Richard B. Johnson
Welcome to the third installment of our series on the core values that form the foundation of Ascent Employment Law!
Today, I will be focusing on Professionalism and, specifically, what it means when we promise to provide professional service and representation.
Some people define a “professional” as someone whose work requires a great amount of education or training to do. However, we feel that anyone can act professionally no matter what their job or title. To us, professionalism is a way of being and not a status or position.
At Ascent, being professional means:
· acting in a transparent and ethical way;
· living up to expectations;
· being reliable;
· following through on the commitments we make;
· being candid and clear in our advice; and
· never letting our personal emotions or personal views cloud our advocacy for our clients.
Professionalism is a cornerstone of who were are at Ascent. It is not optional; it is a promise.
Join us next time to learn how we enshrine honesty in our lives and practice.
Contact us so we can be of service!