Our continued success is driven by the collective energy and talent of the nearly 3,000 members of our team. Our employees are based in more than 20 countries around the world, across all business units. Hunter employees are proud, spirited, enthusiastic, and supportive of each other. We are dedicated to customer satisfaction and delivering measurable results.
Ethnicity of employees
Ethnicity of employees
Gender of managers
Gender of managers
Gender of Leadership team
Gender of Leadership team
Gender of Board of Directors
Gender of Board of Directors
Tenure of Full time employees
Tenure of Full time employees
Goal
Employee Training Satisfaction
Increase employee satisfaction level with training and development opportunities to 80% by 2025 and 85% by 2030
Employee training directly impacts product quality, customer service, employee health and safety, and staff recruitment and retention. In 2018, Hunter implemented a new Learning Management System (LMS) that allows us to better support employees and more accurately track training metrics. In addition, we conduct a biannual employee engagement survey that includes insight into our training program. The number of employees who say they were offered professional development training increased by 5% from 2018 to 2020. We added a new question to our survey in 2020 to measure progress toward the training goal we set in 2019. Seventy-eight percent of employees surveyed in 2020 indicated they were often or almost always satisfied with training and development opportunities at Hunter, which means we are well on our way to achieving our goal.
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Employee Training
Employee Training
Biggest User
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Promoting Training with the Biggest User Challenge

Tim Luz, Test Engineering Technician in Clermont, Florida

The Biggest User Challenge is designed to support employee learning and development and increase awareness of the Learning Management System (LMS). Each quarter, users are recognized for completing either the greatest total number of trainings or accumulating the most  training hours. At the end of the year, the Overall Biggest User winners are announced. Tim Luz, Test Engineering Technician in Clermont, Florida, won the 2019 Overall Biggest User award for most training hours completed. He logged more than 100 hours of technical training. The Overall Biggest User winner for most trainings completed was Javier Gonzalez, Molding Technician in San Marcos, California. He completed almost 50 training hours across 300 courses primarily focused on continuous education and technical skills related to his role.

Goal
Health and Safety
Year-over-year accident and injury reduction
Employee safety is essential to the success of our company. Providing safe working conditions is a responsibility that Hunter takes seriously. Keeping employees safe is more than just the right thing to do — it’s essential to the success of our company. When employees feel they are working in a safe and caring environment, they have higher satisfaction rates. When employees are well, they are more productive. Keeping our employees safe also has financial benefits. Lower incidence rates keep insurance premiums and other costs down.
Health and Safety
Highlights from 2019 health and safety efforts across our organization include:
Health and safety San marcos
San Marcos

Collaborated with Engineering to improve machine safety

Health and safety Clermont
Clermont

Introduced new safety training measures

Health and safety City of Industry
City of Industry

Updated protocols to ensure proper tool usage, chemical storage, and use of personal protective equipment

Health and safety Tijuana
Tijuana

Implemented behavioral tools to strengthen safety culture

"Together, our global focus on preventive efforts will make Hunter an even safer place to work."
– Katie Johanski, Senior Manager, Global Risk
Katie Johanksi
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Promoting Safety in Tijuana

New engagement efforts to keep employees safe

Our Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) team works hard to keep our employees safe. One example from 2019 comes from Tijuana. There, EHS instituted an innovative “Find and Fix” program to engage employees in identifying opportunities to achieve health and safety goals.  Employees have submitted 140 ideas on how to improve health or safety within their workspaces. The team evaluates all requests and has implemented 34 so far. Find and Fix has inspired employees, boosted morale, and improved the safety of our facilities. We plan to continue our efforts. Special thanks to EHS coordinator Genoveva Moreira for leading this project.

Goal
Employee Wellness
Increase the number of employees participating in wellness programs by 20% by 2030
Hunter has a long history of supporting robust employee wellness initiatives. Ten years ago, we launched the Lifeshift program to promote employee wellness. However, Lifeshift was closely linked to our on-site Wellness Center in San Marcos and only provided U.S. health insurance incentives. As our family of companies has grown during the last several years, we realized that Lifeshift was no longer achieving the desired impact for all employees worldwide. In 2019, we developed a new, holistic wellness program called Total Balance that is inclusive of all employees regardless of their location. Total Balance launched in early 2020. We look forward to increased employee participation and measurable results.
Employee Participation
employee participation
Employee Participation
Goal
Community Development & Charitable Giving
Increase charitable giving to $2.5 million by 2030

We are proud to support the communities where we live, work, and play. An internal committee identifies opportunities throughout the year to distribute charitable giving into three core areas: education, community, and the environment.

Over the last three years, Hunter Industries donated more than $1.8 million to charitable efforts. In 2019, we supported over 50 organizations. Generally, we invest in organizations serving Southern California and greater Clermont, Florida, in the United States and Northern Baja California in Mexico. Since most of our employees live in these regions, we feel our contributions have the greatest impact in these areas.

Hunter Community
Hunter Community
Charitable Contributions
Charitable Contributions
Contribution Type
Contribution Type
Goal
Volunteering in the Community
Increase employee volunteer hours by 25% by 2025 and 50% by 2030
Community Volunteer
Senninger Outreach
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Community Outreach with Senninger Helping Others (SHO)

Inaugural SHO event in December 2019 helps local families in need

Our team in Clermont formed Senninger Helping Others (SHO), a group focused on the health and well-being of the local community. For the inaugural SHO event in December 2019, 20 volunteers representing every department signed up to purchase, wrap, and deliver holiday gifts for 13 families in need. More than 50 employees donated money to purchase gifts including bicycles, dolls, and tablets. SHO teamed up with Chick-fil-A® and the Clermont Police Department to host a festive block party where gifts were delivered. Volunteers also worked with Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending child bedlessness, to build and donate three beds to local families.