Threemile’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

At Threemile, we know our success is created by the strength of our team. 

We rely on the diverse backgrounds and perspectives of our team members to continually improve our business. At all levels, team members are empowered to make their own decisions, to find solutions for our customers, to celebrate team and individual successes, and to be innovative and entrepreneurial. 

We welcome everyone

Threemile has a long history of employing a diverse and inclusive workforce:

  • More than 60 percent of our team members classify themselves as part of the BIPOC community – Black/African American, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American, or Native Hawaiian/ Native Pacific Islander.
  • We have team members at the beginning of their careers or nearing retirement, with ages spanning from 18 to 70+.
  • We have team members from more than ten different countries. We provide on-site English language instruction as needed and provide company information in multiple languages on site.
  • Our diversity is enriched by providing opportunity in our recruitment efforts to those in other cultures through 3 different visa programs:
    • H2A visas to seasonal workers.
    • TN visas to college graduates from Mexico to work as professionals.
    • Sponsored permanent resident visas for foreign national team members with their families.

The path forward

We are proud of our history and our culture of diversity, but we know we can do more. We will continue to foster an inclusive workforce into the future, and continually look for ways to improve. Our goals include:

  • Ensure every team member feels valued and understands their voices are heard.
  • Enforce strict no-tolerance policy for racism or discrimination at Threemile.
  • Provide equitable opportunities for every team member to contribute and grow within the business.
  • Strive for gender balance on our team and in leadership, through fair and equitable advancement opportunities and flexible work policies.
  • Continue our partnership with United Farm Workers to ensure equitable compensation, benefits and team member support programs.
  • Build cultural awareness around inclusion and diversity by celebrating events that are meaningful to our team members.
  • Hold ourselves accountable through routine review of our diversity and inclusion practices and share successes and challenges with our team members.