You can create a people-centric culture. We’re proof.
You may not have heard of Barry-Wehmiller. But walk down any aisle in the grocery store, and you’ll see products we’ve touched. Paper, packages, bottles and lids. Yeah, our 12,000 people, in 100 companies around the world, make the machines that make it all.
In 2002, we saw an opportunity to improve our business by placing a priority on the lives of people who make our business possible. We call it Truly Human Leadership, and the results speak for themselves. Financial results? Yes, of course. But the true measurement of success is the lasting positive impact we’ve had on their lives, their careers and their families.