In 2001, I became Southwire’s third CEO and the first who was not part of the shareholder family. I was blessed to join an inspiring culture with a tradition of community stewardship.
Moderated by Rick Badie
We devote today’s discussion to a Carroll County cable manufacturer that has opened a factory for troubled teens. The youths spend eight hours a day in company classrooms and work four hours a day, earning above minimum wage. Read how this novel concept produces high school graduates with workforce skills, and how it’s spread statewide.
Help profits by helping others
By Stu Thorn