Interested in being part of the Michigan CAT family? Then make sure you bring your motivation, your creativity and all your integrity. Because at Michigan CAT, we expect honesty and ethics to drive responsibility and challenge. It's an excellent formula that's doing wonders for our success. Who will succeed at Michigan CAT? While there's no magic formula for success, there are definitely ways to maximize the chances your career with Michigan CAT will be everything you expect-and deserve. Over the years, we've identified certain characteristics that our employees have in common:
Perhaps the most important characteristics of all those who succeed at Michigan CAT are honesty and trustworthiness. We've grown to become a key player in the industry by putting our very success into the hands of our people. To that end, they must be willing to trust each other, mentor each other and believe in each other.
You'll find Michigan CAT is full of individuals who are good at contributing based upon their strengths, as well as identifying and improving their weaknesses. Personal and professional growth is the ideal result.
Michigan CAT professionals tend to be energetic, eager and more than willing to share information. Here, we don't have to ask our employees to work as a team.
We give our people every opportunity to explore new ways of getting the job done. So it's no surprise our people are happy to take innovative ideas and turn them into results.
Our professionals know that the greatest challenges often yield the greatest rewards. They all share a sense of responsibility-and the personal and financial growth that accompany it.
At Michigan CAT, our employees understand that rewards come following performance, and not before. Our people are committed and loyal to the organization, working hard to exceed expectations and deliver results. We believe in demonstrated abilities and the earning of leadership rather than entitlements coming from rank, title, position or job description. Compensation and benefits are earned by success, not good intentions.