When I go to work, I love to know that I’m not just making a profit, we’re also making life better for the people in my community. This helps both our clients and our employees and independent contractors, because it gives meaning other than profit to the work we do for them. It does as it says it in the title; build partnerships that make working worthwhile for us.
Our company partners with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which conducts research to help veterans around the country tackle challenges like getting the right post-traumatic stress disorder treatment or recovering after surgery. Although we don’t talk about our partnership often, providing assistance to veterans gives more meaning to the work we do and gets the amazing researchers at the VA the support they need.
Our academic transcription services personnel enjoys working with our Veterans Affairs researchers because they also feel good about doing it to help those that help us maintain our freedoms. The research conducted at the various Veterans Affairs hospitals around the US is vitally important in order to keep our soldiers and their families happy and healthy. These are the men and women that volunteer to keep the United States safe, and if we can help them in any way it is an honor and a privilege.
If you’re passionate about making a difference in your community, read on to see how you can leverage your business growth into community involvement and how to build partnerships with those whom you want to help.
Read the full article here [Build Partnerships That Make Working Worthwhile].