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Niagara Cutter team receives award for commitment to employing workers with disabilities

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The team at Niagara Cutter (a Seco company) has been honoured with the prestigious Governor’s Achievement Award by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.

This recognition celebrates the company’s commitment to creating an inclusive workplace that empowers individuals with disabilities to thrive and succeed.

The Governor’s Achievement Award is presented to employers who have demonstrated exceptional dedication in assisting persons with disabilities to secure employment and independence. The Reynoldsville team has exemplified these values through innovative hiring practices, comprehensive training programs, and ongoing support systems designed to ensure that all employees are provided the opportunity to excel.

“Our commitment to diversity and inclusion has not only enriched our workplace culture but also significantly contributed to the overall success and productivity of our company”, Reynoldsville Production Unit & Site Director, Maxime Coutat explained.

The team’s journey to earning this award began with a clear vision of inclusion and equality. Partnering with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation to identify and implement best practices for recruiting, training, and retaining workers with disabilities.

“We are deeply honoured to receive the Governor’s Achievement Award,” said Maxime Coutat. “This recognition is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to creating a workplace where everyone can succeed. Inclusion is not a trend; inclusion is our responsibility as a people company. Inclusion is seeing special abilities when others see disabilities.”

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