05 Oct FlashCo® Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay
(Santa Rosa, CA) – FlashCo Manufacturing, Inc. was recently named one of the 100 best places to work in the North Bay by the North Bay Business Journal. FlashCo was recognized as an exceptional employer with excellent workplace practices.
“FlashCo has been growing at a steady pace,” says FlashCo President Greg Morrow. “That growth and success can be directly attributed to our employees. We’re a team, spread out throughout the country dedicated to the principle that we can save the contractor time. We’ve worked hard to develop a company culture around our core values of integrity, respect, customer satisfaction and can-do attitude.”
The North Bay Business Journal makes their best places to work selections based on employer nominations and employee surveys. The employee surveys include questions related to employer credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie. The 100 winners were chosen from over 8,100 employee surveys submitted. FlashCo is one of 21 first-time winners in the annual survey.
“Our employees and their success are the backbone of our company,” says Mr. Morrow. “While some employees come here with experience, others receive training on the job, giving them a marketable, in-demand skill that can lead to a life-long career supporting the roofing industry.”
Founded in Sonoma County, California, FlashCo has grown to five locations, and is one of the largest fabricators of roof flashings and accessories in North America with over 8 million parts made since 2000. FlashCo manufactures standard and custom flashings for commercial and residential roofing contractors and its flashings are sold through thousands of roofing supply distributors located throughout the U.S. and Canada. FlashCo is committed to “Saving the Contractor Time” by providing quality, easy to install, long-lasting products backed by exceptional service with the highest level of integrity. To learn more visit www.FlashCoMfg.com.
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