Mountain View Strives to Create a Successful Workplace Through Core Values and Employee Growth.
When the family established Mountain View, there wasn’t a local company specializing in post-frame buildings, which led the company to identify this niche early on. Eicher explained that the company developed the rest of Mountain View’s offerings based on the community’s needs.
“We want the community to know we take pride in the products we manufacture and sell and strive to uphold our vision,” he said.
That vision includes the company’s commitment to providing full healthcare benefits to its employees. This change has been overwhelmingly positive and has improved the employees’ quality of life both in and out of work.
Mountain View continues to show its commitment to its employees’ growth and development by hiring a business coach, Colby B. Jubenville, Ph.D., who offers valuable insights, challenges, and ideas for enhancing productivity and efficiency.
Additionally, the company has constructed a new lumber shed this year, expanding its service offerings to customers with the inclusion of engineered wood.
When asked about the change, Eicher stated, “Healthcare is vitally important to the well-being of our employees. It was something they asked for and was a priority for us. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and we look forward to continuing to improve their quality of life both in and out of work.”
Eicher, who was born and raised in a rural area in Ontario, Canada, brings a strong work ethic and community-minded values to his company. He met and married his wife, Emily, when he moved to Illinois in 2003. They now reside in Belvidere with their three children, family dog, Clyde, and a love for cooking and the outdoors.