JASPER Ranked Among Forbes List of Best Employers

JASPER Ranked Among Forbes List of Best Employers

Jasper Engines & Transmissions ranked 30th out of 73 Indiana employers with 500+ employees that Forbes recognized.

Jasper Engines & Transmissions was named as one of America’s Best Employers by State for 2023 by Forbes magazine. It’s the first time Jasper has been named to this list, and the third time the company achieved a Forbes ranking.

Jasper ranked 30th out of 73 Indiana employers with more than 500 employees that Forbes recognized. In the automotive and suppliers sector, Jasper ranked fourth of nine Indiana-based companies. A total of 1,392 companies made at least one state list.

“Jasper Engines and Transmissions is proud to be named as one of the best employers in the state of Indiana,” said President Matt Weinzapfel. “Congratulations to each of our associate-owners for earning this recognition. The award is a great testament to the work our associate-owners have done to grow and improve their company, and the commitment they have made to maintaining a safe, clean and friendly work environment.”

The 2023 Forbes list was based on an independent survey conducted by the market research company Statista. The anonymous survey asked 70,000 employees across the country if they would recommend their employer to others, and to evaluate their employer based on company image, working conditions, potential for development, diversity and compensation packages.

Jasper Engines & Transmissions has been remanufacturing products since 1942 and is one of the nation’s largest remanufacturers of gas and diesel engines, transmissions, differentials, rear axle assemblies, marine engines, sterndrives, performance engines, air and fuel components and electric motors.

Jasper Engine’s parent company, Jasper Holdings, Inc., is looking for other U.S. headquartered businesses to join its diversified 100% ESOP.

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