Why Culture Matters
We all know a great company culture when we feel it. There are plenty of ways a culture can be great, and most of them don’t happen by accident. Why does it matter? It feels like the right thing to do, but it’s not just a “feel good” thing; a great culture is a powerful driver of ROI in the form of everything from employee satisfaction and retention to productivity and customer loyalty.
If the result of good culture is tangible – measurable even – then the investments that drive culture must be as well. For AirPro, that investment is at the core of who we are as a company. A few examples:
- Employee ownership
- Commitment to customers
- Recruiting and rewarding both skill and passion
Company Culture Drives Employee Satisfaction and Productivity
At AirPro, our company culture revolves around a sense of family and pride of ownership. That means that the work itself adds to the sense of belonging, and the satisfaction of serving our customers with quality and excellence together, every single day.
Recently, we captured a video of Machinist Jeremy Ruetz, sharing what motivates him at AirPro. Here is an excerpt of what Jeremy said:
“I’m happier to be here, I’m happier to do a good job for the company, and put a higher quality into our product that we put out the door.”
Related Content: Employee Highlights and Company Culture
Whether you are curious about what it’s like to work here, want to know more about how our employees stay so positive or are just looking for some additional motivation, there’s more to explore. Here are a couple posts/pages that might be of interest: