OmniMark Management System drives customer satisfaction and employee fulfillment
The Lauterbach Group, located in Sussex, WI was recently recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Americas 2015 by the Printing Industries of America for their relentless commitment to providing a superior work environment for employees. The program is designed to recognize companies, within an $82 billion per year industry, for their outstanding human resources efforts.
“Best Workplace in the Americas winners routinely recognize that success is generated in many ways, and importantly, through their employees,” Michael Makin, president and CEO of Printing Industries of America said. “Congratulations to the Lauterbach Group.”
Before awarding the prestigious title of Best Workplace, the Printing Industries of America takes a holistic snapshot of all applicants, expecting a vast repertoire of workplace benefits far beyond the typical “casual Fridays.” All winning companies actively show that they care about their employees’ work environment and personal goals and ambitions – ultimately leading to a healthy lifestyle.
“Health and wellness are crucial in reaching one’s full potential,” Shane Lauterbach, CEO of Lauterbach Group said. “From monthly desk-side massage therapy sessions to Fitness tracker reimbursement, we take pride in offering a workplace fit for a Fortune 500 company within a privately-held, family-owned business.”
“Over the last year we’ve been improving our operations through development of the OmniMark Management System. It’s not a new product or a new service,” Lauterbach said. “OmniMark is a philosophy built by our team to guide every decision we make on behalf of our customers and each other – ensuring accuracy and quality of a customer’s brand, mark or symbol, everywhere it is printed. From the supply chain to the product on the shelf, OmniMark protects our customer’s brand at every vulnerable touchpoint. Continually delivering such great value to our customers is incredibly rewarding for everyone here at the Lauterbach Group.”
The Lauterbach Group understands that in order to provide a superior workplace they must strike the perfect balance between work and personal life. Employees are presented with opportunities for restorative rest and relaxation, time for family, health needs and other personal passion pursuits. Offering paid time off up to 23 days and even a personal floating holiday used at the employee’s discretion allow Group employees to do just that.
“Just because we work together doesn’t mean we can’t have fun together too,” said Lauterbach Group Human Resources Assistant, Cori Lawrence. “Some of this years activities have included a tailgate party, surf and turf celebration and company-wide tailgate outing at Miller Park.”
Committed to providing a superior workplace for generations to come, the Lauterbach Group invests significant resources into education. The Group offers paid internships through local colleges and an inspiring partnership with a local high school’s transition program to give students with disabilities a chance to develop utilizable career skills. Additionally, the Lauterbach Group offers a handful of $1,000 scholarships, complete with a new computer, to Group employees with college-bound children.
All Best Workplace in Americas winners are selected by a committee of distinguished HR experts from within the industry and judged on the following criteria: management practices, work environment, training and development, recognition and rewards, workplace health and safety, health and wellness, financial security and work-life balance.