During a busy construction season and an ongoing industrywide worker shortage, Wildish pivoted quickly.
Handwashing stations built from scratch, trainings on new worksite precautions, and daily calls on implementing safety and health guidelines. These are just some of the steps Wildish took to keep their employees safe. During a busy construction season and an ongoing industrywide worker shortage, Wildish pivoted quickly.
At Wildish, they consider themselves a family, and do what is needed to ensure everyone stays safe and healthy.
That attitude extended to the community after Lane County was hit by wildfires over the summer—employees volunteered for relief events, and the company donated to fire relief to support the greater Eugene/Springfield/McKenzie River Valley area.
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