FMI Remains Dedicated To Retaining And Attracting Employees With Recent Wage Increase
Battle Creek, Michigan: Freedom Motors USA is proud to continue its dedication to providing competitive wages in the manufacturing industry by raising its minimum employee wage for all positions to $15.00 per hour. Additionally, wages for select positions were also increased.
The latest wage increase is part of a larger, company-wide plan to reward and retain employees. Attendance bonuses and company culture programs have joined full health benefits and a family-friendly, first shift work schedule for all departments.
Knowing that providing wages at or above $15.00 per hour can have significant, positive change on the quality of life of our employees, Freedom Motors is proud to offer a living wage at all levels of the company.
Freedom Motors USA deeply values their employees and their dedication towards the company’s goals of bringing mobility to our customers. In return, the company feels providing a living wage worthy of their hard work is the right thing.
Freedom Motors also knows that the company itself will benefit from providing top compensation and benefits. In the manufacturing industry, attracting and keeping qualified employees is crucial to success and longevity.
Freedom Motors USA has also found that providing a livable wage minimizes turnover while boosting productivity and efficiency when employees feel valued and financially secure. In short, taking care of our employees means our employees take care of their employer.
About Freedom Motors USA: Freedom Motors has strived to develop customized accessible vehicles since creating the first wheelchair accessible minivan in 1987. Since then, the company has continued to produce innovative mobility vehicles including the first wheelchair accessible SUV with its Honda Element conversion. Currently, Freedom Motors offers a unique, custom lineup of wheelchair vehicles including exclusive Superwide and SUV models. Freedom Motors manufactures its vehicles, parts, and accessories in Battle Creek, MI.
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