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Employee Perspectives

EMPLOYEES

Employees

Employee Perspectives

EMPLOYEES

Employees

Employee Perspectives

EMPLOYEES

Employees

Employee Perspectives

EMPLOYEES

Employees

Employee Perspectives

A WORKPLACE THAT FEELS LIKE FAMILY

We cover responsibilities for each other when necessary. We trust each other, seek the same goals, and “peer pressure” each other into doing more and better. And we care for each other—when our controller of 30 years passed away in May 2016 he asked to see us all in his final hours. The experience level among all of us is amazing, so if we have a personal or business problem, chances are someone will help find a solution. We rarely have staff turnover.

Like-family
Lunch-together

WE EAT LUNCH TOGETHER EVERY WORK DAY

We take turns bringing a homemade lunch for everyone else each Monday through Thursday. We vote on whether it’s a repeat recipe—if so, we put it back in the rotation. The bosses buy lunch for us on Fridays. Steven said, “They allowed me to be guest chef once. I made shrimp salad with couscous. Long, hard, and painful. What was I thinking?!” One of the office staff remarked, “He hasn’t volunteered again. He’s just a guest eater now.”

AH! SPA DAYS…

Once a year the company treats the ladies in the office to the spa. We relax, drink, laugh, get facials and massages and pedicures, eat lunch, and hang out at the pool. The men in the office handle the phones. One year Steven texted, “I’m answering phones like a four-handed Lily Tomlin. Enjoy your day!”
Spa-days

A WORKPLACE THAT FEELS LIKE FAMILY

We cover responsibilities for each other when necessary. We trust each other, seek the same goals, and “peer pressure” each other into doing more and better. And we care for each other—when our controller of 30 years passed away in May 2016 he asked to see us all in his final hours. The experience level among all of us is amazing, so if we have a personal or business problem, chances are someone will help find a solution. We rarely have staff turnover.

Like-family
WE EAT LUNCH TOGETHER EVERY WORK DAY
We take turns bringing a homemade lunch for everyone else each Monday through Thursday. We vote on whether it’s a repeat recipe—if so, we put it back in the rotation. The bosses buy lunch for us on Fridays. Steven said, “They allowed me to be guest chef once. I made shrimp salad with couscous. Long, hard, and painful. What was I thinking?!” One of the office staff remarked, “He hasn’t volunteered again. He’s just a guest eater now.”
Lunch-together
AH! SPA DAYS…
Once a year the company treats the ladies in the office to the spa. We relax, drink, laugh, get facials and massages and pedicures, eat lunch, and hang out at the pool. The men in the office handle the phones. One year Steven texted, “I’m answering phones like a four-handed Lily Tomlin. Enjoy your day!”
Spa-days

A WORKPLACE THAT FEELS LIKE FAMILY

A WORKPLACE THAT FEELS LIKE FAMILY

We cover responsibilities for each other when necessary. We trust each other, seek the same goals, and “peer pressure” each other into doing more and better. And we care for each other—when our controller of 30 years passed away in May 2016 he asked to see us all in his final hours. The experience level among all of us is amazing, so if we have a personal or business problem, chances are someone will help find a solution. We rarely have staff turnover.

We cover responsibilities for each other when necessary. We trust each other, seek the same goals, and “peer pressure” each other into doing more and better. And we care for each other—when our controller of 30 years passed away in May 2016 he asked to see us all in his final hours. The experience level among all of us is amazing, so if we have a personal or business problem, chances are someone will help find a solution. We rarely have staff turnover.

