The Roeslein Way is a vital part of our company. This program gives us a platform to focus on a higher purpose. It allows us to benefit others and to challenge each other on how we are contributing to make our communities a better place to work and live.
The goal of The Roeslein Way is to grow our company in the following areas:
Charitable Giving involves fundraisers for special causes and philanthropic opportunities on a large scale. Roeslein offers a charitable gift matching program to all employees who donate to a non-profit organization.
Roeslein encourages all employees to volunteer their time to local community service efforts. Employees will have opportunities to volunteer as a group to make a positive impact on our surrounding communities while building valuable coworker relationships.
Continued Education is an important part of Roeslein’s Talent Development program. Roeslein offers tuition reimbursement for employees to pursue advanced degrees of education or obtain valuable industry certifications.
At Roeslein, we are committed to creating a diverse environment, and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We strive to continually lead with our values and beliefs, which enables our employees to fully develop their potential. We are able to grow and learn better together with a diverse team of employees and are committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion.
Sustainability is a global responsibility, and one that Roeslein takes seriously. As a company, employees can work together by participating in local recycling programs, carpooling between offices, and using public transportation.
As a company, Roeslein cares about the mental and physical well-being of its employees and their families. Throughout the year, Roeslein’s Wellness Committee organizes a wide variety of activities across all Roeslein offices. It helps to connect those in need with valuable EAP services. The Wellness Committee is in charge of organizing wellness challenges, 5K events, blood drives, biometric screenings, and other enriching activities.
Latest Roeslein Way News
- Roeslein Organizes Back to School Drive for Local Charity
Throughout the month of August, the Roeslein Way’s Community Service Committee organized a Back to School Drive to collect school supplies to benefit the Little Bit Foundation in St. Louis, MO. In July, their headquarters were severely damaged by flooding, causing extensive damage to their office, warehouse, and inventory of student essentials. Committee members collected […]
- Roeslein Brazil Hosts Winter Clothing Drive for Community
Beginning July 20, Roeslein’s Brazil location hosted a month-long clothing drive to collect winter items for underserved families and individuals in the São Paulo area.
- Roeslein Volunteers at Long Meadow Rescue Ranch
On Saturday, August 13, Roeslein’s Community Service Committee spent the day volunteering at the Longmeadow Rescue Ranch in Union, MO. Volunteers helped to rehabilitate and socialize formerly abused and neglected animals. Duties included feeding and watering the animals, cleaning stalls and corrals, mowing the grass, and performing various maintenance work.
- Roeslein Hosts Students from the Center for Autism Education
This fall, Roeslein & Associates’ St. Louis office is hosting two students from the Center for Autism Education as part of their workplace program. The program is designed to provide students with a diverse learning experience as they assist in various departments at Roeslein.
- Roeslein Participates in 93rd Annual Red Bud Fireman’s Picnic
This past weekend employees from Roeslein’s Manufacturing Facility in Red Bud, IL, participated in the 93rd Annual Red Bud Fireman’s Picnic. Starting at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, this weekend-long event raised funds that benefited Red Bud’s Volunteer Fire Department directly.
- Roeslein Participates in 6th Annual Civil Giving Wiffle Ball Tournament
On Saturday, June 11, Roeslein employees and their families gathered to play in the 6th Annual Civil Giving Wiffle Ball tournament. Put on by Civil Design Inc.’s charitable initiative, Civil Giving, the event raised $17,470 that will directly benefit the afterschool and summer programs at the Soulard and Dutchtown campuses of Gene Slay’s Boys & […]