Wanco Incorporated manufactures traffic safety and light construction equipment. The company is family owned and operated, and has been operating since 1984.
WANCO REQUIRES MANUFACTURING/PRODUCTION EMPLOYEES TO WORK MANDATORY OVERTIME HOURS. Weekday hours are 10 hours per day and could occasionally extend to 12 hours per day. Saturday hours are extremely common and mandatory. If you are applying for a manufacturing position and you cannot work a weekday 10-hour shift or a Saturday shift, you should not apply.
Wanco is a non-union shop. Employees work the following schedules. Overtime is mandatory. Overtime pay is “time and a half” (1½ times the regular hourly wage) for a non-exempt employee who works more than 40 hours in a single workweek.
Wanco is a drug-free and non-smoking work environment. Pre-employment drug screening may be conducted on prospective employees and random drug screening may be conducted on employees.
Wanco follows the Colorado Employment-At-Will policy, which states that the employee or the employer may terminate employment at any time and for any reason consistent with applicable State and Federal laws.
Wanco policy is to employ, retain, promote, terminate, and otherwise treat all employees and job applicants the same without regard to disability, race, creed, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or ancestry. The company recognizes the need to initiate and maintain affirmative personnel measures to ensure the achievement of equal employment opportunities in all aspects of our workplace settings, conditions and decisions. It shall be the responsibility of all employees to abide by and carry out the letter, spirit, and intent of the company’s equal opportunity employment commitment.
It is prohibited for any employee of the company to refuse to hire, train, promote, or provide equitable employment conditions to any qualified employee or applicant, or to discipline or dismiss an employee on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or ancestry; except where the doctrine of business necessity or a bona fide occupational qualification can reasonably be established.