United Steel named a “Top Workplace” by Hartford Courant

November 17, 2017 - Connecticut
Shown (back row from left) are: Skip Henderson,
safety manager; Eldorado Massingue, project
engineer; and Scotti Rylands, director of human
resources. Shown (front row from left) are: Phil
Romegialli, plant manager; Lynn Caouette, chief
financial officer; Josh Messier, project manager;
and Georgette Cyr, payroll specialist

East Hartford, CT United Steel, one of New England’s leading fabricator and erectors of structural steel and miscellaneous metals, has received the 2017 Top Workplace award from the Hartford Courant.  This is the fourth consecutive year United Steel has earned this recognition which is based on results of an independent employee survey. The company also received a special award for its training program.

More than 860 Connecticut organizations were nominated for the Top Workplaces award, and only 60 were chosen for recognition.  Award administrators, Workplace Dynamics, look for organizations with high standards of transparency, accountability, and performance.  

Employee surveys focus on work-life balance, respect, and care for employees, as well as recognition of accomplishments, feelings of empowerment, good teamwork, and commitment to community.

“These awards are particularly meaningful to our company because they really do mirror the values we have established for the way we conduct business and treat employees,” said Ken Corneau, president of United Steel.  “It is gratifying to know our employees support us and nominated us for these awards and we are pleased to be named a Top Workplace for the fourth time, and to receive recognition for our excellent ongoing training.”

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