Culture

Culture Matters.

Employee core values and practices define the Fleis & VandenBrink culture. Staff’s individual beliefs and experiences are influenced by family, friends, and the local communities where we live, work, and play. Collectively, our staff blends those individual experiences and beliefs into the Fleis & VandenBrink culture.

The Fleis & VandenBrink culture statement are words that best describe our company. While our culture was started decades ago, the culture statement today serves as a compass during the evolution of our firm and staff.

How Staff Embody Our Culture Statements

"My group does nothing special to communicate; we just simply do. I think part of it comes down to respect and knowing we’re all busy doing different things. If someone needs help, is going on vacation, is simply swamped, etc. we’re good at letting each other know and helping cover each other because that’s what a team is supposed to do. We genuinely like each other so we’re not going to let something fall through the cracks, and instead communicate with each other to help one another."

"Our HR Manager makes sure our employees are taken care of and handles some incredibly stressful situations with grace and composure. F&V definitely hired good people when we brought our HR Manager on board! "

"The Operations Administrative Assistance went above and beyond for a client report. One time the final edits were going up to the last minute and she stayed late, till close to midnight, to help wrap them up and get them printed so it could be delivered on time the following day to the client. She also drove it. Great teamwork to get it completed on time!"

"Our IT Technician is an example of a staff member who definitely listens and establishes friendships throughout the organization. Alex has been an outstanding go-to IT gentleman, who has countless times has listened to our IT laptop issues/concerns, frustrations and has always been very willing to help seek a resolution. He always leaves you with a smile and a story, never making you feel that your concerns were a bother to him. He actively and intentionally listens to you and engages in the conversation."