Career Opportunities

LBP is comprised of thinkers, innovators and industry stewards. We solve problems with intuition and insight. Our entrepreneurial culture has flourished over time and is the core of our culture. To be entrepreneurial by nature is to be optimistic. People with the entrepreneurial spirit don’t spend time thinking about what they can’t do, but instead ask themselves, “How can I?”

LBP’s employees demonstrate a true passion for building something great and our employees motivate themselves to achieve individual and company success. We collaborate in a positive team environment where optimism flourishes and our people are empowered and trusted with the right resources to get the job done well.

Our Benefits

LBP provides a variety of benefits to its eligible employees as part of a comprehensive total compensation package.

Coverage options include:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Prescription
  • 401k Profit Sharing Plan
  • Short-Term Disability
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Term Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off

Coverage is generally effective on the first of the month following 60 days of employment for most plans. Employee contributions may be required for participation in some plans.

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LBP Manufacturing is committed to all employees being paid accurately. To accomplish this goal, the Company uses a time management system (TMS) to collect hours worked in all departments on all shifts and has partnered with leading third-party vendors to provide technology to collect and/or store data for this purpose.  The TMS requires an employee to “log” into the system using hand-scan technology. This technology does not actually collect, or store fingerprints or palm prints but instead, it uses low-level infrared light and optics to scan the size and shape of the user’s hand.  The system converts the three-dimensional scan to an electronic template, which is stored in the TMS database and used to verify the users’ hand template utilizing the user’s ID number.  In this way the system verifies that the person entering the ID number is actually the person logging into the system.

The Company understands that in today’s world, people may be concerned about the security of their personal information.  With this in mind, the Company has carefully selected vendors who share the Company’s commitment to protecting confidential and sensitive information.  The Company will, and its vendors have assured the Company that they will, protect from disclosure, all data obtained through hand-scan technology using the reasonable standard of care within the industry.  The Company’s commitment to employees is that this data will be protected to the same level as any other confidential and sensitive company information.

During an employee’s employment, the TMS data which is processed by vendor(s), is not accessible by any Company representative or by any in-company technology system.  Due to the technology used, it is virtually impossible to restore the template to the original scan of a hand.  Furthermore, the Company and its vendors will not sell, lease, trade, or otherwise profit from an employee’s data.  The Company will not, and the Company’s vendors have assured the Company that they will not, disclose or otherwise disseminate an employee’s data without an employee’s consent unless required by any state or federal law, municipal ordinance, valid warrant, or valid subpoena.

Any employee data collected will be retained during the length of an employee’s employment – provided that the current TMS is maintained.  The Company will take steps through the TMS and vendors to permanently destroy an employee’s data upon the termination of active employment, or upon any one-year period of inactive employment status but in no event more than 3 years following termination of employment. This policy is intended to comply with all federal, state, and local laws, and will be interpreted and applied in order to comply with all applicable laws.  If you have any questions about this policy, including – how the hand-scan technology works, how the hand-scan technology is used, or how the TMS interfaces with the payroll process, please contact your Human Resources Specialist.