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Juno Culture

Motivation, loyalty, and trust are key to Juno’s positive work environment.

Why Juno Works

The people who comprise Juno Logistics and Juno Customs Solutions are often referred to as a “family.” Our employees enjoy a culture that fosters mutual support, respect, and genuine care for one another– much like can be found at home.

Our diverse group of colleagues celebrate personal milestones and create unique office traditions. We work hard but still have time to have fun together. Associates appreciate management’s open-door policy to address issues and concerns before they become problems. It’s a comfortable working environment because we care about our business, our customers, and most of all– each other.

It’s no wonder Juno was named #7 in “Crain’s 2020 list of the 100 Best Places to Work in Chicago.”

“Our employees enjoy a culture that fosters mutual support, respect, and genuine care for one another...”

Helios Galanis, Customer Experience Manager
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Juno Cares is our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.

At Juno, we understand that our company is only as strong as our collective dedication, talents, values, and principles make us. So, it stands to reason our corporate culture is largely defined by each of us individually and as a whole. Juno Cares is designed to help focus and magnify these attributes to foster a more supportive workplace, a healthier environment, and a better world. One of our goals as a company is to better reflect the kind-hearted and caring nature of our people. Juno Cares is an organic and evolving program designed to do just that.

Working to make a difference as individuals and as a team to help our community and our world!

KI MobilitY & RICK'S RUN/WALK/ROLL

Embodying the spirit of our Juno Cares program, we would like to highlight the great work being done by our valued client, Ki Mobility. On Saturday, August 21, 2021, Ki Mobility hosted the 2nd annual Rick’s Run/Walk/Roll at Pfiffner Pioneer Park in memory of Rick Cisewski and his brother Dan Cisewski. This year the proceeds were donated to the ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter to help find a cure and support family impacted by this disease. With 129 participants, donations from the community and vendors, and the dedication from the team that volunteered from Ki Mobility, the event was a tremendous success! Thank you to everyone that volunteered their time and/or donated to this cause. Be sure to visit the Rick’s Run/Walk/Roll Facebook page to see race dates and updates for the 2022 race.