Like-family
WE EAT LUNCH TOGETHER EVERY WORK DAY
WE EAT LUNCH TOGETHER EVERY WORK DAY
We take turns bringing a homemade lunch for everyone else each Monday through Thursday. We vote on whether it’s a repeat recipe—if so, we put it back in the rotation. The bosses buy lunch for us on Fridays. Steven said, “They allowed me to be guest chef once. I made shrimp salad with couscous. Long, hard, and painful. What was I thinking?!” One of the office staff remarked, “He hasn’t volunteered again. He’s just a guest eater now.”
We take turns bringing a homemade lunch for everyone else each Monday through Thursday. We vote on whether it’s a repeat recipe—if so, we put it back in the rotation. The bosses buy lunch for us on Fridays. Steven said, “They allowed me to be guest chef once. I made shrimp salad with couscous. Long, hard, and painful. What was I thinking?!” One of the office staff remarked, “He hasn’t volunteered again. He’s just a guest eater now.”
Lunch-together
AH! SPA DAYS…
AH! SPA DAYS…
Once a year the company treats the ladies in the office to the spa. We relax, drink, laugh, get facials and massages and pedicures, eat lunch, and hang out at the pool. The men in the office handle the phones. One year Steven texted, “I’m answering phones like a four-handed Lily Tomlin. Enjoy your day!”
Once a year the company treats the ladies in the office to the spa. We relax, drink, laugh, get facials and massages and pedicures, eat lunch, and hang out at the pool. The men in the office handle the phones. One year Steven texted, “I’m answering phones like a four-handed Lily Tomlin. Enjoy your day!”
Spa-days
Employee
This is the best place I’ve ever worked in my life—the best people I’ve ever worked with!
Employee
We laugh a lot. Visitors to our office have often said, ‘You guys have the funnest office ever!’
Employee

Some clients become like family. Once a client visited the site on her birthday. I laid a tablecloth over a stack of drywall with a vase of flowers and a cake with candles. The drywallers and I sang Happy Birthday. She cried.

Employee
We are given freedom to do our jobs. We are trusted to make decisions appropriate to our level of responsibility. Our bosses’ doors are always open if we need help with those decisions.
Employees
Employees
One thing I’m proud about is the fact that I’ve maintained friendships with the homeowners of the last four homes that I’ve completed. They call me just to talk.
Employees
Ronnie, Steven, Josh, and Kevin take care of us. They are generous. Several of us have had deaths or major illnesses in our families, and they’ve given us time off and helped with meals.
Cary-Klein
CARY KLEIN
Cary was our controller and CFO for 30 years and a very important cog in our corporate wheel. He interfaced with almost everyone individually on a variety of matters. At his funeral in 2016 Steven said, “If the women of our office are the heart and soul of our company, Cary was the financial backbone.” He played a critical role in getting us to where we are today.
Employees
We are very honest. If a client wants to see copies of every invoice, they get them. We are an open book. Like in the ‘good old days,’ we stand by a handshake.
Employee
Employee
We’re expected to get our work done and do our absolute best—even if that means working until 8:00 at night. But if our work is done and we want to leave at 2:00, they say, ‘Go have fun! Go to the beach. Relax.’
Employees
Employee
Employees
Before this job, no boss had thanked me for working hard. Ever. But here after rough weeks I’ve received emails on Saturdays from my boss: ‘Thank you for everything you did this week. You did a really great job.’
Employees
Employee
We can never thank Josh, Kevin, Ron, and Steven enough for the atmosphere they create, and the examples they are. We work hard because they work hard.
Employee
Employees
Employee
This is the best place I’ve ever worked in my life—the best people I’ve ever worked with!
Employee
We laugh a lot. Visitors to our office have often said, ‘You guys have the funnest office ever!’
Employee

Some clients become like family. Once a client visited the site on her birthday. I laid a tablecloth over a stack of drywall with a vase of flowers and a cake with candles. The drywallers and I sang Happy Birthday. She cried.

Employee
We are given freedom to do our jobs. We are trusted to make decisions appropriate to our level of responsibility. Our bosses’ doors are always open if we need help with those decisions.
Employees
Employees
One thing I’m proud about is the fact that I’ve maintained friendships with the homeowners of the last four homes that I’ve completed. They call me just to talk.
Ronnie, Steven, Josh, and Kevin take care of us. They are generous. Several of us have had deaths or major illnesses in our families, and they’ve given us time off and helped with meals.
Employees
Cary-Klein
CARY KLEIN
Cary was our controller and CFO for 30 years and a very important cog in our corporate wheel. He interfaced with almost everyone individually on a variety of matters. At his funeral in 2016 Steven said, “If the women of our office are the heart and soul of our company, Cary was the financial backbone.” He played a critical role in getting us to where we are today.
Employees
We are very honest. If a client wants to see copies of every invoice, they get them. We are an open book. Like in the ‘good old days,’ we stand by a handshake.
Employee
We’re expected to get our work done and do our absolute best—even if that means working until 8:00 at night. But if our work is done and we want to leave at 2:00, they say, ‘Go have fun! Go to the beach. Relax.’
Employee
Employees
Employee
Employees
Before this job, no boss had thanked me for working hard. Ever. But here after rough weeks I’ve received emails on Saturdays from my boss: ‘Thank you for everything you did this week. You did a really great job.’
Employees
Employee
Employee
We can never thank Josh, Kevin, Ron, and Steven enough for the atmosphere they create, and the examples they are. We work hard because they work hard.
Employees
Employee
This is the best place I’ve ever worked in my life—the best people I’ve ever worked with!
We laugh a lot. Visitors to our office have often said, ‘You guys have the funnest office ever!’
Employee
Employee

