The foundation of Layton’s workplace culture was laid when we opened our doors in 1953. Since day one we’ve nurtured a safe yet challenging environment, driven by a team-player mentality that demands personal accountability from each employee. We also encourage forthright communication at all levels, whether it’s from our corporate executives down or our craftsmen on the jobsite. These are the traits that through our 59 years our clients, partners and employees have come to appreciate and expect from Layton.
Like any other industry, construction is constantly changing. Layton strives to keep ahead of the curve by devoting substantial time and resources to employee training as technology improves, processes become more refined and building standards change. Through certifications in programs like LEED® and Rescue CPR, or training in crane-rigging, Building Information Modeling (BIM) or various other areas, there’s plenty of opportunity for employees to grow and advance within Layton.
The Layton Companies embraces federal employment guidelines regarding equal opportunity and affirmative action.
It is the policy of The Layton Companies to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants and employees. The Layton Companies is an affirmative action employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status in any condition of employment including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, training and promotion.
All employees are expected to conform with this policy. Any employee found to have violated the policy of equal employment opportunity shall be subject to disciplinary action, which may include discharge. In this manner, we hope to insure a work environment which provides equal opportunity for all.