Pipeline companies, like all organizations coping with the exigencies of the Corona virus, are entertaining new ideas to carry themselves through the rough patch. Boardwalk Pipelines is one such company from Houston, Texas.
The main lesson leaders at Boardwalk Pipelines have taken away from the coronavirus pandemic is that communication and respect in the workplace is a must.
“A good workplace culture should foster an environment in which every employee feels valued, respected, challenged, supported, and safe,” said Mercy Kamps, the senior vice president of human resources, communications and investor relations.
The giving culture that Boardwalk has fostered carries on beyond the workplace. This past year, for example, Boardwalk employees helped build a home for Habitat for Humanity.
As a pipeline company, Boardwalk provides transportation and storage of natural gas and natural gas liquids. The company has about 250 employees with headquarters in Houston and offices in Owensboro, Ky., and Baton Rouge, La.