Have you ever wondered what's behind the walls of the iconic Milwaukee clock tower? Here's your sneak peek:
The new Mechatronics lab has ten workstations, each one with state-of the-art equipment and technology. It’s designed to train a highly skilled workforce to keep the region competitive:
For the 7th year, we're proud to earn 100% on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index for LGBTQ-inclusive workplace policies and practices.
It’s great to be among some of our greatest partners Microsoft & Cisco on the lineup of the top 100 most sustainable companies, and we’re not surprised to see them on the list. Stay tuned to #HM19 to see some of the great collaboration we do together.
We're excited to announce that for the 11th time, the Ethisphere Institute has named Rockwell Automation as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. Ethisphere Institute honors companies who recognize their crucial role in influencing and driving positive change in the business community and societies around the world.
Our company culture? Innovation is in our DNA. Read the latest exciting news on our joint venture:
Calling all hardware/software developers, data scientists, UX/UI designers and tech gurus! Join us for our first hackathon in our Mayfield Heights, Ohio facility: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaCg
“I know that sounds a little strange for an automation company to spend so much time talking about people, but at the end of the day, all of us, regardless of our roles, are looking for a few basic things in what we do for work,” Blake Moret, Rockwell chairman and chief executive officer
Welcome, Emulate3D! We're excited to announce we've acquired Emulate3D, an innovative engineering software developer whose products digitally simulate and emulate industrial automation systems. You can read more about the acquisition here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQocG
We’re proud to be among those named to the Wall Street Journal Management Top 250 list! This landmark ranking uses principles from the Drucker Institute to identify the best-managed U.S. companies, using dozens of inputs - from employee ratings on Glassdoor to five-year shareholder returns and trademark filings to arrive at its management scorecards. The result is an unmatched look at how companies balance the often-competing pressures confronting executives today.