Today, that philosophy is evident in everything we do. Our 100% Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) means that every single employee is an owner. Personally invested and fully committed, ISGers are encouraged to operate like we own it...because we do.
We believe in the power of passion-driven teamwork.
That teamwork extends to our relationships with our clients.
No one is just a cog in a machine at ISG. On every project our clients work directly with an ISG owner that is accountable and personally responsible for project outcomes.
The result? We approach each project with the client’s best interests top of mind and their projects benefit from the collective brainpower and expertise of a fully engaged team.
What you will get:
"Employee ownership leads to increased accountability and teamwork because when the company succeeds, we all benefit. Our success is truly in our hands!"
When we say we are #Allin, we mean it. As an employee owner, you will directly benefit from your hard work and our fast-paced culture. But these perks come with a lot of accountability. We set a high bar and expect each other to show up every day with a growth mindset and an eagerness to get it done, together. It isn’t for everyone but for those up for the challenge, it’s worth it.
You won’t be on your own, either. You’ll have the opportunity to work in a collaborative studio environment with project-based mentorship, performance coaching, and career development opportunities.
While you’re building your career, you’ll also be building investment wealth for your future.
A 2017 NCEO study found being in an ESOP was associated with 92% higher median household net wealth, 33% higher median income from wages, and 53% longer median job tenure.
ISG will host the second annual Future of Southern Minnesota Lakes Conference at the Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center in Mankato, Minnesota. The conference will open on Friday evening, April 12, with a fireside chat featuring writer and host of the television show "Minnesota Bound," Ron Schara. The evening is an exclusive opportunity for conference attendees to share stories about Minnesota’s natural resources and learn from one another in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Clay County Board of Supervisors (County) knew they needed to address facility repairs in their Administration Building, Courthouse, and General Services Center. While maintaining public buildings does not generate excitement, County leaders recognized that deferring upkeep of public facilities can cost more in the long run if left unaddressed and may result in limiting other more impactful projects.
In the land of 10,000 lakes, Minnesotans love to live near and play in our abundant water systems. But the effects of population growth, land use development, and climate change pose challenges within floodplain areas, contributing to persistent flooding issues.
As a national leader in urban stormwater, rural surface water, water quality and planning, and natural resource management, ISG is excited to announce the following leadership role changes within the firm’s Water business unit, effective immediately.