As the holiday season sneaks up on us, Millwood has a variety of events to celebrate; we host cubicle trick or treating, cookie decorating, Christmas shopping for local charities and even an afternoon with Santa. Before we start on the Christmas music though, there is one very special tradition Millwood celebrates- our thankfulness project.
It’s been more than 3,200 days since the team at the Millwood, Inc. Glenwillow, OH location has reported an accident. That’s nine years, if you were trying to figure out the math.
Mahoning Valley, the home of Millwood's corporate location, has its fair share of struggles. The opioid epidemic has not been kind to the Youngstown/Warren regional area, and the loss of industry has hurt many families.
Since 2000 Millwood, Inc. has sponsored team members' young family members to attend accredited youth camps. This provides opportunities for children of all ages to experience the great outdoors with new adventures through a traditional summer camp experience.
How did you celebrate the Fourth of July this year? Did your town have a parade? Were there fireworks? My family has a tradition every year where we meet up for a picnic by the river before the fireworks in our town start.
- Dress Appropriately – Now is not the time to show off your new Nikes. In most cases you're safe with business casual attire, but use your best judgement based on the position. For example, if a woman is interviewing for a plant manager position and expects to take a tour around the plant, she should avoid open toed shoes.
- Be A Few Minutes Early – Have you ever heard the saying “5 minutes early...
Millwood, Inc.’s newest operation opened June 18 in Cleveland, TN, about three hours south of its pallet repair plant in Smyrna, TN.
As summer weather finally starts to heat up the east coast, manual laborers across the country prepare for the changing work conditions. While not everyone aspires to work in an office environment, air conditioning and indoor temperature control is a luxury that many Millwood team members don't have.
With high school graduation around the corner, many students may be wondering the overwhelming but inevitable question: What's next?