Founded in 1988, GlasPro, Inc. is a trusted fabricator of architectural, structural, and decorative custom glass for discerning architects, designers and glaziers. It is our mission to deliver on the expectations of our customers to understand their creative vision and deliver an exceptional product with outstanding customer support.
Located in Santa Fe Springs, California, our facility houses tempering, lamination and fabrication operations all under one roof. Our experienced technicians utilize state-of-the-art equipment in all phases of production. This concentration of resources allows for maximum efficiency and optimal quality control allowing us to offer competitive pricing and fast lead-times.
Medical and Dental Insurance: Full-time GlasPro employees may enroll for medical insurance upon hire – no waiting period. Coverage will take effect the first of the month following employee’s 60th day of employment. Employees may also enroll in the dental insurance which takes effect after employee’s 6th month of employment. Eligible employees may enroll in an employee only, an employee plus children or a family contract on the first of the month after completing their introductory period.
Retirement Plan: Employees will be eligible to participate after 3 months of service with the company.
Vacation Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible for vacation benefits. Employees may use vacation time upon the successful completion of one year of employment.
Paid Holidays: Full-time employees are eligible for six paid holidays after completing their introductory period.
Paid Sick Leave: Employees who work in California for 30 or more days within a year from the commencement of employment are entitled to three days of paid sick leave. GlasPro also offers paid leave for bereavement, jury duty, voting, military obligations, school visitation, and other special situations.
COVID – 19 Pandemic Precautions: GlasPro employees are required to have their temperature checked daily at work, wear a face mask for the duration of their work shift, and stay six feet physically distant from other employees when possible.
Liz Hemsing – Human Resource Generalist