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What's your ideal company to work for?
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Tell the hiring manager what type of company culture you are looking for. Include your goals for advancement, environment, size of company and variety of opportunities.
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"My ideal company to work for is a medium sized company that offers a strong growth plan for dedicated employees. Ideally, I am seeking an organization that values their community and gives back. A positive culture is very important to me."

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User-Submitted Answers

What's your ideal company to work for?
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Fast Paced, Detail Oriented.
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A company that is able to provide.
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Company with a good reputation as employer and well respected in the community.
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I want to contribute to the profitability of company that is an industry leader.
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My ideal company to work for would be one that is fast growing, fast paced and where there is room for learning and advancement.
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I would like to work at a company where everyone communicates all files.
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Small to Mid Size 10-500.
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Which am working I be-leave is good company.
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Commitment to Employees and Customers According to Finklestein, company culture is an important characteristic of a successful business. By company culture, Finklestein means a business' working environment, and he suggests successful businesses have an environment composed of workers who are suited to the jobs they do and policies designed to motivate them to continue working well. However, Champy also notes that successful businesses also have to take care of their customers, not only offering excellent customer service but also understanding their customers so well that they can anticipate and fulfill customers' needs. Attitude and Ethics To make their businesses successful, business owners need good attitudes. Without good attitudes, it is difficult to motivate people and far easier to anger them. According to Finklestein, a successful business often depends on the people you work with, and having a good attitude plays an important role in ensuring you are able to work well with others. In addition to staying positive, successful business owners also need to stay ethical. While it is easy to make unethical short-term decisions, they can hurt the integrity of the company in the long run, making it less successful. Training and Assessment To be successful, businesses need to commit resources and time to training their employees, as well any independent contractors with whom they work. According to Finklestein, the changing nature of business requires training that is not only continual but strongly rooted in the organization's business plan. For this to occur, companies must also implement frequent assessments of their trainings and operations. If an assessment uncovers a weak area, businesses need to address it through revising their methods.
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The goal of the company is to help their clients financially.
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One where all team members work together for the good of the customer which ultimately works for the good of the company.
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A company that treats it's employees fairly and with dignity.
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Incomplete information is the biggest task. Customer is not available and takes time to provide the information. Application rejection and follow up questions.
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A company that truly care about their employees.
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A company who can give you the opportunity to grow providing constant training on any new changes within company and market in general.
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The ideal company to work for is a company that invest in the employees goals and futures.
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An organization that invests in their employees, gives them opportunity to grow. Nothing is better than promoting from within.
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Company that has potential growth, friendly working environment, good.
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A company with great teamwork as well as excellent customer service, great management, a competitive salary and opportunities for advancement.
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My ideal company would offer great benefit monthly bonus an offer growth with great raises.
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A company that values their employees.
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LMCU, non-profit, good advancement and challenges.
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A company with growth and opportunity to teach and learn from individuals.
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My ideal company is a company that values their employees, have an infrastructure, fair wages for 2016, team players, management that listen to the vibe of the office, and have growth opportunities.
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Any company that has good balance sheet.
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Stable & ethical company.
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A company that promotes within and believes in the true value of family.
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Growth potential and high motivation for employees is valued.
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Company that is innovative and exciting; one that utilizes my skill set effectively. A company that rewards its employees for hard work.
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A company that values my as a human being and not just a robot who will complete tasks. Who values and appreciates its associates.
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A niche mortgage company one that who's only operations are mortgage and even so, a company that has a focus on only certain types of loans to better serve clientele.
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I look for a company with a strong community presence that strives to to treat all customers fairly.
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A company that not only see the success in business, but also the value in their employees.
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A company who has potential.
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Reliable company, old, a lot of experience.
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Where there is training and room for advancement to build a foundation for a career, not just a job.
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Strong in customer service and a friendly environment.
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One that has growth and development with values and sincerity behind it.
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Company that stands behide their emoplyees respects us and understands me.
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Colleges that have knowlage and trainning.
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A company that realizes with actions, not just words that it's people are it's greatest resource and training, feedback, opportunity and recognition are all things that show you value them.
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I envision myself working for the best company. One that puts their customers and team members first and creating a positive work environment.
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One that values and supports their employees and promotes from within.
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A challenging, reputable company with a lot of growth opportunities.
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A company which trains you for what is required to do.
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A company that is fair, and cares for their employees.
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Those which have parallel values such as the company I am applying.
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Company always growing based on values that I share.
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Stability and a chance to grow in the industry.
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A company that knows how to recognize my skills and treat me with respect.
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A company that allows growth and recognizes good employees.
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An organization there I can get change explore my carrier and get chance to move for next level.
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Why I feel qualified to be a indirect lending processor.
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An industry leader where I can bring my current skills.
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A company to that provides me enough information and knowledge to do my job the best I can.
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A company that invests in their employees. Wether its their work life balance or education.