This holiday season Qualtek employees have been supporting TESSA of Colorado Springs. TESSA empowers victims of partner and sexual violence to find immediate safety and take back their lives. The generous people of Qualtek are collecting needed items and funds to keep the great work of TESSA going. You can help TESSA at tessacs.org
Qualtek Manufacturing employees used contributions to United Way to vote for colleagues to receive a pie in the face. “Winners” were Jim Chamberlin and Denise Quintana. CEO Troy Roberts had a great time delivering a pie right in the kisser to Jim. And CFO Tom Drago really enjoyed smearing a pie in Denise’s face. The week-long events of fundraising included bake sales and raffles and raised $3,615 for United Way. Qualtek knows how to have fun while helping the community!
Cost US Jobs
Even though Qualtek sources most of its steel and aluminum in the U.S., new tariffs on imported material will now stop growth and cost high-paying U.S. jobs. Manufacturers are banding together to oppose tariffs that hurt the U.S. economy. Watch the story.
Watch this short video and see how the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Association is connecting Colorado manufacturers.
We have worked hard to demonstrate our commitment to creating a healthy workplace culture and will continue to improve the health, safety and well-being of the Qualtek team. Read the full news release here.