Prioritizing safety is what we do. We place physical, emotional, and mental safety above everything else. Physical safety is our top focus in our manufacturing facilities, and we provide enhanced operator training and operating principles focused on risk assessment and proactive risk reduction strategies.
A Culture of Possibility
We accelerate growth for our global employees by fostering a culture of possibility and cultivating the right people in the right roles with the right skills at the right time.
We’re a company that thrives on continuous improvement, which starts with giving our employees the opportunity to advance their skills and professional acumen. From on-the-job training and stretch assignments to formal development programs and access to a library of self-paced online courses – we offer a variety of learning opportunities that meet the diverse needs of our global workforce.
We value direct employee feedback to help us continuously improve the employee experience. Enhancing communications throughout our global enterprise strengthens employee engagement and supports our mission to attract, retain and reward talented individuals.
We assess our impact on our employees through a company-wide engagement survey because employee engagement and retention are pivotal to long-term organizational success.
We are committed to building and developing a diverse workforce and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Unleash your potential.
As a global leader in specialty materials, Mativ understands that our employees are our most important asset. They generate the ideas, create the innovations, manufacture the products and deliver the services that help solve our customers’ most complex challenges.
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Mativ employee stories
With a career at Mativ, you contribute to the products that contribute to life everywhere in the world.
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