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What Is It Like To Work At Keim?

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For more than one hundred years, our mission has been to “provide exceptional service to our co-workers, customers, and community.” We place our co-workers first for a reason. 

At Keim, we know that to provide exceptional service, we must take care of our co-workers. That starts with making each person feel valued. 

Here’s what a few of our co-workers have to say: 

A Feeling of Appreciation 
“From customers to managers, to the president and owners, they appreciate what you do, and you can feel it,” said Justina Scott, who has worked at Keim for seven years. Her husband, Travis, has worked at Keim for eight years and is now Flooring Sales Manager.   

"Keim serves their employees and by doing that, they were a servant to their customers," said Kevin Miller, who has been driving truck for Keim for 22 years. Image removed.

Positive Work Environment 
"I work at Keim, because I like the environment,” said Miller. "At Keim, it feels like people truly care about you and you're not just a number in the business." 

“Our co-workers at Keim help each other out: from tragedies to illness. We don’t do it to pat ourselves on the back, we do it because we care.” Pam Stein has worked in the Paint Department for 14 years.

“Even in a big company like Keim, when you come in work, you feel like you’re walking into a group of friends,” said Lyndon Schlabach, Millwork Sales Manager.

"What I appreciate about Keim is the positive work environment, teamwork, and exceptional benefits,” said Ray Yoder, Director of Rough Lumber Operations.

Exceptional Benefits 
"It's important to consider your benefit package in your yearly income," said Robert Barkman, Molding Picker at Keim for three years. "The benefits we get –the insurance, profit-sharing, vacation— Keim treats you well.” 

Keim’s benefit package includes: 
•    Highly funded health insurance 
•    Employee pricing on over 60,000 items 
•    Flexible schedule 
•    Profit-sharing
•    Two weeks of paid vacation in the first year

The most important thing is to find a job that you enjoy, said Miller. “If you don't enjoy your job, you will never be happy or satisfied. I come to Keim every day looking forward to coming to work." 

Located on 50 acres in the rolling hills of Holmes County, Keim is the destination and trusted source for your home, building, and woodworking needs. Founded in 1911, our fourth-generation family business is dedicated to caring for your project like we care for our own.