We foster a culture of mutual respect, integrity and commitment that forges our stewardship, growth and success. Our people share a competitive drive for excellence that fosters an environment of trust, teamwork, positive reinforcement and inclusion. They are motivated to be the best they can be to the benefit of all our stakeholders.  

We invest in the growth and development of our employees.

Our continued investment in people and strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, will help us attract, grow and retain the best talent possible. Today 28 percent of Vulcan’s workforce is diverse, and we have a number of initiatives to continue building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We have more than doubled the number of diverse Division and Corporate officers since 2013. And we earned recognition in 2017 by 2020 Women on Boards for having 20 percent or more of our board seats held by women.

  • Cultivating a diverse talent pipeline of next generation leaders through our operations/sales trainee program.
  • Expanding the diversity of our workforce at middle management and higher levels.
  • Increasing the number of female hires and promotions in senior leadership roles across the company.
  • Developing a five-year strategy through our Diversity and Inclusion Council.
  • Building partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to recruit talented minority students for internships and management training roles across the company. 

We believe that learning is fundamental to every job and we encourage our people to expand and explore their capabilities for continued growth. Our industry-leading training and development programs encourage collaboration and enable people to innovate and flourish on the job and in the community.

  • Providing employees with a Tuition Reimbursement Program which pays up to 100 percent of tuition costs based on academic performance.
  • Encouraging personal and professional growth through our mentoring program which has graduated more than 1,906 employees.
  • Preparing future senior-level leaders through our Leadership 2022 series in partnership with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  
  • Offering mini MBA programs and other continuing education opportunities.

The result is strong employee engagement that puts Vulcan in the top 10 percent of more than 1,700 companies surveyed as part of McKinsey & Company’s Organizational Health Index. By cultivating a diverse and dynamic culture, we’re exponentially increasing the social, safety and environmental capabilities of our company, benefiting all of our stakeholders.

46% of Our Employees Have 10+ Years

Employees by Tenure

We Have a Strong, Multi-Generational Workforce

Employees by Generation

Fostering an Environment of Diversity and Inclusion

Workforce Racial/Ethnic Diversity vs. Aggregates Industry

More than 50% of Salaried Employees are Women

Salaried Non-Exempt Employees by Gender

8,700

Employees

11.58

Years Average Tenure

4,357

New Hires

2017-2018

34%

Diversity of New Hires

2018

599

Veterans Employed (Self-Identified)

2018

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215,000

Employee Training Hours

2018

216

Operations & Sales Trainees

Since 2013

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400

University Interns & Trainees Hired

2015-2018

92.9%

401(k) Employee Participation Rate

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Tennessee

Central Division

Safety & Health

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Vulcan Excels at Southeast Region Mine Rescue

The Florida Mine Safety Program (FMSP) held its Inaugural Surface Mining Emergency Response Training and Competition. Two Mine Rescue teams were sent to compete in the mine rescue contest and won 1st Place Overall Champion.

California

Otay Mesa

Western Division

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Dressed to Kilt

Joe Miller is not just a Plant Operator, he has been participating/competing in the Scottish Highland Games for the past 17 years. Joe is currently ranked 11th in the nation in the Masters division.

Texas

Helotes

Southwest Division

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Jasen Talley

Plant Manager Jasen Talley is very involved in the local community and has developed strong relationships by initiating numerous partnerships with schools and other organizations, including the Pineapple School in San Antonio.

North Carolina

Rockingham

Mideast Division

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Commissioner Fred Cloninger

Shop Supervisor Fred Cloninger was elected as Commissioner for the Town of Ellerbe, North Carolina. Fred was sworn in on December 4, 2017 and will hold a 4-year term from 2018-2021.  

Arizona

Mountain West Division

Environmental Stewardship

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Vulcan's Own Environmental Leader Of The Year

Environmental Manager Gregg Monger was recognized as Arizona Rock Products Association’s 2016-17 Environmental Leader of the Year. Gregg has worked to develop key environmental programs centered on compliance and proactive environmental policies.  

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