One of Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired Companies”
One of Chicago magazine’s “Top 25 Places to Work”
One of Industry Week’s “100 Best Managed Companies”
For over one hundred and ten years, USG has meant building — providing products that help build shelter for the world, building a leadership position in our industry, building strong relationships with our stakeholders and building rewarding careers for employees.
Our products provide high quality, low cost building solutions, and protection from fire, noise, and the elements. Our manufacturing processes are environmentally friendly using 100% recycled paper and synthetic gypsum, a by-product of the process used for reducing power plant emissions. USG, through its subsidiaries and the USG Foundation contribute to many charitable causes, particularly those involved in homelessness, housing, and disaster relief.
We hire people for careers, not jobs. We invest in employees through classroom and on-the-job training. We promote from within wherever possible and we are not afraid to give employees significant responsibility early in their careers. We move people across businesses, functions, and across the country to make the best use of their talents. We have an on-line job posting program to let employees know what opportunities are available in the Company and to match the right person with the right position. USG is a Company in which everyone can reach their full potential, which is why most of our leadership came up through the ranks. Our employees are the best in the industry, which is why USG Corporation is the industry leader year after year!
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