In a long-standing annual tradition, Kondex proudly awarded five $400 scholarships to Seniors at Lomira High School. The recipients are chosen based on their academics, future field of study, career goals, as well as participation in extracurricular clubs such as 4-H, Future Farmers of America (FFA), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and National Honor Society.
To celebrate April being National Welding Month, Kondex Corporation made donations to the Technical Education programs at four local high schools. The recipients of these $500 checks included Mayville, Kewaskum, Lomira, and Campbellsport High. These resources will be used to acquire steel, general department supplies, or in the case of Kewaskum High, to purchase additional welding helmets.
In the last three years, Kondex has reduced its DART (Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred) rate by more than 60%. This metric is used to measure the impact of job-related injuries, as it tracks those that prevent someone from working, restrict one’s activities, or require transfer to another task. While the Company aims for zero incidents, this downward trend is reflective of the ongoing efforts to keep our associates safe.
We couldn’t have scripted it any better. On a recent snowy day, Kondex associates competed in our Chili and Soup Cookoff, a tradition started in 2000 and popularized in recent years. With 17 entries on 1st shift and 6 entries on 2nd shift, the smell in the lunchroom was warm and welcoming throughout the day.
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