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Eddie Mauro owns UIG - a family property insurance business based in Iowa. In 2008 the recession devastated the financial sector. Mauro didn’t lay off any workers. Eddie Mauro took a pay cut rather than lay-off a single employee. Eddie Mauro has promoted women in leadership roles.

At UIG, his family property insurance business, 65% of his executives and office directors are women. Plus, he provided Paid Sick & Family Leave and Equal Pay for Equal Work before it was the norm.

When the recession hit, the company Theresa Greenfield helped lead laid-off two-thirds of their workers, defaulted on loans and ultimately closed shop in Iowa.

 

 

Eddie J. Mauro

  • Eddie Mauro owns UIG - a family property insurance business based in Iowa 2008, the recession devastated the financial sector. Mauro didn’t lay off any workers
  • 85% of UIG employees are women, and 65% of his executive and office directors are women
  • Eddie Mauro provided Paid Sick & Family Leave, Health Benefits and Equal Pay for Equal Work, even during a recession

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Theresa Greenfield

  • In 2008, Theresa Greenfield was the Director of Real Estate at Rottlund Homes, a large multi-state real estate developer and home builder1
  • When the recession hit, Greenfield’s company laid-off two-thirds of their workers, defaulted on loans and ultimately closed shop in Iowa2
  • When Greenfield was leading Rottlund’s Iowa division, they were fined multiple times for safety violations by OSHA3

 

1 https://www.linkedin.com/in/theresagreenfield/
2 https://www.twincities.com/2011/11/16/rottlund-homes-falls-victim-to-housing-bust/
3 (OSHA Inspection 315698159; OSHA Regulation 1926.50); (Department of Labor Enforcement Data Search)
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