Is it enough for a company to turn a profit and just do no harm? Ted Castle and Rhino Foods don't think so. We've worked hard to develop innovative workplace practices to grow our company and grow our people. These practices have been tested and proven to work at Rhino and we want to share what we've learned with you.
It is said by top companies: to be a successful business, you must invest in your human capital. Rhino takes this belief beyond our four walls and beyond work hours to impact our employees’ development at work, at home, and in their community.
The number of ways to create positive social change is limitless; we look to our workforce’s needs to guide the creation of programs that are the most impactful and empowering for our employees, our company, and our community. Here we explain four of our top programs.
Our four programs can be implemented at any company or non-profit. If you are interested in getting a start on the process please read our white papers.