By Patrick Lynn
Stevens Point-based Gamber-Johnson has been certified as a Great Place to Work.
The Great Place to Work organization uses verified employee feedback and compiled results via a data-driven methodology to determine the quality of a work environment, employee experience, and how leadership behaviors deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation.
Phillip Blair, human resources director at Gamber-Johnson, said the company was “honored” to receive the designation.
“This significant achievement helps solidify that our organization’s collective efforts are working in making Gamber-Johnson a destination employer,” Blair said. “We are extremely grateful to all of our team members, their families, and our community for their support. Our goal of becoming the best possible employer is ongoing and we look forward to what the future holds for our growing organization.”
Gamber-Johnson is currently remodeling its new space in the former Joern’s building on Coye Dr. The relocation will put the company in a position to double their output—and their workforce.
Brian Wagner, Gamber-Johnson’s president and CEO, called the designation a “tremendous testament to our team.”
“We genuinely appreciate everyone who made this recognition happen. This great workplace culture is a key enabler of our Cause of ‘Supporting technology to help save the world,’” Wagner said.
Gamber-Johnson’s global headquarters is located in the Stevens Point Business Park off Coye Dr. The company is a leading supplier of rugged mounting systems that safely secure mobile communication systems, computers, and other electronic equipment in fleet vehicles, public safety vehicles, forklifts, and other mobility applications.
Their products are used by law enforcement, public safety, military, and warehouse fleets around the globe.