Roeslein finalist in St. Louis Best Place to Work
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. has been named a finalist for Best Places to Work (BPTW) in St. Louis by the Saint Louis Business Journal.
This achievement is awarded based on employee feedback surveys to determine multiple key strategic measures such as team effectiveness, retention, trust in leadership and other factors. Roeslein is one of more than 250 companies in the St. Louis Metropolitan area to compete for this award. This is the fourth time the company has been a finalist for this award.
Roeslein & Associates is a best place to work because of the culture of ownership provided by the company’s ESOP programme. All the employees at Roeslein have a vested interest in maintaining the success, not only of the company and its clients, but for each of the individual employees. 2020 was a challenging year on a global scale. One of the keys to Roeslein’s success hinges on a culture that is based upon honesty, integrity, respect, and heavy communication.
The challenges brought on by the pandemic, coupled with the unprecedented global demand for aluminium beverage cans, were a test of the company’s strength. To weather the pandemic, while growing the business, all of Roeslein’s employees had to band together to achieve the common goals.
“For Roeslein, like a lot of companies, the pandemic gave us a unique window into the lives of our coworkers and a greater appreciation for our family, friends, and peers. There were children on Teams calls, dogs barking in the background, and we were able to gain insight into the personal lives of our coworkers that we would not have had otherwise.
“This experience has brought us all closer together and we hope that is something that persists as the world returns to normal,” said Sarah Davidson, Director, Human Resources at Roeslein & Associates. “In addition, we have opted to continue offering remote work options to our employees and are actively ensuring regular and meaningful communication continues to go out to our employees on a regular basis.”