment that offers opportunities for growth, development, inspiration and leadership. In addition, ORBIS employees have access to online career resources, internal training programs, tuition reimbursement, wellness programs, competitive benefits, lunch and learn programs, online leadership development tools and a best-in-class online talent management system. To date, more than 1,000 employees have graduated from the company’s LEAF and ROOTs program, its personalized leadership development and training program.
Companies are ranked based on employee surveys administered by Energage of Exton, Pa. The Top Workplaces program was created to recognize companies that have a great workplace. Nationwide, nearly 4,000 organizations participate each year. Energage is a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement. Visit Top Workplaces to learn more about the 2019 southeastern Wisconsin winners.