Relyco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that hires Union Operators and Laborers Relyco strives to make ours, a place of employment that is diversified and free from any form of harassment and/or discrimination.
At Relyco, Inc. we hire experienced Union Operators (local 139) and Union Laborers (local 330). We are a certified "training" company, and therefore we encourage apprentices and inexperienced people to apply as well. The Apprenticeship program offered is sponsored through the respective unions and is a graduated 4 year program, with credit possibly given for prior non union experience.
Our experienced operators and laborers are willing to take a new and inexperienced person "under their wing" and teach them the construction trade.
Applications may be completed at our main office located at 1195 Scheuring Road, DePere, WI or downloaded from this site here and e-mail it to email@example.com
EMPLOYMENT AND APPRENTICESHIPS
It is the policy of Relyco, Inc to assure that applicants are employed and that those employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, sexual orientation, Veteran's status, arrest/conviction, marital status, military reserve membership, outside lawful products, ancestry, honesty testing, pregnancy or childbirth, genetic testing, or physical or mental disability. Such actions shall include: emplyment, upgrading, demotion, transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other compensation and selection for training, including apprenticeship, pre-apprenticeship and/or on the job training.
Relyco, Inc believes in and practices equal opportunity an affirmative action. Tom Teske is the EEO officer for Relyco, Inc and has overall responsibility for assuring compliance with this policy. All employees are responsible for supporting the concept of equal opportunity and affirmative action and assisting Relyco, Inc in meeting its' objectives.
Relyco, Inc reaches out to various community resources, such as the Oneidas, Stockbridge Munsee, and Menominee Nations of Wisconsin, as well as various TRANS programs when soliciting applicants.