Career Development at Midwest Industries, Inc.

Midwest has a long history of developing leaders from within the company and is committed to sustaining a work culture that encourages employees to prepare themselves for current and future opportunities.

Employee involvement and education are key parts of employee development. Our work culture is designed to help employees learn about many different aspects of the business by engaging them in varies work and improvements activities. Each level of the organization is involved in improvement activities, thereby giving employees a well-balanced perspective of the challenges and opportunities that come with making meaningful safety, quality, productivity, product, process or cultural improvements.

Our work culture is designed to allow employees to expand their capabilities in communications, problem solving, conflict resolution and cooperation, to help foster positive working relationships. Job specific technical skills begins with the basics and broadens as employees learn new tasks. Employees can expand their skillsets even further by working with other teams to address workloads.

Midwest Industries will continue to expand upon development activities like our Mentorship Program, language skills training and on demand job training. Midwest recently entered a partnership with Buena Vista University to help employees and their family members lower tuition costs at the university.

We are committed to holding true to our objective for employees that “Midwest Works for You”.

Midwest Works for Students

Several OABCIG students participated in both the School To Career program and independent part-time work with Midwest Industries this year. Students learn valuable lessons in work ethic, following instructions, and how to be valuable team members. Thanks to all our full time employees who have helped train and guide these students on their first steps to employment! Pic