Host Jesse Tyler is joined by three great associates (employee owners) at Hypertherm: Madhura Mitra, project manager for engineering; Catherine Thurston, senior quality engineer; and Sarah Swift, manufacturing leader two from the light industrial plasma products team.
The guests discuss their paths to manufacturing, why women should consider a career manufacturing, and why Hypertherm is a great place for women (and everyone!) to work. The guests also share how employee ownership impacts their jobs, what three words they use to describe EO, and each shares their EO A-ha Moments.
This series focuses on Women In Manufacturing, bringing insights from women owners at Hypertherm, through its product value streams from design engineering, global sales, operations, machine assembly, machine operators, shipping, and leadership.
On almost all of the Owner to Owner podcasts. Jesse meets the guests when they start recording. The series is a little bit different in that these are close friends that Jesse asked to share their story. This episode focuses on first and second shift, a frontline leader machine assembly, and warehouse.
The goal of this podcast is to have owner-to-owner discussions about a wide range of ownership experiences and culture topics, and to bring more insight into the individual ownership experience.
In the episode, guests Madhura, Catherine, and Sarah explain why Hypertherm is an amazing place to work for everyone, and especially women. Among many reasons, Hypertherm with almost 2000 employee owners HAS NEVER HAD A LAYOFF. To see Hypertherm's recruiting page, click here.
See testimonials from current Hypertherm employee owners here.
This podcast is produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network.