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What are the values your company upholds that makes them employers you would want to work for?

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Brett’s Answer

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My company holds honesty and integrity at the core of who we are. I can relate well to this as these are my guiding principles in life. Be honest in your dealings with others and never compromise your integrity. I have been with the same company for almost nine years and this along with amazing coworkers make my career that much easier to manage.
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Melissa’s Answer

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Integrity. I'm thankful that my company keeps integrity in doing business at the forefront of who we are.
When I question something in my day to day dealings, it is easy for me to choose the best path because we do what is right for our employees, and what is right for our customers.
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Anthony’s Answer

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My company's five values are the following:

1. Bold

2. Accountable

3. Authentic

4. Passionate

5. Connected

I think all 5 of these values are well represented at my organization and have kept me coming back. At the end of the day, there are companies who live out there values and ones that just put them on their website. Make sure you align yourself to an organization that actually lives them up!!
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Steve’s Answer

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My company has many great values that have kept me working here for over 22 years. The biggest is around integrity and ensuring that we are ethical, even when no one is watching! Teamwork is very important as we work in teams and involve others often. This builds confidence and allows us to help our customers more efficiently. Others are most important and we focus on our customers! I feel valued and that is why I enjoy working here most of all!
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Aaron’s Answer

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At Fannie Mae, we are all about putting people in homes! What better mission could you have but helping people to buy a home? I love what we do, and how we do our best to make the customer the center of everything that we are trying to accomplish.
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Ryan’s Answer

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Hi Jayda,

Excellent question. At AppDynamics, they put lots of effort into inclusion and diversity. These are terms that are thrown around a lot lately.

There is a lot of effort into showcasing different cultures and values by hosting hour long sessions from people from all walks of life. They get to share their personal experiences and how they were able to overcome those to become the professional they are today.

These stories really open eyes into the struggles people had. There is a website called Glassdoor where you can do research on a specific company to see what current and former employees have said about what is was like working there.
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Dawn’s Answer

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Hi Jayda -

There are several for me personally. As a US Army veteran it was important for me to work for a company who made a commitment to hire talented veterans.

Standing for equality. Equality should guide every interaction withy our customers, your communities and one another.

Giving back by supporting nonprofit efforts that foster inclusion and create opportunities for diverse populations.

These are just a few.

- Dawn
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Donna’s Answer

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Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships, dedication to every client's success, and innovation that matters - for our company and the word.
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Rebecca’s Answer

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My company values are Bold, Passionate, Accountable, Connected, and Authentic. My coworkers live these values every single day, and for that reason, it's been an amazing company to work for! All of the employees know what our values are and the leadership team references them all the time.

When you are interviewing for a job, I recommend looking up the company values on their website as part of your interview preparation. Make sure they are values that you align with and ask the interviewer how they have witnessed their fellow colleagues living by those values.
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Meghan’s Answer

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My company has been such a great place to work because they encourage everyone to show up as their full selves every day. Additionally, there is a huge value placed on giving back to your broader community as part of your job. For example, I'm spending time during my workday answering questions here because my company is supporting that and encouraging me to spend my time this way this morning. I think this is 100% the right question to be asking - I've found that regardless of the job, I have loved my work so much more and been much more successful when I've been part of a company I truly believe in.
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Pam’s Answer

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My company values diversity, honesty, integrity, and innovation. I love that they encourage a diverse workforce because you reach more customers/people by gaining different perspectives about products. Diverse workforces also give you insight into best marketing practices to appeal to multiple groups.

Pam recommends the following next steps:

  • There are many articles on how diversity benefits the workplace. Google and read a few.
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Pam’s Answer

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My company values diversity, honesty, integrity, and innovation. I love that they encourage a diverse workforce because you reach more customers/people by gaining different perspectives about products. Diverse workforces also give you insight into best marketing practices to appeal to multiple groups.

Pam recommends the following next steps:

  • There are many articles on how diversity benefits the workplace. Google and read a few.
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Matt’s Answer

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One reason I continue to advocate for my employer is their commitment to ensuring that every voice is heard, literally and figuratively, no matter the circumstances around it. Some awesome parts of our corporate value statement include lines like "... make the world in which we work better than it was yesterday" "we run to a crisis, not away" "take action and personal accountability for getting things done" and "ideas live and dire on their merits rather than where they were invented" Whether that involves standing up against cultural/social injustice, reacting to natural/man-made catastrophes, or anything in between, those words are put into action every day and seeing that up close is a good reason to align yourself with a potential employer.
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Shanna’s Answer

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My Employer values their employees and their customers. One of the best benefits that i receive from my employer is opportunities to volunteer in different capacities. I've volunteered in a variety of areas such as working in Salvation Army's garden to grow vegetables for feeding the homeless, packing school supplies for the kids that can't purchase them, sorting and packing food donations, rehabbing homes for veterans and rehabbing homes that were affected by a natural disaster. We've had in house donations for peanut butter drives and coat drives. Another way my employer values their employees we have three days that we can work from home and excellent health benefits to pick from.
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