Investing in Our Workforce

Our business is only as strong as the human capital that we retain and grow. Range’s commitment to building a strong sense of community starts within our internal ranks.

Range employees are expected to make a difference both individually and collectively – and they are rewarded for our collective success. This is why we invest in the professional and personal health and development of our employees through:

  • Regular educational and training opportunities to help advance their careers and keep them safe.
  • Contributions to encourage healthy living, partially covering costs for health membership fees, and reimbursement for costs associated with recreational sports leagues.
  • Flexible year-round schedules and Dress for Your Day Attire Policy.
  • The ability of each employee to use up to two full-days of regular work time to volunteer at a non-profit of their choice.
  • Employee Match program in which donations made by an employee up to a certain amount are matched by the company.
“Our employees are the lifeblood and core to our success as a company, which is why it is so important that we foster a culture where they have the ability to grow and thrive. In addition to attracting and retaining the best talent, we seek to provide opportunities for employees to make meaningful contributions to our business at the enterprise level both within the walls of Range and in the community.”

– Juli Basinger, VP, Human Resources, Range Resources

Award-Winning Culture

Range’s continued growth and success depends on attracting and retaining high-quality employees. We place great importance on fostering a workplace where our employees can thrive. As a result of this commitment, we have received a number of accolades, including:

  • Consistently voted the “Best Place To Work In Washington County.”
  • Awarded overall Best Business in Washington County during the Observer-Reporter Newspaper’s Best of the Best contest.