Some clients become like family. Once a client visited the site on her birthday. I laid a tablecloth over a stack of drywall with a vase of flowers and a cake with candles. The drywallers and I sang Happy Birthday. She cried.

Employees
We are given freedom to do our jobs. We are trusted to make decisions appropriate to our level of responsibility. Our bosses’ doors are always open if we need help with those decisions.
Employee
Employees
One thing I’m proud about is the fact that I’ve maintained friendships with the homeowners of the last four homes that I’ve completed. They call me just to talk.
Ronnie, Steven, Josh, and Kevin take care of us. They are generous. Several of us have had deaths or major illnesses in our families, and they’ve given us time off and helped with meals.
Employees
Employee
This is the best place I’ve ever worked in my life—the best people I’ve ever worked with!
Employee
We laugh a lot. Visitors to our office have often said, ‘You guys have the funnest office ever!’
Employee

Some clients become like family. Once a client visited the site on her birthday. I laid a tablecloth over a stack of drywall with a vase of flowers and a cake with candles. The drywallers and I sang Happy Birthday. She cried.

Employees
One thing I’m proud about is the fact that I’ve maintained friendships with the homeowners of the last four homes that I’ve completed. They call me just to talk.
Employee
We are given freedom to do our jobs. We are trusted to make decisions appropriate to our level of responsibility. Our bosses’ doors are always open if we need help with those decisions.
Employees
Ronnie, Steven, Josh, and Kevin take care of us. They are generous. Several of us have had deaths or major illnesses in our families, and they’ve given us time off and helped with meals.
Employees
Cary-Klein
CARY KLEIN
Cary was our controller and CFO for 30 years and a very important cog in our corporate wheel. He interfaced with almost everyone individually on a variety of matters. At his funeral in 2016 Steven said, “If the women of our office are the heart and soul of our company, Cary was the financial backbone.” He played a critical role in getting us to where we are today.
Employees
We are very honest. If a client wants to see copies of every invoice, they get them. We are an open book. Like in the ‘good old days,’ we stand by a handshake.
Employee
Employee
We’re expected to get our work done and do our absolute best—even if that means working until 8:00 at night. But if our work is done and we want to leave at 2:00, they say, ‘Go have fun! Go to the beach. Relax.’
Employees
Employee
Before this job, no boss had thanked me for working hard. Ever. But here after rough weeks I’ve received emails on Saturdays from my boss: ‘Thank you for everything you did this week. You did a really great job.’
Employees
Employees
Employee
Employee
We can never thank Josh, Kevin, Ron, and Steven enough for the atmosphere they create, and the examples they are. We work hard because they work hard.
Employees
Employees
We are very honest. If a client wants to see copies of every invoice, they get them. We are an open book. Like in the ‘good old days,’ we stand by a handshake.
Employee
Employee
We’re expected to get our work done and do our absolute best—even if that means working until 8:00 at night. But if our work is done and we want to leave at 2:00, they say, ‘Go have fun! Go to the beach. Relax.’
Employees
Employee
Employees
Before this job, no boss had thanked me for working hard. Ever. But here after rough weeks I’ve received emails on Saturdays from my boss: ‘Thank you for everything you did this week. You did a really great job.’
Employees
Employee
Employee
We can never thank Josh, Kevin, Ron, and Steven enough for the atmosphere they create, and the examples they are. We work hard because they work hard.
Employees