Lindsay Studies

Company Culture Drives Pandemic Response

Company Culture Drives Pandemic Response

Jul 21, 2020

From face masks to social distancing, COVID-19 has changed the way we live and work. While the speed and scope of the coronavirus pandemic posed a number of extraordinary challenges to organizations like ours, the unprecedented global crisis also gave us an opportunity to strengthen our resolve and reinforce our commitment to our values, employees, partners, customers and communities.

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At Lindsay, Safety is No Accident

At Lindsay, Safety is No Accident

Feb 5, 2020

At Lindsay, safety is not just a goal – it’s an expectation. We have outstanding safety records at our three North American plants and six international locations, because our employees are engaged and willing to be part of the solution when potential problems arise.

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Celebrating Our Past While Looking Toward The Future

Celebrating Our Past While Looking Toward The Future

Feb 5, 2020

The year was 1948 – President Harry Truman upset Thomas Dewey, Howdy Doody was a popular television show and our founder, Paul Zimmerer, opened a small repair shop in Lindsay, Nebraska.

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Lindsay Volunteers Build Houses and Hope

Lindsay Volunteers Build Houses and Hope

Feb 5, 2020

Several of our Omaha-area employees recently put on hard hats and picked up hammers to help with Habitat projects in the area. Employees also volunteered at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which sells donated building materials and home fixtures at a discount. The store also helps divert usable materials from the landfill and raises funds for the organization.

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Omaha Employees Invest in their Community

Omaha Employees Invest in their Community

Feb 5, 2020

Thanks to Maria, a Credit and Collections Specialist, and dozens of other team members at Omaha’s corporate headquarters, we reached our 2019 United Way campaign goal of $50,000 in employee contributions. With the corporate match, Lindsay’s total donation for 2019 was $100,000.

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