United States Steel Corporation

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About the Company

Founded in 1901, United States Steel Corporation is a leading steel producer. With an unwavering focus on safety, the company’s customer-centric Best for All℠ strategy is advancing a more secure, sustainable future for U. S. Steel and its stakeholders. With a renewed emphasis on innovation, U. S. Steel serves the automotive, construction, appliance, energy, containers, and packaging industries with high value-added steel products.

Certifications

United States Steel Corporation has received the following certifications.

Top 100 2021
TOP 100
2021
Company Headquarters

Headquarters location:

600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA

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Industry:

Mining & Metals

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Company CEO's name:

David B. Burritt

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Number of employees:

10000 +

Why United States Steel Corporation IS A MOST LOVED WORKPLACE®

Systemic Collaboration

EMPLOYEES COLLABORATE THROUGHOUT OUR COMPANY BY …

Using both traditional and advanced technology tools, we are transforming our workplaces to ensure all employees can collaborate in ways that support our Best for All(SM) strategy, delivering a more sustainable future for all our stakeholders, including our planet.

Positive Vision of the Future

EMPLOYEES AT OUR COMPANY HAVE A POSITIVE VISION FOR THE FUTURE BECAUSE …

We are on a shared, transformational journey. Investments in our people, processes and products have helped U. S. Steel employees experience the changes that enable the more sustainable future envisioned in our Best for All strategy. Seeing is believing, and belief is a powerful motivator.

Company Respect

WE SHOW RESPECT AND ENSURE THAT ALL VOICES ARE HEARD AND IDEAS ARE VALUED THROUGHOUT THE COMPANY BY …

Trust and respect are bedrock S.T.E.E.L. Principles and thus expectations for all employees. We value and embrace our differences and engage employees around common goals to create an environment where every employee can reach their fullest potential and help our company do the same.

Company Support / Killer Outcomes

WE SUPPORT OUR EMPLOYEES IN ACHIEVING THEIR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL GOALS BY …

Fostering a high-performance culture is key to our success. Development opportunities and regular managerial coaching ensure employees reach their professional goals. Our inclusive benefits, community service initiative and Employee Resource Group activities aid employees’ personal growth.

Alignment of Values

OUR COMPANY’S VALUES ARE ALIGNED WITH OUR EMPLOYEES BECAUSE …

Our S.T.E.E.L. Principles date to the early 1900s and one of the first corporate codes of ethics in American business. They articulate timeless values – safety (people & environmental), trust, respect, excellence and accountability – that ensure our people and company always do what’s right.

Company Practices / Love

PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES WE GIVE TO OUR EMPLOYEES THAT CREATE A LOVED WORKPLACE ARE …

We strive to foster a culture of caring through industry-leading safety performance, diverse and collaborative workplaces grounded in respect, and inclusive benefit offerings. Our efforts have recently been recognized by multiple national inclusion and diversity organizations.

CEO Strengths

OUR CEO SERVES AS A MODEL OF OUR COMPANY VALUES BY …

U. S. Steel CEO Dave Burritt views our S.T.E.E.L. Principles as foundational to everything we do. His words and actions create a clear path for employees to follow. Employees are empowered to be bold and move fast but must always do what’s right by following our S.T.E.E.L. Principles.

Benefits

EXAMPLES OF UNIQUE BENEFITS, BONUS, OR COMPENSATION WE PROVIDE ARE …

We offer some of the most progressive, inclusive and comprehensive benefits in our industry, earning our company recognition by multiple national organizations. We also offer incentive compensation programs designed to promote actions that support our values and strategy.

Our response to COVID-19

U. S. Steel instituted numerous measures to combat COVID-19: remote work where possible; social distancing, masking and good hand hygiene among operations employees; robust communications, including around vaccine efficacy; on-site vaccination clinics; and back-up care and tutoring benefits.