Get to Know Groov-Pin: Brian Sylvestre
9/5/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Brian Sylvestre is a project engineer at Precision Turned Components (PTC), Groov-Pin’s subsidiary located in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Brian enjoys working in manufacturing because of the challenges it presents. “No matter how much experience you have with screw machines, there will always be a new challenge and something new to learn.”

view more»
Groov-Pin Employees Stay Active with Summer Walking Challenges
8/29/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

More than half of Groov-Pin’s employees participated in our summer 2018 Walk to Wellness challenges. Walk to Wellness is a popular component of our corporate wellness program and employees look forward to new challenges and prizes each time.

view more»
Why Financial Health is Part of Groov-Pin's Wellness Program
8/21/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Groov-Pin’s corporate wellness program incorporates physical, mental, and financial health. “Financial health is an important part of our wellness program because we strongly believe that if you feel secure in your finances, it will keep you healthier,” said Susan Smith, Groov-Pin’s human resources manager.

view more»
Get to Know Groov-Pin: Sharyn Holbrook
8/14/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Sharyn Holbrook is a customer account representative with Groov-Pin in Georgia. Spending time on the floor and working with customers allows her to witness the manufacturing process from beginning to end. “In manufacturing, no day is the same and it’s so interesting to see the wide range of applications that our products go into.”

view more»
Groov-Pin Receives Healthiest Employers in Rhode Island Award
8/13/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Groov-Pin attended the 2018 Providence Business News Healthiest Employers in Rhode Island awards luncheon on Thursday, August 9. We are proud to have been recognized for our commitment to improving our employees’ health and wellness. We came in third place for healthiest employers in the 2-149 Employees category.

view more»
Take the Best for Rhode Island Challenge
7/31/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

The Best for Rhode Island Challenge is a statewide initiative of Social Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) that “encourages businesses to assess and improve their community impact.” “People want to do business with companies that care about social good,” said Britt Page, program director. “It’s good for businesses to work toward these goals.”

view more»
Get to Know Groov-Pin: Mark Ciuba
7/10/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Mark Ciuba, Groov-Pin's sales manager, celebrated his 35th anniversary with the company last month. He began his career at Groov-Pin in 1983 after answering an ad in the newspaper. "I had never been in a manufacturing facility before," he said. "Seeing the machines run and seeing the parts being made, there was something about it that clicked for me."

view more»
Groov-Pin Named a 2018 Healthiest Employer in Rhode Island
7/9/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Groov-Pin was recognized in PBN's Healthiest Employers in Rhode Island program for 2018. Healthiest Employers “recognizes employers who have implemented worksite Health & Wellness programs and have shown a commitment to employee health and safety.” Learn how we assist employees to continuously prioritize their physical, mental, and financial health. 

view more»
Groov-Pin's 10,000-Step Challenge
6/15/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Groov-Pin’s Walk to Wellness walking program (in partnership with United Healthcare) is a major component of our employee wellness program. This summer, we are challenging employees to take steps to better health with three walks ranging in length with different goals and prizes.

view more»
Groov-Pin to Attend IMS 2018
6/6/18  |  Lauren Ciuba

Groov-Pin will attend the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) on June 12 and 13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. IMS 2018 is part of Microwave Week and will feature over 500 exhibiting companies from the RF/Microwave Connector industry.

view more»