Realizing Employee Potential

Range’s continued growth and success depends on attracting and retaining high-quality, solutions-driven employees. Our employees are expected to make a difference both individually and collaboratively – and they are rewarded for shared success. We recognize that our land holdings and operational efficiencies are only as strong as the human capital that we retain and grow. This is why we will continue to invest in the professional and personal health and development of our employees. Over the past four years, Range employee turnover has averaged 45 percent below our peer group average.

Every full-time Range employee is provided an opportunity to be a company shareholder through our equity award program. To help promote a shareholder perspective, we have granted equity awards to virtually all of our full-time employees for more than 20 years. Our employees are expected to perform their duties with the perspective and care of a principal, because they actually are principals.

The overall health and wellness of our employees is important to our success. Accordingly, we offer site-specific wellness programs, and most of our offices offer access to parks, sidewalks, trails and other recreational activities that promote a healthy lifestyle. Additional benefits for Range employees include:

  • Regular educational and training opportunities to help advance their careers and keep them safe.
  • Contributions to encourage healthy living, partially covering costs for health club enrollment and monthly membership fees, and reimbursement for costs associated with recreational sports leagues like softball, hockey, volleyball and golf.
  • Flexible schedules year round. 

As a result of our commitment to our employees, Range has received many accolades including being named Best Place to Work by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce in consecutive years. In 2018, Range was voted the "Best Place To Work In Washington County" for 'a second year and won overall Best Business in Washington County during the Observer-Reporter Newspaper's Best of the Best contest.