RiverWild Wins Fast 50 Award

RiverWild Wins Fast 50 Award

We are thrilled to be recognized by the Triangle Business Journal’s “Fast 50 Awards”!

This program honors the area’s most dynamic privately held companies. RiverWild is honored to be one of these “50 companies that are the heartbeat of the Triangle’s growing economy. They are creating jobs, entering new markets and implementing immersive workforce cultures.”

“Jaclyn and I are so proud of our hard-working, tenacious team. Without them the growth and success of our family of brands would have never been possible,” said Reid, Founder and CEO of RiverWild. “Being locally owned and operated is something we’ve always been proud of; living in the community we work in, and being deeply invested in it’s growth and vitality. We’re excited for the days ahead and can’t wait to see where this WILD crew goes next!”

Austen Jones: August 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

Austen Jones: August 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

Austen Jones has exemplified intentional adaptability day in and day out. No matter what comes his way, he embraces change, influencing others to do the same. 

He has picked up a new process with GPS systems, serving his team with helpful tools. With a positive attitude, Austen is always ready to tackle the next task regardless of what is asked of him. 

Fellow teammates of Austen look up to his efficiency and attention to detail in the field. He also makes sure to evaluate possible hazards in order to keep himself and others safe. 

Congratulations, Austen on this WILD win!!

John Gibbons: June 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

John Gibbons: June 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

There is nothing that John is afraid to do as he strives to get the job done. He goes the extra mile without being asked. 

One person in particular that has done an outstanding job of bringing that ‘W’ is John Gibbons. He rose to the challenge of achieving success and has moved us forward with his work ethic. 

John has a Will to Win each and every day. Even if it is getting there early or staying late, he is willing to be flexible in order to finish the job. 

We are so thankful for everything John has done for his fellow teammates and our company. Congratulations on your WILD win, John!

Eddie Bell: May 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

Eddie Bell: May 2022 Wild Factor Award Winner

Within the past six months, Eddie has reliably held three different positions within the company. He has embraced and adapted with a can-do attitude. 

He constantly changes his daily routine without having an issue and still works through his day with a smile and a joke every time you see him. He truly embodies embracing change. 

Eddie never fails to perform his best! We are so happy to have him in our work family. 

Congratulations, Mr. Eddie Bell!

RiverWild Selected as a Best Place to Work, Two Years in a Row

RiverWild Selected as a Best Place to Work, Two Years in a Row

The excitement of our WILD employees filled the kitchen once again this past week. Smiling ear to ear, everyone gathered together to celebrate our second win at the title for Best Places to Work! 

Our company is so proud of this achievement and we wanted to recognize not only the award, but how far our family of brands has evolved over the years. Founder and CEO, Reid Smith, shared a message recognizing and congratulating our team on their hard work and dedication. 

“If our mission statement is to impact and develop people, then this is something we’ve got to take pride in. To win and do something like this has more to do with you guys than it does anything else.” – Reid Smith

This award recognizes companies that received high marks in areas such as team effectiveness, trust with co-workers, manager effectiveness and work engagements. The winners were chosen based on an employee-survey process conducted by Quantum Workplace. Once nominated, a company had to meet a threshold in employee participation – a percentage that varies based upon the size of the company – to be eligible to be honored.  Companies receive this award because their organization

“As we say a lot, housing and construction is what we do, but it’s not why we do it” said Reid. “This is why we do it. It’s nice to be here and be able to celebrate it and see it come to fruition. This is why we’re here.” 

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