Eagle Alloy's new internal certification program recognizes the skill and dedication of our top-performing employees. The Master Foundryman certification will be awarded every quarter based on objective measures of experience and productivity. The first Eagle Alloy Master Foundrymen, awarded following Q1 2021 performance reviews, have demonstrated consistently outstanding performance in all aspects of their jobs.
Pictured above, clockwise from top-left: Archice Bixby, Shawn Grawbarger, Bernard Brown, Venancio Coronado, Randy Cross, Jeffrey Tawney, Michael Tonkin
Master Foundryman status is based on a number of criteria, including productivity, quality record, safety record, attendance and positive attitude. Each employee's performance is reviewed by immediate supervisors, and is confirmed by Eagle Alloy's production manager and chief operations officer. Employees who earn the certification receive recognition throughout the company, as well as ongoing financial incentives.
In order to qualify for the certification, Eagle Alloy employees must have five or more years of seniority and possess a deep knowledge of the processes involved in the job. All recipients are classified as trainers, so they not only perform their jobs with outstanding success, but they are also able to impart their experience and skill to newer employees.
Written by Lisa Price
Lisa is Chief Human Resources Officer and Secretary at Eagle Alloy. She has been with the company since August of 2000.
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