Marvin's No-Layoff Policy Discussed in NY Times and Wall Street Journal Blogs

Following yesterday’s mention of Marvin Windows and Door by President Obama, both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times‘ blogs mentioned the company’s no-layoff policy.

President Obama’s remarks we’re inspired by a feature story written by the New York Times‘ Andrew Martin who visited Warroad and saw firsthand our commitment to the community and workforce.

We’re honored that the president took notice of our longstanding efforts to strengthen our communities as we keep our work force intact. As a family-owned and operated company, our philosophy is simple: Do the right thing. If we stay focused on doing the right thing for our customers, our employees and our communities, then our business will be just fine. It’s been a tough few years, but by pulling together, we’ve survived — and we believe we’re poised to thrive.

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