Perks of Working at CulpIt is their goal to attract and retain the best talent in the area. That's why they have worked hard to ensure their compensation package is best of class. And, it gets even better as you do. Joining their team will be personally and professionally rewarding.
Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods
High Point, NC
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On average, employees at Culp stay with the company for 3.0 years. Employees most commonly join Culp after leaving Wells Fargo. When they leave Culp, they most frequently get their next job at University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
|Average Length of Employment|
Glen Raven3.9 years
Rockland Industries3.6 years
The HC Companies3.4 years
|Top Employers Before Culp|
Wells Fargo17.3 %
U.S. Bank6.7 %
|Top Employers After Culp|
Wells Fargo9.1 %
U.S. Bank6.1 %
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