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Hagie Manufacturing is a leader in the agricultural industry in providing crop protection solutions to customers in the form of high clearance sprayers. For more than 65 years the Hagie family has operated Hagie Manufacturing with integrity, putting the company and employees' best interests ahead of their own. This has led to Hagie Manufacturing being certified by WorldBlu as Most Democratic Workplaces in 2014 and being recognized as #6 Top Workplace in Iowa for 2013.
Bryan Hrnicek - Lead Controls Engineer
4354 Days
“I enjoy working for Hagie because I get to directly interact with all facets of the process of getting our customers a great machine!”
Hagie is one of many organizations across the world
to make the WorldBlu 2016 list. This makes it 3 consecutive years.

The WorldBlu survey evaluates an organization’s practice of ten democratic principles including transparency, integrity, dialogue and listening, accountability and choice on leadership, individualism, systems, and processes. Based entirely on employee feedback, this groundbreaking global award shines a spotlight on visionary organizations that practice successful organizational democracy.

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"Hagie practices the principle of Reflection + Evaluation by holding a company-wide meeting every Monday to look at what happened in the past week and to plan for the upcoming week. The meeting is informational and inspirational. Leaders take time to inform as well as fire up the team for the week ahead. Additionally, they hold a monthly meeting to celebrate wins and welcome new team members."

Top Work Places 2013 Hagie Manufacturing Company
#6

Top Mid-sized Companies in Iowa
Top Work Places 2013

In 2013, we were excited to share that Hagie Mfg. has ranked as the #6 Top Workplace in Iowa! Hagie Mfg.’s continuous efforts to enhance culture have heightened overall employee happiness and contributed a boost in position from the #19 Top Iowa Workplace in 2011, to #11 workplace in 2012, and then #6 in 2013.