Packing lunches is their super power

What do you do when you have right at two hundred mouths to feed each day for lunch and need help preparing all those lunches? You turn to a highly-skilled team of experts. That is where Amber Smart, Kelli Mann, Katie Smith and Alicia Greninger come in. During the day these Williams employees take care … Continue reading Packing lunches is their super power

Tulsa employees build Habitat house to support colleague

When a food service worker in Williams’ Tulsa headquarters expressed a desire to acquire her own home through Habitat for Humanity, our employees jumped at the chance to help this friend who has served us for years in the lunch line and in catering services throughout the building. “I really appreciate all my friends from Williams … Continue reading Tulsa employees build Habitat house to support colleague

Competitive swimming is a family affair in Wyoming

With the large number of lakes, ponds, creeks and rivers running through Wyoming, and with drowning being the number two cause of death in the U.S., the ability to swim is an essential life skill. This is a skill that Timer Penrod, senior operations technician in Douglas, WY, and his family take seriously. Penrod and … Continue reading Competitive swimming is a family affair in Wyoming

Barnett team raises funds, spirits for colleague’s wife battling cancer

Being a private person, Pete Dominguez didn’t say much when his wife Karen was diagnosed in February with a form of cancer known as multiple myeloma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. It is Karen’s third battle with cancer over their 36 years of marriage. As one of the supervisors of Operations in the Barnett Shale, Pete allowed … Continue reading Barnett team raises funds, spirits for colleague’s wife battling cancer

Rodeo tests skill and speed of op tech cowboy

By day, Joe James performs calibrations and checks plates on natural gas measurement equipment as an operations technician for Williams. On the weekends – mostly in the summer months – he’s roping calves at rodeos throughout the Rocky Mountains competing in tie-down roping events. This year, Joe qualified for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Mountain … Continue reading Rodeo tests skill and speed of op tech cowboy

Honoring our veterans on Veterans Day

On this Veterans Day, Williams honors all employees who serve or have served our country in the armed forces. Williams values the experience, discipline and skill set that comes from serving in the military, said Paul Boyett, director, Talent Acquisition. “About one in 10 Williams employees is a military veteran, and Williams thanks them for … Continue reading Honoring our veterans on Veterans Day

Proud to Support our Veterans and Active Duty Military Employees

About the Author: Hi, I’m Paige Cole, and I manage and execute our employment brand strategies through social media outreach and marketing. I work closely with our Talent Acquisition team to help identify and promote key job opportunities across the U.S. and Canada. I hope you will follow Williams on LinkedIn. Williams has a long history of working … Continue reading Proud to Support our Veterans and Active Duty Military Employees

Congratulations to the Lamberts on their new home

Recently, Williams employees from the Canton, Ohio office were on hand to hand over the keys to a home built for a family in the community, in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity of Stark and Carroll counties. Our dedicated employees spent the last several months working to build an energy efficient home, side by side … Continue reading Congratulations to the Lamberts on their new home

Our appearance on “Behind the Headlines”

Recently, Mike Atchie and Scott Carney from Williams’ Community Outreach team appeared on “Behind the Headlines,” a television production of the Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy. Mike and Scott discussed our company’s work in the northeast and provided information about our focus on safety in our operations. “Behind the Headlines” appears on Comcast cable … Continue reading Our appearance on “Behind the Headlines”