Fifth-largest publicly traded natural gas company in the country, Spire serves over 1.7 million customers every day across Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Wyoming and Missouri. With that number of lives depending on the company, Spire is truly dedicated to understanding each customers' needs and goals. The company is committed to growing organically, investing in infrastructure and advancing through innovation to transform and grow the business.
Integrity is behind everything they do at Spire because they want to do more than just serve their customers. The company strives to change the energy space starting with its employees. They're all committed to doing what's right. That's why at Spire their mission is to
Answer every challenge, advance every community and enrich every life through the strength of our energy.
Spire is working hard to make the world a place where energy improves people's lives. In order to successfully carry this out, the team is made up of people who are motivated, innovative and collaborative. They tackle every challenge that's thrown their way, come up with innovative ideas to advance communities and improve lives through the energy they provide.
The company believes that the energy that is going into every community is what determines if people are thriving in their lives. So Spire invests its time and resources into people, organizations and initiatives that are all about making the world a better place. Last year alone the company raised $5 million to put toward advancing communities it serves. It also gave $1.3 million to United Way.
Through Spire Serves, the company's corporate social responsibility program, Spire supports organizations that fuel stronger, more vibrant communities all for the good of businesses, partners, families and neighbors. In addition, the company gives the community the option of giving back through its DollarHelp initiative. If customers check the red box on their gas bill, they donate a dollar to help their neighbors and community stay warm during the winter.
The team at Spire is one that is recognized and valued for all of its talents, contributions, backgrounds, perspectives and opinions. And that's because Spire has found that the more satisfied employees are in the workplace the more engaged they'll be in driving business results. The company embraces diversity and inclusion to improve collaboration, enhance engagement and productivity and inspire creativity.
At Spire, they believe that what makes you different makes the company better as a whole. And that's how they're able to give their best to each other, their customers and the communities they serve. Spire believes the team's collective energy is what moves the company forward. The way Spire moves toward a more diverse and inclusive work culture is by:
You probably know that in order to deliver the best-in-class service and product to customers, you need a strong, high-performing team behind it. That's exactly what the Spire team aspires toward every day. They play on each other's best strengths and learn to excel at their work. It doesn't matter where you're working within the company, everyone is working for people.
"I love the people that I work with. I feel fortunate that each day I get to work alongside people who feel like family," said Brandon Gray, Utility Meter Reader. "Spire is a great company. Getting hired here changed my life. It's motivating to be part of a team that's constantly looking for ways to improve and, more importantly, serve our community. It's always rewarding to go home at the end of the day knowing you made a difference to so many customers."
Gray isn't the only employee who enjoys the people he works with. In fact, many other employees echo his thoughts because of the pride every employee takes in their work every day. "The stability of the company and the ability to grow as a person and a professional has enabled me to fulfill my career at the same company for all these years," said Gery Gorla, Vice President of Human Resources. "It's a great company to work for because our work is challenging, yet rewarding."
The Organization’s MissionAnswer every challenge, advance every community and enrich every life through the strength of our energy.
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Spire Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Spire stay with the company for 2.6 years. Employees most commonly join Spire after leaving Wells Fargo. When they leave Spire, they most frequently get their next job at Wells Fargo.
|Average Length of Employment|
Alabama Gas8.9 years
American Water Works3.4 years
|Top Employers Before Spire|
Wells Fargo10.6 %
|Top Employers After Spire|
Wells Fargo8.6 %
The AES7.1 %
ProTom International7.1 %
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