Our workplace is designed to give the most productive possible environment for our most important investment:
When it comes to your working life, every detail matters. From the quality
of the light and the angle of your chair, to the quality of the schools and the availability of great medical care for your children, we know that countless factors go into making the perfect working experience.
At Uhlig, the most valuable part of
our company is our employees, and
we continually invest in new ways to
help them optimize their time, explore
their ideas, and improve their skills.
That is why we have devoted so much
time, thought and technology to giving
our employees the most productive
environment possible, from the latest
workstation software and connectivity
to educational opportunities to
priority healthcare access.
Because we focus so much attention on finding and investing in our employees, perhaps the most important feature of When new employees come to Uhlig to pursue large ideas, they find just as much to savor in the small details.our workplace is the unique and enormously talented group of colleagues that are to be found in every department and every position. Just as great ideas tend to foster even better ideas, it is our experience that great people tend to bring out the best in each other.
We know that the choice of a workplace is a major life decision, and that the kind of person we want to work with will have questions – specific questions – before joining a new company. That is why we make the investment we do in our working environment, and why, when new employees come to Uhlig to pursue large ideas, they find just as much to savor in the small details.
Since Uhlig was founded, it has been
an important workplace principle that
every employee receives the best
hardware and software tools, and the
most inviting working environment we
can create – investments that help
explain our high rates of staff retention
and internal advancement.
“When people believe in
themselves, it’s amazing
what they can accomplish.”
— Sam Walton