We answer that question with Salas O’Brien’s “Ownership Values.” These values describe, under the headings of “Expect Leadership, Expect Results, Expect Relationships,” what it means to be an owner of Salas O’Brien. And though we’re not perfect, we hold ourselves accountable to these values and believe they are the reason clients can “expect a difference” from us.
Here’s a brief summary of the Ownership Values values and how they influence life at Salas O’Brien. If you’re interested, we’d love for you to read the whole thing and let us know what you think.
- They Establish Our Leadership Culture. Salas O’Brien is a company of leaders, where people take responsibility for their projects because they know that whatever part they play has a direct impact on the success of our company. We’re all in it together financially and are passionate about encouraging each others’ growth, living with energy and integrity, and contributing meaningfully to our communities.
- They Keep Us Focused on Results. Salas O’Brien does work across the country for a wide variety of clients. Our Ownership Values are a constant reminder of how we focus on continuous improvement, tailor designs for each client and situation, and maintain a healthy firm for the long term.
- They Remind Us that Relationships Are Everything. Salas O’Brien is a group of people who love to work hard and have fun together. We’re direct with everyone, yet in a positive and encouraging manner. We love rewarding each other’s accomplishments—and we especially love recruiting great new people to join our team.
When we tell people about Salas O’Brien and the values we live by, we often get incredulous stares. But it’s true—a firm like this really does exist, and we’re eager to put our technical expertise to work solving your thorniest problems.
While we’re at it, if you’re looking to join an amazing firm and can see yourself as an employee-owner, we’d love to talk. Even if our open positions don’t match what you’re currently looking for, we still want to hear from you. We’re more focused on finding the right people than on checking boxes on a job description.