Tanimura & Antle Inducts 46 Employee Owners to Honored 20 Year Club
Demonstrating their commitment to the Company's valued employee owners
By: Tanimura & Antle
"Our 20 Year Club is a long standing tradition and is a high honor at Tanimura & Antle," said Scott Grabau, CEO & President of Tanimura & Antle. "We recognize that our Company's success stems directly from the knowledge, loyalty and contributions of our employee owners and we're extremely thankful for those who have made Tanimura & Antle their family and dedicated their careers to ensuring our success."
Tanimura & Antle considers its employees one of the strongest assets and competitive advantages in the fresh produce industry. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics 2020 report, the national median number of years that employees spend with one employer is 4.1 years. The Company credits its employee retention to a variety of Company qualities including promoting from within, full health benefits (health, vision, dental), a matched 401k, an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), affordable employee housing, educational opportunities, Company culture and more.
"Each year as we welcome the new 20 Year Club members, we acknowledge them for achieving such a huge milestone of dedication, commitment, and teamwork," said Kerry Varney, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). "These dedicated employee owners establish our culture and make our Company truly successful."
Each 20 Year Club inductee was individually recognized by Company leadership and presented with a gift at a private catered reception. To learn more about Tanimura & Antle's innovative employee practices, visit www.taproduce.com.
About Tanimura & Antle: Founded in 1982, Tanimura & Antle is an employee-owned family farming business with a four-generation legacy and a passionate commitment to growing premium quality produce. Built on a partnership between two families, with a shared commitment to always value employees as its greatest asset, the founding families now share ownership with all employees — from farming and harvest crews to management — through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). As one of the largest independent vegetable growers in the United States, Tanimura & Antle farms more than 40,000 acres of rich, fertile farmland and ships a full line of premium fresh conventional and organic produce products throughout North America, Europe and Asia.